With the new season just around the corner our sports team have taken a look at some of the key players for all 10 Ladbrokes League 1 clubs this season.
By Martyn Simpson
Friday, 26th July 2019, 12:46 pm
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And here they are, 30 players to keep an eye out for over the campaign.
The striker is a former Scotland U21 international who played 45 times for Hearts after coming through the ranks at Tynecastle. He has been with the Diamonds since 2018.
Another former Hearts man at the Penny Cars Stadium, the experienced defender made the move from Forfar Athletic this summer.
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At 24 Airdrie are the striker's seventh club in Scotland having previously been with Rangers and St Mirren. He joined The Diamonds from Dumbarton this summer.
The former Blackburn Rovers, Dundee United and Aberdeen striker is the Bully Wee's main man and will be a handful for opposition defences this season.
The winger was a stand out player for Annan last season and looks like a great bit of business by Danny Lennon to bring him to Broadwood.
The young Norwegian was impresive in his debut season last year and will be looking to improve his game further this campaign.
A player who has proven in the past he can be a top striker, can he recreate his form from spells at Falkirk and Dundee for Jim Duffy's Sons?
The former Rangers man has been a pivotal part of the Dumbarton midfield since 2017 having made 66 appearances at the C&G Systems Stadium.
Another midfielder who joined the Sons in 2017, he previously played for Motherwell and St Mirren before a spell in Iceland.
Young striker hit the ground running last season after joining from Heriot Watt to finish top goalscorer.
Darren Young has taken a punt on the Stirling Uni midfielder and he's looked good in pre-season
Talented goalkeeper has competition from Jordan Hart this season so expect him to step up
Falkirk fans will be expecting big things from the Irishman who has a wealth of experience in both the Scottish and English leagues.
The striker has already started banging the goals in for the Bairns in the Betfred Cup and will be a hot favourite to finish the season as the division's top scorer
Ray McKinnon finally got his man this summer after multiple attempts to bring the midfielder to the Falkirk Stadium from his former club Morton. Will the Bairns gaffer's persistence pay off?
The winger was signed from Alloa in the summer and has already looked like a real threat going forward for the Loons in their pre-season and Betfred Cup matches
Currently in his sixth spell at Station Park the striker has proven that, on his day, he can be one of the best attackers in the league
Forbes was the main man for league rivals Dumbarton last season and looks like another good bit of business for Jim Weir, adding another element to the Loons already potent attack.
At 6'4 the striker tends to stand out a bit on the park.The former Hearts man joined Mo after finding his opportunities limited at Peterhead last January.
Milne scored 11 goals in 15 games in his first spell at Links Park. A move to full-time football with Raith Rovers didn't work out but now he's back with the Mighty Mo once again
The experienced Irish midfielder, who was with Manchester United and Arsenal as a youth player, will be a name familiar to many Scottish football fans having had spells with Falkirk, St Mirren and St Johnstone to name a few.
McAllister has been THE man at Peterhead for the best part of a decade now and can always be relied on to find the back of the net
The midfielder's performances last season earned him intrest from clubs further up the divisions with Dunfermline reportedly after the former St Johnstone man.
At 38 the veteran striker still knows where the back of the net is and gives Jim McInally another good option in attack
Signed from Celtic after impressing during two loan spells at Stark's Park. Now the move is permanent, the midfielder's composure on the ball will be an asset to the Kirkcaldy side.
The centre forward was signed from Hibs over the summer. The 22-year-old has the tough task of matching the 34 goals the departed Kevin Nisbet scored last season.
The French centre half known as 'Nando' joined from La Fleche in June. After initially impressing in pre-season, an error-strewn Betfred Cup campaign has left Raith fans hoping he will come good.
Another player who will be familiar to many fans across the country, the atacker has impressed in the past at spells with both Falkirk and Raith Rovers
Once again there's a lot to be said for experience in the middle of the park and that is certainly something the former Hearts and Killie midfielder brings to the Blues.
The young striker is on-loan from Aberdeen and will be looking to impress with the oppertunities his time at Stair Park should afford him.