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East Stirlingshire

East Stirlingshire Football Club is a Scottish football club originating in Falkirk. Founded in 1880, originally as Bainsford Britannia, the club changed to their current name a year later in 1881. The club's name is often abbreviated East Stirling, giving the impression the club is based in Stirling, fans therefore refer to the club by its nickname, The Shire.

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On this day (1889): Humphrey Jones became East Stirlingshire's first ever capped player earning his eighth for Wales versus…
There will be an early morning pitch inspection ahead of tomorrows game against East Stirlingshire - we will...
. A few sleet and snow showers in western Perthshire and Stirling…
|boss John Sludden on his latest acquisition.
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Teenager who died in head-on crash in Stirlingshire involving lorry named
It’s a helluva publication this Sunday! Gordon Parks compares his time at East Stirlingshire to the s…
Full time: East Stirlingshire 2-1 Edusport Academy. Fortuitous win for the home side thanks to last minute goal. Th…
Goal. East Stirlingshire 1-1 Edusport Academy. Shire equaliser, scrambled in after the Edusport goalie failed to ga…
Half time: East Stirlingshire 0-0 Edusport Academy. Low key first half. Shire have had a goal chopped off and Edu h…
Lowland League action for me this afternoon. Off to Ochilview for East Stirlingshire v Edusport Academy
📝 TRANSFER NEWS. We are delighted to welcome centre back Jon Tully to Albert Park. Jon is a 31 year old defender jo…
JAMIE FORRESTER is a striker/winger from Rosebank. Previously with Crossgates. East Stirlingshire too. Aged 22.
Look where the greatest club manager of recent times started. East Stirlingshire followed by St Mirren no less.
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Arbroath vs East Stirlingshire - 1974/1975. East Stirlingshire have just released some amazing colour archive...
Annan Athletic boss Jim Chapman warns against complacency as they draw East Stirlingshire -
Saltire Darts will be at the black watch club Dundee for Saturdays counties game vs East Stirlingshire where...
They've updated the article - originally listed East Stirlingshire as a League 2 team.
1 of only 2 bombs dropped on the town. Their last game was against East Stirlingshire, to whom the bad luck was presumably transferred
Whoever wrote the online summary of the Scots FA Cup draw needs to check if East Stirlingshire are still a Scot League club
checking facts, reports that 2 Scot Lge 2 teams go out of SFA Cup at R2 wide of mark, East Stirlingshire not in Lge 2 this season
someone tell the BBC that East Stirlingshire aren't in league 2 🙈
You couldn't make this up. East Stirlingshire are not a league two club
oh dear, do some research east Stirlingshire are a lowland team now 🙈
East Stirlingshire's relegation now means there are actually 42 Grounds in the Scottish Football League
This week's back page featuring reaction to victory over East Stirlingshire
Meanwhile at the same time new rangers will be in their own group of death with the like of Clyde,Queens Park & East Stirlingshire
Sean Higgins nets double as 10-man Clyde hold off bottom club East StirlingClyde maintained their pr...
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record vs East Stirlingshire, 68 games, 38W 14D 16L, goals 159 for 86 against
Todays game is vs East Stirlingshire. Record on 19th Mar, 17 games, 8W 3D 6L, goals 29 for 28 against
Shires Townsley hope for must-win Clyde encounter. East Stirlingshire are hoping that key defender...
East Stirling V Clyde - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live..
Congratulations to S2 football team who have progressed to final of East Stirlingshire Cup,team won last night 4-3 against Braes High School
Well done to the S2 Football team who progress to the final of the East Stirlingshire Cup after a 4-3 win vs
No. Only penalty has been the one awarded at East Stirlingshire - I think!
Match Preview: Berwick Rangers v East Stirlingshire. Beveridge out of contention.
1st game East Stirlingshire v Berwick Rangers was a 1-7 defeat at Sheilfield in a Festival of Britain game on 28/7/1951.
