ST JOHNSTONE manager Tommy Wright has spent the last two nights in Perth Royal Infirmary due to a health scare.
HIBS manager Terry Butcher insists he shares the supporters’ frustrations over their “consistently inconsistent” season.
TWO valuable contributions last night by Motherwell’s most consistent goalscorers, Lionel Ainsworth and John Sutton, kept their European ambitions nicely on the horizon.
TWO Scotland international footballers have teamed up with an English Premier League star to launch their own fashion line, it was revealed today.
HEARTS boss Gary Locke admits he fears the Gorgie club may not escape their administration hell, despite a deal being agreed to save the club.
A DRAMATIC last-minute winner from Jack Johnson gave Edinburgh City a 4-3 win over Cramond in the Under-13s League Cup.
Despite handing the initiative to Bo’ness United in the race for the Super League crown, Newtongrange Star manager Alan Miller has not given up hope of achieving back-to-back league titles.
Club secretary Jim Harkins has revealed that there are still five candidates in the running to be new Linlithgow Rose manager, with an announcement set to be made next week.
ALLY McCoist has claimed Rangers deserve a greater ticket allocation than Dundee United when the teams meet in next month’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final.
DUNDEE United chairman Stephen Thompson brands the SFA ‘dictators’ over cup ticket row; Alex Harris may not feature for Hibs until next season; Kevin McHattie desperate for Hearts to avoid relegation at the hands of Hibs plus the rest of the day’s football news and gossip.
FORMER Motherwell FC player Michael Higdon, who now plays for NEC Nijmegen in the Netherlands, has had his trial on assault charges delayed due to his work commitments.
Didier Drogba’s return to Stamford Bridge ended in defeat as Chelsea beat Galatasaray 2-0 in last night’s Champions League last-16 second leg to progress to the quarter-finals.
Dundee, with the chance to strengthen their grip at the top of the Championship, succeeded only in drawing with Raith Rovers in a disappointing Dens Park encounter last night.
Andrew Robertson recalls running out at Ibrox with just 1,000 Queen’s Park fans there to cheer them on – so he will not be daunted by Dundee United’s trip there in the Scottish Cup next month.
SCOTT Vernon, one of the four successful penalty-takers who helped seal the Scottish League Cup for Aberdeen, is desperate to stay at a club he feels is on the brink of years of sustained success.
ORGANISERS of the 2022 World Cup last night denied being aware of any alleged payments by the disgraced former head of Qatar’s soccer association to an ex-vice president of Fifa.
HIBERNIAN manager Terry Butcher has revealed confidence-sapped Alex Harris may not be deemed ready to return to first-team action until next season.
THE launch of the nomination process yesterday for this year’s inductees into the SFA’s Hall of Fame was an apposite time for Craig Brown to push the case of long-time friend Alex Smith.
ARSENAL midfield duo Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey have both signed new contracts, the club said on Tuesday.
SCOTLAND and Hull City forward George Boyd has been hit with a Football Association misconduct charge for allegedly spitting at Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
CELTIC’S Adam Matthews didn’t watch on television as Aberdeen claimed the League Cup at his club’s stadium on Sunday. He will, though, be tuning in this evening as the last 16 stage of the Champions League reaches its conclusion.
JON Daly’s second-half header against Albion Rovers at New Douglas Park on Monday night handed Rangers a home Scottish Cup semi-final tie against Dundee United next month, but he insists Ibrox will offer no advantage to his team.
DAVID Moyes has taken on an “impossible job” at Manchester United, Alan Stubbs said yesterday, but the Everton coach has not given up hope of his former manager negotiating a path through the minefield in which he finds himself.
DAVID Moyes remains confident that he will not be sacked despite a woeful debut season in charge of Manchester United.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle got a pick-me up yesterday following their League Cup final heartache by securing influential midfielder Ross Draper on a new two-year deal.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill will use a series of end-of-season friendlies to further assess the depth of his squad as he prepares for a Euro 2016 qualifying campaign against Scotland and the rest of their Group D rivals.
CELTIC defender Adam Matthews reckons teenager Liam Henderson has got the skills to rival anyone in the Parkhead squad.
A RANGERS supporters coalition group has criticised the club’s board for their failure to give an “unequivocal” pledge not to mortgage off Ibrox and Murray Park.
JON Daly’s second-half header against Albion Rovers at New Douglas Park on Monday night handed Rangers a home Scottish Cup semi-final tie against Dundee United next month but he insists Ibrox will offer no advantage to the Light Blues.
NORMALLY he prowls the touchline wearing mostly black with a hint of green.
ORGANISERS of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have denied all knowledge of alleged payments by the disgraced former head of the country’s football association to an ex-vice president of FIFA.
Craigroyston finished their Qualifying League campaign strongly with a 2-1 win at Meadowbank 3G against Leith Athletic, ensuring they will enjoy home advantage at the quarter-final stage of the Central Taxis East of Scotland League Cup.
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Angry Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho continued to seethe about events at Aston Villa on Saturday on the eve of the crucial Champions League last-16 second leg against Galatasaray.
McInnes lauded as pain of trophy famine finally fades away for Aberdeen chairman
ALLY McCoist is relishing the prospect of his first major semi-final as Rangers manager and believes his team are now better equipped to compete with top flight opposition in knockout competition.
IT WAS probably still too early to describe the emotions stirred by the previous day’s triumph as having settled, but Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes made a game attempt to provide some sober reflection after Sunday’s League Cup final success. He promised that there is more to come from his side.
Adam Rooney has described the moment he swept in the penalty that secured the League Cup for Aberdeen as “bitter sweet”. The striker previously starred for Inverness Caledonian Thistle, the side left deflated by his strike in a 4-2 shoot-out win for the Pittodrie club.
KRIS Commons says he will not be persuaded by Neil Lennon to make himself available for
international duty once more, insisting he no longer has the desire to commit himself to playing for Scotland.
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