Former Caley Thistle defender Ross Tokely feels sustaining a lengthy winning run holds the key to the Highlanders' Championship title hopes this season.
Caley Thistle legend Ross Tokely believes his old club can capitalise on huge pressures weighing on the Tayside clubs in next season’s Championship.
Brora Rangers are keen to make a swift appointment after manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro stepped down last night.
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro have stepped down with immediate effect.
It’s been unforgettable: Manager Tokely praises fans as Scottish Cup run to cherish ends in Ayrshire
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely insists the Cattachs will cherish the memories of their excellent Scottish Cup run following their 4-0 fifth round defeat at Kilmarnock on Saturday.
Brora Rangers chairman William Powrie is intent on helping Cattachs manager Ross Tokely progress to a higher level.
Brora Rangers facing Kilmarnock in the Scottish Cup fifth round has had the same galvanising impact on the Sutherland village as two Highland League titles.
Dave Edwards spoke to Buckie manager Graeme Stewart, Brora boss Ross Tokely and Brora keeper Joe Malin after this weekend’s Big Game. Watch the interviews here:
Former Caley Thistle defender Ross Tokely reckons Paul Sheerin is the man to head the Highlanders' return to the Premiership.
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely was disappointed by the level of performance from his players in the North of Scotland Cup win against Nairn County.
Former Caley Thistle defender Ross Tokely reckons Inverness manager Richie Foran would have benefited from appointing Maurice Malpas to his coaching staff earlier in the season.
Honours were even at Harlaw Park and there could be few complaints on a day when both managers were in charge of their new clubs for the first time.
Brora Rangers will start as favourites to get the better of a weakened Forres Mechanics outfit at Dudgeon Park on Saturday and reach the final of Menzies Distribution North of Scotland Cup.
Brora Rangers manager Davie Kirkwood insists his defenders must step up to the mark in the absence of veteran centre half Ross Tokely.