You can tell its not Ramgers anymore. Because if they were they would have got a home draw against East Stirlingshire or Montrose!
East Stirlingshire have drawn the worst crowd of the season on more occasions than any other club in tiers 2, 3, & 4.
Falkirk will play East Fife at home in the first round of the Petrofac Training Cup, while East Stirlingshire will play Stenhousemuir.
Stenhousemuir against East Stirlingshire, good against bad, landlords against tenants, father against son. I, for one, cannot wait.
Billy Vidler has signed a new contract with EAST STIRLINGSHIRE -
East Stirlingshire still in Scottish League, Clydebank in Juniors. Sadly neither have own ground any more.
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Missed a thrilling second half at East Stirlingshire by the sound of it. Oh well, still happy with my visit to Easter Road.
News: Stirling | East Stirlingshire: Guy Tahin (East Stirling) right footed shot from outside the box is saved...
New coach is urgent to sign up improved Shire stars. East Stirlingshire will tonight (Thursday) start...
Peter. Myself and Derek were extremely sad to hear the news. Please accept our condolences from us and all at East Stirlingshire FC
10 Reasons Brendan Rodgers Could Become Liverpool's Very Own Sir Alex Ferguson In terms of playing career, Brendan Rodgers and Sir Alex Ferguson experienced contrasting fortunes: The former had his career curtailed by a genetic knee condition, while the latter made over 300 appearances in Scottish football as a forward. Rodgers started his management career in youth football before graduating to senior-level football with Reading and Watford, then found true success with Swansea City. Ferguson, on the other hand, started at East Stirlingshire and St. Mirren before landing an ultimately successful gig at Aberdeen. It was at Swansea and Aberdeen, respectively, where the two managers found their first tremendous successes: Rodgers brought a Welsh club into the Premier League for the first time ever, while Ferguson gatecrashed the Old Firm duopoly by winning the Scottish league. Those jobs proved to be stepping stones toward two of the world’s most storied football clubs. Which brings us to our next compari ...
East Stirlingshire FC is once again raffling off to one lucky company or organisation the chance to have their name on the front of the players' jerseys. The
Kajalb Sir Alex Ferguson was born Thirty one December nineteen forty one he managed East Stirlingshire and managed Aberdeen.
Mind he got the East Stirlingshire job and we all thought he was a superstar!
and Ferguson managed East Stirlingshire, got to start somewhere..
On this day in 1984 Athletic beat East Stirlingshire 4-3
On this day in 1974 beat East Stirlingshire 3-1
All up for East Stirlingshire now, play offs are OFF.
Trying to keep dying embers of play off challenge alive (@ Shielfield Park for Berwick Rangers vs East Stirlingshire)
On this day in 2003 City beat East Stirlingshire 3-0
Sir Alex Ferguson - manager of East Stirlingshire, St Mirren, Aberdeen & Scotland. Oh, and some English team.
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A belated shout out to Scott & Jamie Greenaway from East Stirlingshire FC who were at Harlaw Park last night. Heest ye back gents.
John Coughlin says a lack of ambition is reason for him leaving Listen to the exclusive interview here http:…
A double for Ben Anthony along with a Kyle Mitchell goal secured a 0-3 win for the reserves against East Stirlingshire last night. That win sees the second string top their Reserve League Cup group and qualify for the semi-final of the competition along with Alloa Athletic who finished the group stages a point behind on 12 points from 6 games. Well done lads.
GOAL B: David Gray for v East Stirlingshire. Comment below the vid on YouTube to vote. Watch here
We are delighted to confirm that young left back Ross Drummond has signed on a loan deal from Dunfermline Athletic until the end of the season. The youngster has been viewed in action by boss Colin Cameron who is very happy with the acquisition, noting his versatility as a trait that could also contribute to the squad. Ross goes straight into the squad for tomorrow's tie away to East Stirlingshire, however Scott Dalziel will miss out through suspension. Colin himself and Ross Gray face late fitness tests while trialist Jack Downie is likely to feature in the squad again, and Andy Russell may make his debut as he may make the squad.
