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23 Mar 2019 - 15:00Stair Park, Stranraer

Countdown…..

Countdown…..

Not to the end of the season, but to the Channel 4 iconic TV Show!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Colin Beattie the very best of luck as he travels down to Manchester to take part in the hit TV show!

All the very best to our very own Victor, we mean Colin!

Bring that Teapot home!!!

Arbroath vs East Fife – Match Highlights

Arbroath vs East Fife – Match Highlights –  https://eftv.info/highlights/

Highlights

Liam and the team at East Fife FC TV have very kindly shared the highlights from Saturday’s match.

We don’t have any updates to share regarding Neil at the moment but he is at the forefront of our thoughts.

Thank you again to Liam and East Fife TV for the highlights.

Arbroath FC and Box Soccer Training Angus

Arbroath FC and Box Soccer Training Angus

Arbroath FC are delighted to announce that Box Soccer Training – Angus are to sponsor our ball boys jackets.

The new warm winter jackets with the Box Soccer Logo were debuted yesterday and the boys posed for a photograph before kick off with matchday experience co-ordinator, Yvonne Milliken

Box Soccer Training offers a unique opportunity to deliver world-class soccer programmes through expert training. Box Soccer was developed by Ian Cathro in the late 2000s while a Youth Team coach at Dundee Utd.

Box Soccer regularly take part in our Youth Match Experience at Gayfield and have also ran successful soccer camps at Gayfield.

Many thanks again to Jamie and Box Soccer Training Angus.

www.boxsoccertraining.co.uk

C’mon the Lichties

Lichties in the British Virgin Islands

We got this brilliant photograph all the way from the British Virgin Islands of young supporter Ben Warrington proudly wearing his Arbroath kit!
 
We could certainly do with some of that sunshine and it looks like Ben’s football pitch is closer to the ocean than we are to the sea!
 
Thanks for your support Ben and also thanks to Karen Slater for the photograph.
 
C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 2 – 1 East Fife – Summary

Arbroath got back to winning ways today at Gayfield with a 2-1 win over play-off chasing East Fife.

It was another weekend of horrendous weather with many games falling victim to the weather but the Gayfield pitch held up and coped well with the heavy mixture of rain and sleet.

Arbroath attacked the Harbour end in the first half playing against the wind and survived some early East Fife pressure as the visitors won 3 successive corner kicks.

Former Lichtie Craig Watson was replaced in the 25th minute by Broque Watson after picking up what looked like a serious knee injury after a foul on Bobby Linn.

Micheal McKenna returned to the side after he served a one-match suspension and he opened the scoring in the 27th minute when he flicked a glancing header into the far corner from a Bobby Linn cross, however just 60 seconds later and East Fife were level after Anton Dowds fired in from close range as East Fife hit back straight away.

David Gold almost gave the Lichties the lead but his shot was just wide in the 34th minute.

Arbroath made the perfect start to the second half when Bobby Linn latched onto a Jason Thomson cross and fired a low shot past Brett Long to give Arbroath the lead in the 50th minute.

Arbroath pushed for another goal with Jason Thomson and Michael McKenna playing starring roles as Arbroath started to dominate.

In the final 10 minutes East Fife rallied and substitute Kevin Smith fired wide in the 87th minute.

Another good win for the Lichties with a 13 point gap now at the top of League One with only 21 points left to play for.

C’mon the Lichties

Arbroath

1 – Darren Jamieson
2 – Jason Thomson
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Ricky Little
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – David Gold (Kader 67)
8 – Michael McKenna
9 – Luke Donnelly (Spence 70)
10 – Gavin Swankie (Wallace 80)
11 – Bobby Linn

Substitutes

12 – Greig Spence – 9; 70th
14 – Omar Kader – 7; 67th
15 – Ryan McCord
16 – Steven Doris
17 – Ryan Wallace – 10; 80th
18 – Danny Denholm
21 – Darren Hill (GK)

Goals – McKenna 27, Linn 50

East Fife

1 – Brett Long
6 – Craig Watson (c) (B. Watson 25)
5 – Ross Dunlop
12 – Chris Higgins
8 – Pat Slattery
2 – Aaron Dunsmore
16 – Ross Davidson
11 – Scott Agnew (Bell 80)
14 – Liam Watt
15 – Anton Dowds
9 – Jonathan Court (K. Smith 72)

Substitutes

4 – Chris Kane
3 – Mark Docherty
7 – Broque Watson – 6; 25th
10 – Kevin Smith – 9; 72nd
18 – Scott Linton
20 – Kyle Bell – 11; 80th
21 – Daniel Terry (GK)

Goal – Dowds 28

Yellow Cards – Dunsmore 69, Davidson 85, Bell 89

Attendance – 729

Referee – Gavin Duncan
Assistant Referee 1 – John McCrossan
Assistant Referee 2 – Paul Timmons

Arbroath 2 – 1 East Fife – Post Match Interviews

Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell spoke to the media after watching his side claim a vital 3 points.

