Peterhead manager Jim McInally will name his strongest possible side to take on amateurs Colville Park in today’s Scottish Cup tussle.
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Peterhead defender Jason Brown believes the Blue Toon have nothing to fear when they take on his former side Caley Thistle this afternoon.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally wants his players to continue to share the collective burden of getting the Blue Toon goals this season.
No hard feelings from Peterhead manager after missing out on former Dundee United captain Sean Dillon
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is unsurprised by the impact Sean Dillon has made at Montrose.
Jim McInally has made no secret of his feelings about the revamped IRN-BRU Cup but the Peterhead manager was pleased to land what he called a “proper” cup tie in yesterday’s second-round draw.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says it is imperative his side turns Balmoor into a fortress if they are to clinch promotion from League 2.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes his players will get the respect they are due after they claimed a Premiership scalp for the second year running in the Betfred Cup.
Peterhead midfielder Jordon Brown has urged his team-mates to remember Dundee as they try for a Betfred Cup upset against Hearts at Balmoor tonight.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes he is only one signing away from completing his squad for the new season after Jason Brown became the latest Balmoor recruit.
Jim McInally has had precious little time to prepare for tonight's play-off with Montrose at Links Park, but the Peterhead manager is confident he knows what to expect from the Gable Endies.
Peterhead midfielder Jamie Stevenson has vowed not to let his club's season end on Saturday.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally will be in charge at Balmoor next season - even if the Blue Toon are relegated on Saturday.
The pressure is mounting at Balmoor as Peterhead fell to a half-hearted 4-1 defeat at champions Livingston meaning the Aberdeenshire side enters the final week of the season one point adrift at the foot of the table.
Peterhead midfielder Nicky Riley admitted the Blue Toon were chasing shadows after dropping to the foot of the League 1 table following the 4-1 thrashing at champions Livingston on Saturday.
They face the champions and the runners-up in their final two games of the season but Peterhead manager Jim McInally insists his players have the easier run-in than relegation rivals Stenhousemuir as they try to stave off the threat of the drop from League 1.
Peterhead defender Ryan Strachan fears relegation from League 1 is a growing threat after bottom of the table Stenhousemuir came out on top in the basement match at Balmoor on Saturday.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally knows his side is in a scrap for survival after Stenhousemuir turned up the heat on the Blue Toon.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes his side will be cheered on by a big crowd at Balmoor in today's crucial League 1 match against Stenhousemuir.
Peterhead goalkeeper Fraser Hobday believes the Blue Toon are ready to banish the threat of automatic relegation to League 2 by defeating Stenhousemuir this afternoon.
Assistant manager Davie Nicholls reckons Peterhead's win at Bayview proves the side is up for the scrap to beat the drop.
Defender Craig Reid helped defeat East Fife and then turned his attention straight to Saturday's match against Stenhousemuir.
Blue Toon captain Simon Ferry is remaining optimistic his hard-working colleagues will pass their survival test after this Hampden reverse edged them closer to relegation.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has told his players they have no time to wallow in the pain of defeat to Queen's Park.
Peterhead goalkeeper Graeme Smith reckons his side must reach the 40-point mark at least to escape the threat of relegation to League 2.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally wants his side to drag Queen's Park into the relegation mire with a victory at Hampden this afternoon.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally tried to take the positives from his team's draw against Airdrie, which left the Blue Toon in the relegation play-off zone.
Peterhead captain Simon Ferry was furious Airdrie's equalising goal was allowed to stand after the teams shared the League 1 honours at Balmoor on Saturday.
Peterhead midfielder Scott Brown believes the Blue Toon are in a three-way contest to avoid the drop.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally remains confident his players can escape relegation to League 2.
Peterhead defender Craig Reid is hoping to use his experience to help the Blue Toon climb the League 1 table and escape a relegation dogfight.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally praised his players' spirit for grinding out a point against Albion Rovers on a difficult playing surface.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has challenged Leighton McIntosh to seize his chance against Brechin City at Balmoor today.