25th January Bill Nicholson was born in Scarborough. Born almost exactly a year before Alf Ramsey. They played in the same championship winning side in 1951. Alf went on to work managerial magic for Ipswich and England. Bill stayed at Spurs and ten years after winning the English championship as a player, he achieved the same feat as manager of the club. Not only FIrst Division title was won that season. He was the first manager to win the fabled league and cup double in the twentieth century. Winning the F. A. Cup again the following year, Bill Nicholson then became the first manager to guide a British team to win a European trophy; the Cup Winners Cup in 1963. He remained manager until 1974. It wasn era that produced some of the greatest British football mangers, included Bill Shankly, Brian Clough, Matt Busby and Bob Paisley. As Bill 'Nick' retired in 1974 a young scottish footballer had come to the end of his playing career and embarked upon his first managerial job at East Stirlingshire - Alex Fergus ...
We can confirm that a Berwick Rangers Reserves side are to participate in the SPFL League Cup. The groups have been drawn by the SPFL, and Berwick Rangers will be up against all of: Alloa Athletic, Cowdenbeath, Dundee, East Fife, East Stirlingshire, Raith Rovers and Stenhousemuir.
East Stirlingshire v Albion Rovers Preview The Shire, who defeated leaders Peterhead last weekend, will look to climb above visitors Albion Rovers in the table with a win and gain some revenge for two defeats from the Coatbridge side this season. John Coughlin’s side are again without Kevin Turner and Nathan Shepherd through injury, however Ross O’Donoghue and Paul Quinn could return. Shire boss John Coughlin said: “In our first game with Rovers this season the game was over before we had started playing. We also lost at their place in a game where we fell two behind before we started playing.” “We need to be ready from the first whistle and after beating Peterhead last weekend we can be confident of getting something.” Rovers have had a fantastic few days after the success of their ‘Pay what you Can’ day against Montrose last weekend, ambitious plans for developing Cliftonhill announced and manager James Ward being selected as the SPFL League 2 manager of the Month for December. *** Dunl ...
One William Hill Scottish Cup third round tie today as East Stirlingshire host Raith Rovers. Who will make it into Tuesday's fourth round draw?
The William Hill Scottish Cup third round gets under way tonight when Rangers host Airdrieonians at Ibrox. There are a further 14 ties taking place on Saturday, with junior side Culter hosting Berwick Rangers and Brora Rangers travelling to Clyde. Then on Sunday, East Stirlingshire and Raith Rovers wrap up the weekend's action. Full fixture information, including replay and postponement dates, can be found here:
has seen his East Stirlingshire team beaten in the Ramsdens Challenge Cup Third Round.
Young Naismith away on trial to the league 2 Accrington Stanley for experience. Greg TUESDAY, 09 JULY 2013 14:25 Kal In Stanley Trial WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON Naismith has been told opportunities at Ibrox will be limited this term and has gone on trial at Accrington Kal Naismith has gone on trial at English League Two side Accrington Stanley with a view to a permanent move south of the border. The striker was omitted from the 23-man squad which travelled to Brora for Rangers’ northern tour last Friday and that prompted speculation about his future. Now it has emerged he is working with James Beattie’s side and he could be in line to switch the Crown Ground after making a first-team breakthrough at Ibrox last season. Naismith signed a two-year contract extension with the Light Blues back in February and scored three times last season against Forres Mechanics, East Stirlingshire and Elgin City. But with the arrival of new strikers at Ibrox in the close season he has been told his opportunities are lik ...
