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About KierenAAFC

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  1. There's no doubt I'd rather start Martin but I've seen glimpses of Cook, not much but a few. Kris Renton on the other hand I've seen nothing. If I was to drop one it'd be Renton but if we could drop both then happy days
  2. Not confident at all to be honest. Martin & Fleming in for Cook & Renton hopefully. The way Goodwin was talking, Martin could be benched again. Cook isn't awful though, Renton on the other hand...
  3. When I was predicting who would be released & retained in the summer, I had him down to go. He should be a 1st choice somewhere. He's a decent keeper just not Parrys standard. All the best to him & with Andy Wilson there I'm not too worried!
  4. Tough viewing today but a first win and clean sheet are very welcome. Do not know what Goodwin sees in Renton, pretty hopeless today. That's why I was asking if Fleming was back as he's is not brilliant but definitely an improvement. Still need another addition there. Adam Martin deservedly man of the match. Alan Cook quite easily shoved off the ball with little end product so I wouldn't be surprised to see that switch next week. Not much of a game today and wouldn't say any team deserved to win but I'm not complaining!
  5. Fleming back for this one?
  6. Hoping for another European tour.
  7. Isaac isn't worth the effort, he's given zero back so far in his career. He won't get you goals in that division either.
  8. Who's got the captain armband this year, Sean Burns?
  9. It was a sickener yesterday but still plenty positives. Cawley was superb, a fantastic player on his day and Raith struggled to handle him at points. Taggs was getting so much space in the first half we should have probably capitalised more than we did. Also, credit to Callum Crane who slotted in the team fine and played well. Only met the players an hour and a half before kick off. Even though our strikers still haven't hit the mark, it improved yesterday. We still need another option up there but Malcolm being back made a big difference and I thought he did well. Even his replacement, Renton, looked decent when he came on. Expected more from Fleming at this stage though. Bitterly disappointing but if we play like that next week we should win. Maybe not all doom & gloom!
  10. Another ex loanee of yours, Callum Crane, has signed up with us till new year. Any good?
  11. Agree, Hibs fans seem to rate him too. Be interesting to see what Berwick fans think. Another signing up front would be too, expect another loan I'd imagine.
  12. Any news on a attacking addition for us going into this? [emoji1317]
  13. Iain Flannigan will probably be our stand-out. None of the new signings have really hit the ground running but Meggatt should be up there once settled back too. Top scorer - who knows! Wouldn't put it past wee Kev Cawley again with the way the strikers are playing.
  14. Hope Father Barry is right about this signing & it goes through because it is essential. Obviously when Malcolm comes back we'll improve in that area but a striker with a turn of pace would go a long way.
  15. Hi Kieren,

    I contribute to the Rovers prog from time to time so here are some pen notes if your interested.

    Aaron Lennox, Young Aussi keeper 1st choice in the absence of injured Kev Cuthbert. In his 2nd stint at Raith after a loan spell from Aberdeen was cut short due to injuries in friendly against Dundee Utd in Feb.

    Rory Brian an even younger Aussi keeper of whom Raith have high hopes for the future.

    Jason Thomson, Ex-Hearts but long serving stalwart of the Raith defence.

    Ross Callachan, Club Cap'n is a bustling attacking midfielder. He broke through from the youth Dev side, missed the end of last season through a wrist injury picked up at Falkirk.

    Ewan Murray, No nonsence defender currently employed at LB, Ex M'well youth has played more recently at Southend Utd.

    Kyle Benedictus, Ex Wasp loanee In his 3rd season at Raith, passionate and committed is well liked by Raith fans.

    Greig Spence, Ex-wasp in his 2nd spell at Raith. (1 goal against Buckie)

    Scott Robertson, Ex Hibs and both Dundee sides, missed almost  all of last season to injury.

    Buchanan, Ex wasp and knows the route to goal.  3 Goals in LC this season.

    Lewis Vaughan, Youth product Lewis missed most of season 2015/17 with a cruiciate injury, failed to regain his place lkast season and was loaned to Dumbarton where his 5 goals helped Sons escape the drop but only at Raiths expense. 4 Goals in the LC this season

    Bobby Barr. Ex Morton winger in his 2nd season at Raith. He'll be hoping for a better time of it than last season.

    Ross Matthews. Another talented Raith youngster, he's a robust midfielder who spectacularly found the net already in this seasons league cup at Buckie.

    Iain Davidson. Kirkcaldy born lad in his 2nd spell at Raith, Can play across the back 4 or in midfield. Ex Sunderland as a youngster and re-joined Raith after a spell at Dundee.

    Dave MacKay. Another from the youth ranks. Was Cap'n of the development side last term and usually plays at centre or Left back.

    Jonny Court. Tall youngster who broke through from the dev side at the end of last season, can give defenders problems with his physique.

    Yaw Osei. Yaw arrived at Starks Park last season from Reading Youth Academy. Spent all of  last term in the Dev' side but has made a few appearances in this years BetFred cup.

    Andreas Thorson. Another youth signed at the start last season as a free agent after a spell in Hong Kong.

    James Berry. Kirkcaldy born James is a efficient and effective midfielder. The 18 year old has been at Starks Park since he was 10.



    Johnston Scott.