East Fife Manager Darren Young spoke to the media after the full time whistle today. Whilst happy with his side’s performance he was disappointed at some of the decisions by the referee.

Craig Watson

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to send their best wishes to for former Lichtie Craig Watson who was forced off early in the first half today with what looks like a serious knee injury.

We are absolutely shocked and saddened to hear that one or two individuals of our own support in the main stand were disrespectful to Craig and the East Fife staff as he received treatment.

Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird said;

“I am really upset and angry to hear that Craig Watson suffered disrespect and abuse by certain individuals in the main stand.

We are a community club and whilst there is a competitive nature in football, the health and well being of all players on that pitch is fundamental.

Craig is a great lad, a good friend of the club and was outstanding for us at his time at Gayfield.

We send our thoughts to Craig and wish him a speedy recovery.”

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Michael McKenna - SPFL Team of the Week

Congratulations to our midfielder Michael McKenna who made the SPFL team of the week with his performance on Saturday.

Michael returned and opened the scoring and put in another tremendous performance pushing forward at every chance and also getting back to break up play and defend.

Congratulations Mikey!

FC - Michael McKenna (Arbroath)

McKenna returned to the Arbroath starting XI and Dick Campbell's side got back to winning ways at the top of League 1. The forward scored in the 2-1 home win over fellow promotion chasers East Fife.
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⭐ Congratulations to Queen's Park Football Club attacker David Galt who has been named as star man in the #SPFL Team of the Week after scoring a hat-trick in the Spiders' 4-1 win over Elgin on Satur...

Michael McKenna - SPFL Team of the Week

Congratulations to our midfielder Michael McKenna who made the SPFL team of the week with his performance on Saturday.

Michael returned and opened the scoring and put in another tremendous performance pushing forward at every chance and also getting back to break up play and defend.

Congratulations Mikey!

FC - Michael McKenna (Arbroath)

McKenna returned to the Arbroath starting XI and Dick Campbells side got back to winning ways at the top of League 1. The forward scored in the 2-1 home win over fellow promotion chasers East Fife.

Well done Michael x

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Well deserved Michael 👍😀

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Well deserved we’re a better team when Michael plays!

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Thoroughly deserved 👍

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Countdown.....

Not to the end of the season, but to the Channel 4 iconic TV Show!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Colin Beattie the very best of luck as he travels down to Manchester to take part in the hit TV show!

All the very best *Victor, we mean Colin!
*(edit - We received a phone call from Jack aka Colin's partner in crime, saying that Victor is the tall one, and Jack is the sophisticated good looking one 🤣)

Bring that Teapot home!!!
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Countdown.....

Not to the end of the season, but to the Channel 4 iconic TV Show!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Colin Beattie the very best of luck as he travels down to Manchester to take part in the hit TV show!

All the very best *Victor, we mean Colin!
*(edit - We received a phone call from Jack aka Colins partner in crime, saying that Victor is the tall one, and Jack is the sophisticated good looking one 🤣)

Bring that Teapot home!!!

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I am sure he will smash it 🍀👍🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇱🇻

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What day will it be on.

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Good luck Colin Beattie

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All the best Colin

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All the best Colin

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When’s it on tv Colin Beattie ?

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Good luck Colin 🤞

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Good luck ☘x

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All the best 👍🏻

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Good luck Colin 💪🏻

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Good 🍀 luck

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Good luck Colin x

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Smash it Colin x

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Get in there, good luck big Col 👍

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All the best!

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Good luck x

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Remember sphincter fella!!!!!

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A the best mate

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Superb Colin Beattie that’s awesome bro 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 all the best mate I am sure you will smash it, gies a shout when you know it’s on the tv, you going to plug the super smokies live on air? just randomly shouting out players names 😂😂😂

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Good luck Colin! Get a few Selfies with Rachel 😉

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All the best Colin!

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Good luck Colin x

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Good luck lad, use a o your best English that ye kin to be understood? He, you can do it.

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Get a wee selfie with Rachel Riley, invite her up to Gayfield.......

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Good luck Colin remember 2 big 4 small innit!!

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Countdown…..

Countdown…..

Not to the end of the season, but to the Channel 4 iconic TV Show!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Colin Beattie the very best of luck as he travels down to Manchester to take part in the hit TV show!