Sir Alex Ferguson today announced his intention to retire at the end of the current season. The 71-year-old will step back from the game assured of his reputation as one of the greatest, and arguably the greatest, manager of all time. picks out some of the key milestones from a remarkable career has spanned almost four decades. 1 June 1974: Ferguson is appointed manager of Scottish Second Division side East Stirlingshire at the age of 32. The contract is part-time, earning him just £40- a-week, and he takes over a squad without a single goalkeeper. 7 October 1975: Having impressed as a stern disciplinarian in his first season with The Shire, he is approached by St Mirren and becomes manager of the Paisley club after seeking advice from his mentor, Jock Stein. 19 April 1977: The former Dunfermline and Rangers striker wins the first of his 39 trophies as a manager by guiding St Mirren to the First Division title. 31 May 1978: St Mirren become the first and only club to sack Ferguson after learning that he ...
DEAN SHIELS will return to Rangers’ starting eleven for today’s SFL3 clash against Jim Chapman’s Annan Athletic. The 28-year-old playmaker will make his 29th appearance of the season, two of which were from the bench, taking the place of David Templeton who has picked up an Achilles injury. This is the only change Ally McCoist has made to the side which kicked-off against East Stirlingshire last weekend. That means Kal Naismith retains his place and it is the second time the youngster has faced the Galabankies after he replaced Andy Little in Rangers’ 3-0 victory over Annan at Ibrox on December 18. As expected a back four of Anestis Argyriou, Emilson Cribari, Chris Hegarty and Lee Wallace will play in front of ever-present keeper Neil Alexander. Naismith is once again expected to start on the right side of midfield with Ian Black and Kyle Hutton through the middle and Shiels on the left. Up top in-form Andy Little, who is now on 24 goals for the season, will support skipper Lee McCulloch who is on ...
"Shire's team.. Craig Gordon on the bench for East Stirlingshire?!
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FRIDAY, 08 MARCH 2013 14:00 Gers Focused On Annan WRITTEN BY NEIL SMITH Ally McCoist is expecting another tough 90 minutes against Annan Athletic tomorrow but hopes his side can match the tempo they displayed in the second period against East Stirlingshire last weekend. Rangers, as it stands, need four victories from their remaining nine games to clinch the Third Division championship but McCoist is simply focusing on each fixture as they come along. Annan are 8th in the table but McCoist believes there is not a lot separating the teams below Rangers in Scottish football’s fourth tier. The fact the Light Blues are 20 points ahead of second placed Queen’s Park who themselves are 18 points ahead of Clyde at the foot of the table highlights his point. He said: “It will be another tough one tomorrow, Harry (Cairney) has left and Jim Chapman is down there now. “But when you look at the bottom of our league up to second top it is probably the closest league in the country. “I firmly believe all the c ...
Kids Must Kick On WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON Lee McCulloch has paid tribute to Rangers’ young stars for the impact they have made this season – and says their aim now is to become even BETTER than they already are. The likes of Lewis Macleod, Barrie McKay and Chris Hegarty have become mainstays of Ally McCoist’s team since breaking through in the last few months. Fraser Aird, Robbie Crawford and Kal Naismith have also made an impact after being without first-team appearances prior to the start of the campaign. Although there have been teething issues at times since last summer, club captain McCulloch - who returned to action from an ankle injury in yesterday's 3-1 win over East Stirlingshire - has been hugely impressed with the way the emerging talents have adapted. At the same time, he accepts Gers as a team have been fortunate at times not to have been punished more severely for some of the mistakes they have made whilst in action. That has been due, in part, to the level the Light Blues have been ...
'39 - GOAL: East Stirlingshire take the lead at Ibrox through Stirling after a neat one-two at the edge of the box. RANGERS 0:1 EAST STIRLINGSHIRE
FANS who purchase tomorrow’s matchday programme will get a FREE DVD of 'The Rising: Rangers One Year On From Administration'. The Rising covers the extraordinary events from last spring to present day with exclusive contributions from Charles Green, Ally McCoist, Lee McCulloch, Neil Alexander, Ian Durrant and fans. The fascinating documentary has been a big hit with supporters so make sure you get this weekend’s programme to get your FREE DVD! Also in ‘Ready’ Charles Green, Malcolm Murray and Ally McCoist reflect on yesterday’s verdict from the SPL Commission. And there is an exclusive interview with man-of-the-moment Andy Little who recalls scoring a hat-trick against East Stirlingshire in Rangers’ first home fixture in the Third Division on August 18, 2012. The Ulsterman discusses playing in his current attacking role and the helpful tips and advice he has been receiving from his manager. Comedian Andy Cameron also looks at Little’s attributes as a striker and believes he can blossom into ...
