Ray McKinnon has managed both Falkirk and Raith Rovers
Many even went directly from one club to the other, here are just a few.
Falkirk's current boss had two spells as a player with Rovers before becoming manager at Starks Park in 2015 Falkirk fans have many fond memories of Yogi from his time as both a player and manager. Rovers fans, not so much after his short spell as manager in 2017 Dunfermline's current manager started his professional playing career at Raith rovers and had a role as Assistant Manager at the Falkirk Stadium early in his management career The striker represent no less than 14 clubs in Scotland during his career, playing for Rovers from 1993 to 1996 before signing for Falkirk Current Falkirk player Toshney left Raith in 2016 to join Dundee United before moving to Falkirk last season after loan spells with Arbroath and Brechin The striker was popular at both Rovers and Falkirk with his most famous moment coming in the former's Challenge Cup win over Rangers where he scored the winning goal The Scotland youth international left Falkirk in 2018 to join Rovers and has also played for rivals of both clubs in Cowdenbeath and Stenhousemuir The striker started his senior career at Falkirk in 2006 and turned out for Rovers between 2014 and 2017 having played for several other clubs in Scotland, England and Ireland The defender made just four appearances for Raith during a short spell in 2013 and only two during his time with Falkirk in 2016 Had two loan spells at Starks Park from Hearts between 2011 and 2013 before signing for Falkirk. Currently turns out in Ladbrokes League 1 for Stranraer Now in his third spell with Falkirk, the attacker was on-loan at Raith in 2016 from Hamilton Accies before going out on-loan again the next season to Falkirk Joined Falkirk recently having previously been with Dunfermline. the winger spent a year at Starks Park in 2016 The former Aberdeen striker has had several loan spells in his career including at Raith Rovers from English side Fleetwood Town in 2016 and now with Falkirk from Ross County The Kircaldy born midfielder didn't join his home town club until 1998 and spent two seasons at Starks Park. He joined Falkirk in 2002 for one season Hetherston had two spells at both Falkirk and Raith during his career and would go on to manage Rovers from 1999 to 2001 Another player who joined the Bairns directly from Raith, the centre-back now turns out for Ladbrokes Championship leaders Dundee United The English midfielder joined Falkirk from Raith in 2016 having previously been with Partick Thistle and now turns out for Stevie Crawford's Dunfermline