New Charity Partner Announced

Apr 15, 2014 No Comments by admin

East Stirlingshire Football Club is delighted to announce Motor Neurone Disease Scotland as its official charity partner for the 2014/15 season. The SPFL Scottish League Two club will assist MND Scotland is its fundraising efforts throughout the next football season, and will also use its profile as one of Scotland’s elite 42 senior clubs to [...]

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Head Coach Vacancy

Apr 14, 2014 No Comments by admin

East Stirlingshire Football Club is seeking applications for the position of Head Coach. All applicants must be in possession of at least a UEFA B Licence coaching qualification as a minimum. Experience of working within senior football, either in a playing or coaching capacity, is desirable for this part-time position. Please send CV no later than Thursday 24th [...]

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John Coughlin

Apr 13, 2014 No Comments by admin

The club can confirm that Head Coach John Coughlin has declined the offer of an extension to his current contract and will be leaving at the end of the season. John will remain in position over the final few matches still to be played, however the board of directors will begin, with immediate effect, the [...]

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Shire 2 Annan Athletic 1

Apr 13, 2014 No Comments

Kevin Turner came off the bench to score the winner as Shire ended their four match losing run with a 2-1 victory over ten-man Annan Athletic. Shire won a penalty in the 15th minute when Peter Watson fouled Max Wright in the box and the  Annan man red-carded. Wright stepped up, but his effort was [...]

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Annan Athletic Preview

Apr 11, 2014 No Comments

Shire will aim to go through the season unbeaten against Annan Athletic when the teams meet for the fourth, and final, time in the SPFL Scottish League Two. Impressive results and performances from Shire mean the side currently sitting second, and who have already booked their spot in the promotion play-offs, have only taken a [...]

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Shire Support Parkinson’s Awareness

Apr 11, 2014 No Comments

The club will be lending its support to the charity Parkinson’s UK as a special week of awareness-raising activities draws to a close. The Shire players will be warming up before the match with Annan Athletic in special Parkinson’s UK t-shirts to bring a bit of visibility to Parkinson’s Awareness Week at Ochilview. There is a programme article [...]

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Season Ticket Prices Unchanged

Apr 11, 2014 No Comments

The club has announced that season ticket prices for the 2014/15 season will remain the same as last year. That means an adult will pay £130 to watch all Shire’s 18 league matches at Ochilview next term. Concessions (Senior Citizens/Unemployed/Full-time Students) will pay £50 while  children 16 and under pay their age in pounds. With walk-up [...]

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Fans Football Survey Launched

Apr 08, 2014 Comments Off

The Supporters Direct Scotland National Football Survey, in association with the Scottish FA, is the second national football survey carried out, the first being conducted twelve months ago by the Scottish FA. The survey seeks to bring a greater understanding of supporters’ perceptions of football’s role within Scottish society, the match day experience, governance of [...]

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Parkinson’s Awareness Week

Apr 08, 2014 Comments Off

This week is Parkinson’s Awareness Week and East Stirlingshire FC is offering its charity partner for the 2013/14 season, Parkinson’s UK, its support in raising awareness of the illness. The focus of Parkinson’s Awareness Week is providing information to people to let them know what having Parkinson’s Disease is like. The focus of the week’s [...]

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Albion Rovers 2 Shire 1

Apr 07, 2014 Comments Off

Shire fell to a fourth consecutive loss after losing 2-1 to Albion Rovers at Cliftonhill. Things started terribly for shire as Ryan Donnelly opened the scoring after just 39 seconds. Albion doubled their lead in the second half when Donnelly scored a tap-in. Although Scott Maxwell pulled one back, Shire could not find the second [...]

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