Sir Alex Ferguson is the most successful manager in British football history - winning more than 30 trophies while he was in charge of the Reds. But despite more than two decades leading the United he still focus on improving tally, bringing yet more silverware to Old Trafford. Reds boss enjoys playing career north of the border, which saw him take in spells with Queen's Park, St Johnstone, Dunfermline, Glasgow Rangers, Falkirk and Ayr United. But it is not to play the game that Sir Alex is to be a success. Following a spell of the game he moved into coaching, taking the role of manager of East Stirlingshire, St Mirren then Aberdeen. It is time Pittodrie where he earned his reputation as a top trainer. He broke the Glasgow dominance of Scottish football to lead Aberdeen to three Scottish titles, four Scottish Cups, one League Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup a. Following the sacking of Ron Atkinson as manager of Manchester United, Old Trafford hierarchy moved quickly for his services. They got their man ...
The only game in the SFL tomorrow is at Forthbank as we take on East Stirlingshire. Prices are £10 adults, £7 seniors/students, £5 U17s.
Tributes have been paid to former St Johnstone, East Stirlingshire and Kilmarnock footballer Darren Wilcox, who has died of cancer, aged 21. R.I.P far to young .. Thoughts with his family and friends
On this day (1929): East Stirlingshire lost 3-0 to Celtic in the second round of the Scottish Cup at Celtic Park.
Binos face fixture pile-up Jan 30 2013 by David Ogilvie, Stirling Albion face the prospect of playing a quarter of the season in the space of a month after the weekend trip to Berwick Rangers became the latest game to be postponed. The Borderers were quietly confident of the match going ahead on Friday but a dump of snow saw it called off after a 10am inspection on Saturday, when Rangers’ 1-1 draw with Montrose was the only Third Division fixture to beat the weather. Ally McCoist’s men were due at Forthbank this weekend but that game has already been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 26 at 7.45pm due to Rangers’ William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round clash with Dundee United at Tannadice. Tickets for that match will be on sale inside the ground at the match against East Stirlingshire on Tuesday, February 5. Prices are £13 adults, £10 seniors, £7 U17s. These tickets are for home supporters only. Rangers’ allocation will be dealt with by the Ibrox club. With Albion’s last home game against Annan ...
SATURDAY, 19 JANUARY 2013 08:00 Ian Is Kal Counting WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON IAN DURRANT believes Kal Naismith has the attributes required to make a name for himself at Rangers in the long run if he keeps pushing himself and fulfils his potential. The forward is in the Light Blues squad for tomorrow’s game with Peterhead at Balmoor Stadium and is hoping to make his first appearance in a month after a virus. Gers’ coaching staff members have been impressed by the way Naismith has matured this season after calling his attitude on the training ground into question previously. And his more positive approach has paid off with goals against Forres Mechanics and Elgin City in the Scottish Cup and a first league strike against East Stirlingshire coming in between. Added to that, he has found the net regularly for Tommy Wilson’s second string as they bid to try to win the SFL Reserve League title. Naismith still has some way to go and is behind the likes of Lee McCulloch, Fran Sandaza, Andy Little and Kevi ...
Queen’s Park beat Stirling for the third time this season to climb to second in the table and leave Albion a point adrift of East Stirlingshire at the bottom.