All the very best to our very own Victor, we mean Colin!

Bring that Teapot home!!!

Arbroath vs East Fife – Match Highlights

Arbroath vs East Fife – Match Highlights –  https://eftv.info/highlights/

Highlights

Liam and the team at East Fife FC TV have very kindly shared the highlights from Saturday’s match.

We don’t have any updates to share regarding Neil at the moment but he is at the forefront of our thoughts.

Thank you again to Liam and East Fife TV for the highlights.

Arbroath FC and Box Soccer Training Angus

Arbroath FC and Box Soccer Training Angus

Arbroath FC are delighted to announce that Box Soccer Training – Angus are to sponsor our ball boys jackets.

The new warm winter jackets with the Box Soccer Logo were debuted yesterday and the boys posed for a photograph before kick off with matchday experience co-ordinator, Yvonne Milliken

Box Soccer Training offers a unique opportunity to deliver world-class soccer programmes through expert training. Box Soccer was developed by Ian Cathro in the late 2000s while a Youth Team coach at Dundee Utd.

Box Soccer regularly take part in our Youth Match Experience at Gayfield and have also ran successful soccer camps at Gayfield.

Many thanks again to Jamie and Box Soccer Training Angus.

www.boxsoccertraining.co.uk

C’mon the Lichties

Lichties in the British Virgin Islands

We got this brilliant photograph all the way from the British Virgin Islands of young supporter Ben Warrington proudly wearing his Arbroath kit!
 
We could certainly do with some of that sunshine and it looks like Ben’s football pitch is closer to the ocean than we are to the sea!
 
Thanks for your support Ben and also thanks to Karen Slater for the photograph.
 
C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 2 – 1 East Fife – Summary

Arbroath got back to winning ways today at Gayfield with a 2-1 win over play-off chasing East Fife.

It was another weekend of horrendous weather with many games falling victim to the weather but the Gayfield pitch held up and coped well with the heavy mixture of rain and sleet.

Arbroath attacked the Harbour end in the first half playing against the wind and survived some early East Fife pressure as the visitors won 3 successive corner kicks.

Former Lichtie Craig Watson was replaced in the 25th minute by Broque Watson after picking up what looked like a serious knee injury after a foul on Bobby Linn.

Micheal McKenna returned to the side after he served a one-match suspension and he opened the scoring in the 27th minute when he flicked a glancing header into the far corner from a Bobby Linn cross, however just 60 seconds later and East Fife were level after Anton Dowds fired in from close range as East Fife hit back straight away.

David Gold almost gave the Lichties the lead but his shot was just wide in the 34th minute.

Arbroath made the perfect start to the second half when Bobby Linn latched onto a Jason Thomson cross and fired a low shot past Brett Long to give Arbroath the lead in the 50th minute.

Arbroath pushed for another goal with Jason Thomson and Michael McKenna playing starring roles as Arbroath started to dominate.

In the final 10 minutes East Fife rallied and substitute Kevin Smith fired wide in the 87th minute.

Another good win for the Lichties with a 13 point gap now at the top of League One with only 21 points left to play for.

C’mon the Lichties

Arbroath

1 – Darren Jamieson
2 – Jason Thomson
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Ricky Little
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – David Gold (Kader 67)
8 – Michael McKenna
9 – Luke Donnelly (Spence 70)
10 – Gavin Swankie (Wallace 80)
11 – Bobby Linn

Substitutes

12 – Greig Spence – 9; 70th
14 – Omar Kader – 7; 67th
15 – Ryan McCord
16 – Steven Doris
17 – Ryan Wallace – 10; 80th
18 – Danny Denholm
21 – Darren Hill (GK)

Goals – McKenna 27, Linn 50

East Fife

1 – Brett Long
6 – Craig Watson (c) (B. Watson 25)
5 – Ross Dunlop
12 – Chris Higgins
8 – Pat Slattery
2 – Aaron Dunsmore
16 – Ross Davidson
11 – Scott Agnew (Bell 80)
14 – Liam Watt
15 – Anton Dowds
9 – Jonathan Court (K. Smith 72)

Substitutes

4 – Chris Kane
3 – Mark Docherty
7 – Broque Watson – 6; 25th
10 – Kevin Smith – 9; 72nd
18 – Scott Linton
20 – Kyle Bell – 11; 80th
21 – Daniel Terry (GK)

Goal – Dowds 28

Yellow Cards – Dunsmore 69, Davidson 85, Bell 89

Attendance – 729

Referee – Gavin Duncan
Assistant Referee 1 – John McCrossan
Assistant Referee 2 – Paul Timmons

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com or visit https://arbroath.footballkit.co.uk

 

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