Jim McInally, the Peterhead manager, has had an initial four-match suspension reduced to just two matches following an appeal.
Billy Brown takes greater care in interviews these days.
IF any of this Peterhead side are still not aware of what sort of occasion they are in for tomorrow then they will be by 4.45pm today.
A BLANK scoreline on a bleak evening in Methil does not smack of much in terms of entertainment value but this was an enjoyable encounter, which bodes well for the return leg in Peterhead on Sunday.
BILLY BROWN has already made it clear what he thinks about the merits of his East Fife squad.
THE record books for Queen's Park prior to last night's second division play-off semi-final, first leg did not offer much in the way of confidence.
IF Ally McCoist's fears about his budget being slashed as a result of the departure of chief executive Charles Green are right, then he may well be a worried man.
CHARLES Green may not have been at Ibrox yesterday, but his presence hung over this team like a ghostly shroud.
Rangers embarked on the long journey south with bruises and a sense of frustration, but also a renewed air of conviction.
ANALYSIS Rangers' win proves to be all in the training ground preparation
IT was Remembrance Day at Ibrox, but this one won't live especially long in the memory.
Early in the second half at Balmoor, the Peterhead midfielder Dean Cowie left Andrew Little in a crumpled heap.
PETERHEAD is the archetypal north-east fishing village and its football team so nearly reeled in a big one.
It was over a little over a year ago as manager of East Stirlingshire that Jim McInally's love affair with football was reignited.