The Sandaza situation will be similar to the early run of games the Team had, when people were howling and we, the diehard believers, said wait and it will come good and it did.He is a goalscorer of that there is no doubt. He will get match fit and the sharpness that comes with games under the belt will lead to goals. that was a horror injury and he just needs 4/5 games to be showing us why Ally bought him.Greg Sandaza will get goals says Templeton Published on Friday 4 January 2013 00:00 Rangers winger David Templeton believes striker Francisco Sandaza just needs a goal to kick-start his Ibrox career. The Spaniard has only netted once this season, although he has been restricted to 11 appearances because of the broken cheekbone he suffered against Motherwell in September. Sandaza, whose goal came in a 5-1 win over East Stirlingshire in August, missed a glorious chance in this week’s 3-1 away victory over Annan when he headed Templeton’s corner down towards an open goal from four yards but saw it boun ...
Peterhead 2-0 East Stirlingshire: Blue Toon take the points - Read a full match report of the Third Division game be...
They've also conceded six times in games v East Stirlingshire (6-2), Montrose (4-2) and Elgin City (6-2)
A lot of respect for supporters of "small" clubs, such as East Stirlingshire or teams in England like Barnet etc. Knowing that there stuck to the lower leagues for the most likelihood of there entire lifetime and never win anything worthwhile and continue to put up with defeat after defeat. REAL football fans. -Scott
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East Stirlingshire last season were found to have fielded an ineligible player and kicked out the Scottish Cup. The Oldco had 35
IAN BLACK believes both he and Rangers are now finding their feet in the Third Division after a tricky start to the SFL season. The Light Blues made it four wins in a row in the league at the weekend as they cruised to a 6-2 win at East Stirlingshire. Having looked more like himself against Peterhead in the previous game, Black again played a central role in the victory at Ochilview. The way the campaign has panned out for Black personally has almost been reflective of Gers’ own form. Going into 2012/13 without a pre-season following a hernia operation in the summer, the former Hearts player hasn’t always been at his best. But he believes he is now settling into a rhythm and that goes in tandem with the fact Ally McCoist’s men as a group are building a run of positive results too. Black said: “We’ve done a full round of the league now and we’re starting to kick on and gel together as a team. “We’re knocking the ball about better and we’re adapting. We scored good goals at the weekend so ...
Why, have they ever beaten Elgin City, East Stirlingshire and Forres Mechanics lately?
So so proud of my football team tonight. The semi-pros really did show the internationals how to play; and we thoroughly deserved a point today. Will always remember the moment I saw Fraser McLaren score for Berwick to equalise against the Old Firm. We could even have sneaked it at the death, but we can't dwell on what could (and maybe should) have been when there are so many positives. Today, with the sun beaming down on a full Shielfield, with the ghosts of '67 looking down on us, I have never been more proud to count myself as a fan of Berwick Rangers Football Club. Suddenly all those February afternoons watching us battle away against Elgin City, Stranraer, and East Stirlingshire seem completely worth it. Gotta love football sometimes...
Here, I'm no Karen Carpenter myself... but imagine taking advice about your body from that East Stirlingshire physio
Rangers playing East Stirlingshire right now. Team is best known for giving Alex Ferguson his first managing position.
Tickets On Sale Until KO WRITTEN BY RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB TODAY'S home clash with East Stirlingshire is set to...
Over 40,000 fans are expected at Ibrox on Saturday for a match against East Stirlingshire that is likely to create a world record attendance for a match in the bottom tier of any league in world football. It is the ultimate act of defiance by a support more used to winning titles and competing at the highest levels of European football.
Mr Putin , free so they can attend record breaking Rangers v East Stirlingshire at tomorrow !
Alex will be undertaking his first pilgrimage to see Rangers take on the might of East Stirlingshire on Saturday.
has delighted the board of East Stirlingshire by winning the Second Division title.
has delighted the fans of East Stirlingshire with the signing of James Milner.
A young Alex Ferguson scores for Ayr United in 1973. Ferguson would later go on to manage East Stirlingshire, St Mirren, Aberdeen and most famously Mancheste...
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