Formartine United manager Kris Hunter is ready to undertake a summer transfer revolution at North Lodge Park as he sets his sights on 11 new signings for the Highland League club.
That’s our season done and dusted – no joy in the cups and fifth or sixth – depending on how Broch do in their last game – in the league.
The last three games I’ve seen have been marred, I think, by over- officious refereeing decisions which saw players (only one of them ours) harshly red carded.
The only show in town for us is the arrival of Kris Hunter, our new manager.
Fraserburgh manager Kris Hunter has agreed to take charge of Highland League rivals Formartine United.
Highland League Formartine United have been warned they will have to dig deep if they want to prise manager Kris Hunter away from rivals Fraserburgh.
Impossible for this piece to be about anything other than the departure of Steve Paterson from North Lodge.
Formartine United are stepping up their efforts to appoint a new manager following the departure of Steve Paterson at the weekend.
The death of Dave Mackay early last week set me thinking about whether there were any of his ilk around in the present day game and I couldn’t think of any who measured up to him for his sheer invincible refusal to know or acknowledge when he was beaten.
Formartine United were made to fight all the way by Strathspey Thistle in Saturday's Highland League match at North Lodge Park.
Formartine United forward Marek Madle hopes lightning can strike twice today when his side hosts Cove Rangers in the quarter-finals of the Breedon Aggregates League Cup.
I never used to believe in bogey men, ghosts or anything to do with fates or the spirit world –far too much of a rationalist for that sort of thing – or so I thought.
Formartine United will aiming to avenge their 2-0 home defeat by Forres Mechanics when the Pitmedden men head for Mosset Park on Highland League business today.
Saturday’s win against Cove must have dunted a few expectations and blown a few hopes of taking something home from the bookies into the bargain but what it showed above all else is just how competitive SHFL football is.
You can’t really say that this winter has so far been much better or worse than usual but already the SHFL fixture list is beginning to look more than a wee bit congested.
Another Highland League match has been called off because of the bad weather.
Formartine United will look to halt in-form Fort William in their tracks at North Lodge Park today.
If the French say a meal without wine is like a day without sunshine , how would they describe three weeks without football?
There was a rather limited Highland League card today, with only three matches getting the better of the winter weather.
Somebody once said that a camel was a horse designed by a committee and not that long ago SHFL had a rule preventing teams based more than 110 miles apart playing midweek evening league games.
The elephant that has been in the room for Formartine recently is “was it right to bin Craig McKeown?”
A goal from Czech forward Marek Madle midway through the second half sealed the points for Formartine when the game looked to be heading for a draw.
“A dirl o’ the teetache’s nae particularly sweet*”: neither is a Saturday with no football.
The Highland League's bottom team Strathspey Thistle visit Formartine's North Lodge Park today, but host manager Steve Paterson is taking nothing for granted.
No dispute , Formartine are going through as rough a patch as they have for three years or more.
Formartine United manager Steve Paterson faces a race against time to sign a goalkeeper before tomorrow's Highland League match against Rothes.
Cove stormed into the second round of the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield with a stunning 5-2 win against Formartine United at Allan Park last night.
Formartine’s title campaign which faltered a few weeks back against Wick now seems to be forlorn and fading as fast as stonewashed denim.
Inverurie Locos forward Martin Bavidge is confident his side can push Brora Rangers all the way for this season's Highland League title.
Formartine United have placed 28-year-old centre-forward Michael Ewen on the transfer-list at the player’s own request. The former Dufftown, Deveronvale, Rothes and Huntly player has scored 48 goals in his two seasons at North Lodge Park.
Cove Rangers yesterday signed out-of-contract Formartine United forward Daniel Park on a three-year deal.
Formartine United have signed 26-year-old Brechin City central defender and captain Graham Hay on a two-year contract.