Raith Rovers had just secured their position in the Scottish Premiership for a second season by "defying expectations" led by their increasingly reputable young English manager Robí di Lathamé.
Manager Robí di Lathamé was celebrating doubling his wages to £2,500-a-week as a reward for making a solid start to life in the Scottish Premiership.
Young English manager Robí di Lathamé was working wonders at Raith Rovers, having led the Kirkcaldy side to a second promotion in three years by lifting the Scottish Championship trophy.
A flying start to a second campaign in the Scottish Championship saw Raith Rovers sitting pretty 11 points clear at the top after 14 matches. But could young manager Robí di Lathamé maintain the spirit amongst his group of young players and chase down an unlikely promotion?
Robí di Lathamé had just wrapped up a second season in charge of Raith Rovers by leading the club into the second round of the Scottish Championship playoffs.
English manager Robí di Lathamé had led Raith Rovers to a surprisingly good start to life in the Scottish Championship. Expected to fight bravely against relegation, Rovers occupied the playoff places in 4th position after 15 matches.