Team Pd GD Pt
1 Raith Rovers 24 15 46
2 Falkirk 24 33 45
3 Airdrieonians 25 9 42
4 East Fife 25 6 39
5 Montrose 23 7 38
6 Dumbarton 24 -11 29
7 Peterhead 24 -9 25
8 Clyde 23 -10 25
9 Forfar 24 -17 23
10 Stranraer 24 -23 16
Updated: 18th Feb

Steven MacLean

Thursday January 30th 2020

Raith Rovers are delighted to announce that Hearts striker Steven MacLean has signed for the club today on loan until the end of the 2019-20 season.

Steven (37) came through the ranks at Rangers and has played for 11 senior clubs in his career, including Sheffield Wednesday, Cardiff City, Aberdeen and a five and a half year stint at St Johnstone.

He has averaged a goalscoring rate of 1 goal in every 3.6 games throughout his club career, and was also honoured with 4 under 21 Scotland international caps in 2002.

Speaking of his latest acquisition, Rover manager John McGlynn said: “I’m absolutely delighted to sign Steven, who brings vast experience and knowledge to our club and our challenge to get to the Ladbrokes SPFL Championship.

He is a SPFL Premiership player and we have fought off many other clubs from leagues above to get him. He is enthusiastic about the challenge and is very much up for it – his experience will help our young players both on and off the park in the run – in to the end of the season.

Everyone I have spoken to about Steven has mentioned he is a top professional; his intelligence as a striker will get him in good positions to create goal scoring opportunities both for himself and others and I’m sure he will fit in to our style of play.”

Welcome to the Rovers Stevie!

Rovers take on Kirkcaldy Union in the semi-final of the Kirkcaldy Junior Cup. Union were the lessees of Stark's Park at that time. The emotion of the fixture spilled over into the crowd and a pitched battle between rival fans ensued. Officials failed to clear the pitch of battling fans and so Councillor Stark took matters into his own hands and released a young bull from the byre at the North End of the ground and order was restored.
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