Cove Rangers have appointed former Dundee, Falkirk and Alloa boss Paul Hartley as their new manager.
John Sheran reckons Cove Rangers have got their business done early as they prepare for life in League 2.
Cove Rangers celebrated a double success at the Highland League’s awards ceremony – for the second year in a row.
Helping out at Cove Rangers has given Paul Hartley the coaching bug again.
John Sheran insists family will come first as he ponders whether to remain in the dugout at Cove Rangers next season.
Earning place in League 2 is reward for 20 years of ambition for Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse
Starting out at Cove Rangers two decades ago Keith Moorhouse felt he had to be ambitious, despite those who might have questioned him.
John Sheran will not be rushed into making any decisions on his future as Cove Rangers co-manager.
Cove Rangers co-manager John Sheran has thanked medical staff for giving him a second chance in his first interview since suffering a heart attack.
Cove co-manager Graeme Mathieson so glad John Sheran could be at their crucial playoff game after suffering a heart attack last month
Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson was delighted John Sheran was able to attend Saturday’s 4-0 SPFL pyramid play-off first leg victory against Berwick Rangers.
Cove Rangers assistant Graeme Mathieson urges boss John Sheran not to be tempted into attending East Kilbride clash
Graeme Mathieson was delighted to see his Cove Rangers co-manager John Sheran at training on Wednesday but has urged the former Montrose and Peterhead boss not to be tempted to take in this afternoon’s crunch pyramid play-off second leg against East Kilbride at Balmoral Stadium.
John Sheran playing his part to help Cove Rangers – despite missing pyramid play-off tie with East Kilbride
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran is playing his part to help his side make a winning start to the SPFL pyramid play-offs, despite being unable to travel to East Kilbride.
John Sheran, manager of Highland League champions Cove Rangers, has suffered a heart attack.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran pays no heed to unbeaten run as Fraserburgh’s Marc Dickson seeks to end champions’ winning streak
John Sheran insists he pays no attention to extending Cove Rangers’ winning run as Fraserburgh lie in wait for the Highland League leaders.
Cove Rangers will need all their battling qualities when they venture into the lion’s den at Auchinleck Talbot’s Beechwood Park in the Scottish Cup second round replay this afternoon.
John Sheran is short on numbers for this weekend’s double-header against Caley Thistle and Aberdeen.
Highland League champions Cove Rangers have been fined £500 for their part in the ugly scenes which marred the second leg of the Pyramid Play-off final loss to Cowdenbeath last month.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran insists his players are ready for their date with destiny as the Highland League cham-pions bid to win promotion to the SPFL by beating Cowdenbeath at Central Park in Fife today.
Cove Rangers advanced to the Breedon Highland League Cup semi-finals with what was in the end a comfortable victory against hard-working Forres Mechanics.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran praised his players for a plucky display after their Scottish Cup run was halted by Championship side Falkirk.
Bring on Formartine United was the message from Cove Rangers manager John Sheran after his side’s comfortable Highland League victory against Turriff United on Saturday.
P&J Dave Edwards finds out what Formartine’s Ewen MacDonald and Paul Lawson and Cove boss John Sheran had to say after this weekend’s Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup.
Cove Rangers hit Lossiemouth for six with former East Fife forward Paul McManus helping himself to a hat-trick, his first in Highland League football.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards speaks to man of the match Jason Brown, Cove boss John Sheran and Kris Hunter, manager of Formartine United, after this weekend’s Breedon Highland League Cup final.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran felt his side had done enough to take all three points against Turriff on Saturday.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Strathspey’s assistant manager Rab Simpson and keeper Mike MacCallum, and Cove’s manger John Sheran following the weekend’s Big Game.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards speaks to Cove’s John Sheran and Formartine’s Kris Hunter after this weekend’s Big Game.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran had no complaints about the result but felt his side was unlucky not to take all three points at Formartine.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran was insistent Blair Yule's second-half effort crossed the line after hitting both uprights.
Cove manager John Sheran wants the title won with a victory against Clachnacuddin in Inverness tonight.
Cove Rangers open their Scottish Cup campaign with preliminary round trip to North Caledonian League side Golspie Sutherland this afternoon.