Manager Arsene Wenger sees no reason why Arsenal cannot pull off another shock result when they look to upset Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena once again tonight.
MARLEY Watkins and Greg Tansey will be free to play for Inverness in Sunday’s League Cup final against Aberdeen after their club decided not to appeal against their sendings-off in their Scottish Cup quarter-final two days ago.
Rangers could be hours away from the League 1 title. The last but one objective in Rangers’ projected return to the top tier in successive seasons could be complete. Another mission accomplished if they win tomorrow night against Airdrieonians.
How the mighty have fallen when Rangers, who down through history have left most of Scottish football cursing their luck after fruitless visits to Ibrox, are reduced to rueing the unkindness of fate. Following their draw with League 2 Albion Rovers in the Scottish Cup, midfielder Ian Black said...
PROPERTIES around Aberdeen are selling faster than anywhere else in the UK.
LEIGH Griffiths has not set himself any goal targets for the season - but is confident he can add to his Celtic goal tally at Kilmarnock on Friday night.
CIARAN Donnelly grabbed a glory goal for Albion Rovers in their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final tie against Rangers at Ibrox on Sunday but departed Govan “devastated” following Bilel Mohsni’s late equaliser.
East Stirlingshire player Jordan Tapping, who was racially abused against rivals Peterhead, has spoken out about the abuse he received.
Ten-man Rose bounced back from last week’s debacle to oust Musselburgh 1-0 and put themselves firmly back in contention to regain their Super League title.
Spartans crashed out of the Lowland League Cup at the final hurdle, losing 3-1 to Whitehill Welfare 3-1 as both sides struggled to cope with the intensely blustery conditions at Ferguson Park.
DAVE King plans a visit to Glasgow for Rangers talks, Fraser Forster is compared to Peter Schmeichel, and Hearts pledge to go down fighting, plus all the reaction to the week’s SPFL and Scottish Cup action in Monday’s Rumour Mill
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A WEEK after finding himself on the wrong end of a headbutt from Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, David Meyler left his former club Sunderland feeling black and blue as three goals in nine second-half minutes booked Hull’s trip to Wembley.
INVERNESS Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes believes referee Willie Collum got it wrong twice as his side were reduced to nine men during their 5-0 Scottish Cup quarter-final drubbing by Dundee United.
St JOHNSTONE captain Dave Mackay believes Lady Luck owes he and his club a semi-final smile. Saints, still waiting on the first piece of major silverware in their history, have lost seven consecutive knockout semi-finals, their last disappointment coming with a 4-0 League Cup defeat by Aberdeen at...
IF ONE player, more than any other, epitomised Hibernian’s performance at Easter Road on Saturday, it was Michael Nelson. The big defender was nutmegged during the build-up to Motherwell’s second goal in a sorry opening half hour for the home side. He also scored the header that restored parity...
IT WAS a day of draws in the Championship on Saturday with all three games ending in stalemate and title-chasing Hamilton Accies and Falkirk left thinking about what might have been.
ALBION Rovers were within 20 minutes of one of the best results in their history yesterday before their Scottish Cup quarter-final against Rangers ended in a 1-1 draw at Ibrox.
This defeat, the 20th of an increasingly torturous campaign, increased the possibility that Hearts could be consigned to the Championship by losing to Hibernian at Tynecastle on 30 March.
NADIR Ciftci believes Dundee United will be “unstoppable” in their bid to lift the Scottish Cup this season if they maintain the form which saw them sweep Inverness Caledonian Thistle aside in the quarter-finals yesterday.
STIRLING is the most affordable city in the UK to live in, according to a new report.
RANGERS narrowly avoided being dumped from the Scottish Cup by quarter-final opponents Albion Rovers after a goal in the 78th minute from Bilel Mohsni earned the Ibrox side a replay.
MATCH REPORT: Dundee United completely overran Scottish Cup quarter-final opponents Inverness in a 5-0 win, during which the Highland side had two players red carded.
VIRGIL van Dijk will leave Celtic in the summer, according to his agent; Rangers could repay £1.5m loan with season ticket money; Aiden McGeady reveals regrets over Gordon Strachan bust-ups, plus all the rest of today’s news and sport
TWO weeks ago Falkirk’s title challenge was seemingly kept alive by the awarding of a debatable late penalty. Yesterday they were the recipient of another such gift, but their failure to take it may ultimately kill their championship aspirations.
TOUGHER sanctions for dealing with the sort of racist abuse suffered by East Stirlingshire’s Jordan Tapping at Peterhead are under review.
HIS day job is focused on helping deliver a memorable Commonwealth Games. But if he and his Albion Rovers team-mates can defy the odds this afternoon, 2014 could live long in Scott Chaplain’s memory for another reason.
IF MARLEY Watkins required any extra motivation in this monumental week for Inverness Caley Thistle, he only has to draw on the remarkable story of his boyhood heroes.
HAMILTON missed the opportunity to take advantage of Championship leaders Dundee having an idle weekend and were forced to settle for a point – remaining second in the tense chase for the single automatic promotion place – after this keenly-contested encounter with Queen of the South.
Young United striker is getting more games and, he tells Moira Gordon, that suits him just fine
Ally McCoist is unsure if his Rangers are ready to compete for major trophies. The unbeaten League One leaders are on the brink of clinching the third-tier title but have not faced top-flight opposition since losing 3-0 to Dundee United in last season’s William Hill Scottish Cup.
ARSENAL midfielder Mikel Arteta admitted his penalty was a turning point as the Gunners beat his former club Everton 4-1 to book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.
VIRGIL van Dijk’s agent said last night that he expects the Celtic defender to move to England in the summer.
THIS is a tale of two midfielders, both from Manchester United, one English and the other Scottish and as they return to the fold with their club you wonder if they’ll be swapping notes on their respective international experiences, so dramatically different were they.
Rangers can clinch the League One title and promotion to the second tier of Scottish football if they defeat Airdrieonians at Ibrox on Wednesday.
GORDON Strachan’s Scotland, of late, have been stunningly solid, supremely successful, but hardly swashbuckling.
JOHN Sutton scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to earn Motherwell a 3-3 draw in a thrilling match at Hibernian.
ADAM Rooney took his Aberdeen goal tally to six in eight games to ease Derek McInnes’ side closer to a second cup final of the season, as the Dons overcame Dumbarton in their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final.
KILMARNOCK gave their hopes of avoiding the relegation play-off spot a welcome boost with a win over bottom side Hearts at Rugby Park.
ST JOHNSTONE progressed to the semi-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 3-1 victory over Championship strugglers Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park.
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