WHILE he might be harder to track down now, there was once a time when everyone knew where to find Eddie McCreadie.
CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho described Arsene Wenger as “a specialist in failure” as he responded to his Arsenal counterpart’s Premier League title race taunt yesterday.
Paul McCallum knows he did not make the kind of impact he might have hoped for in his debut for Hearts. But then first impressions can prove deceptive, as he himself has learned.
THE name Ann Budge was a new one to many people when it was announced on Thursday that she is funding the Foundation of Hearts’ takeover of the Tynecastle club.
SIR Tom Finney, one of English football’s most beloved sons and greatest role models, has died at the age of 91.
FOUNDATION of Hearts chairman Ian Murray insisted last night that no decisions had yet been taken about key posts at the Tynecastle club.
ALLY McCoist believes Rangers may need to spend as much as £30 million on strengthening their squad if they hope to mount a serious challenge for the Premiership title in two years’ time.
TODAY saw deserved recognition for Kilmarnock midfielder Craig Slater, who has been awarded the Scottish Premiership Young Player of the Month for January. It is the very least the 19-year-old deserves after forcing his way into the starting line-up ahead of more experienced pros down at Rugby Park.
A NURSERY pupil in the Highlands has been confirmed has suffering from Tuberculosis - the third case in the Sutherland area.
CHARLIE Mulgrew insists early exists from the two domestic cup competitions are not enough to classify Celtic’s season as a failure.
RANGERS boss Ally McCoist insists his side are not the favourites to lift this season’s William Hill Scottish Cup - claiming Aberdeen are a better bet.
Leith Athletic and Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale meet tomorrow to vie for a place in the latter stages of the South Challenge Cup, with the incentive a tie against South of Scotland opposition in the next round.
Newtongrange goalkeeper Kieron Renton has warned his table-topping team-mates to keep their feet firmly on the ground despite their stunning form.
Edinburgh City play hosts for a third consecutive week with East Kilbride making the trip to the Capital for tomorrow afternoon’s league encounter at Meadowbank.
Craigroyston are prepared to “win ugly” in a bid to catch Central Taxis Premier Division leaders Stirling University when the teams clash tomorrow.
PENICUIK player-boss Craig Meikle is backing his side to overcome their injury troubles and do themselves justice in their biggest game in years tomorrow.
OSCAR-winning US actor Tom Hanks has become a celebrity Celtic fan.
ALLAN McGregor’s row with Craig Whyte is revealed, Hearts are set for a new owner, and Neil Lennon confirms the return of Barcelona hero Tony Watt, plus more from across the SPFL in Friday’s Rumour Mill
Cardiff City have claimed that “imprudent and careless management” has cost them “in excess” of £8.5 million over their signing of unsuccessful striker Andreas Cornelius.
Colin Cameron showed at Hampden yesterday that he is well on the way to bouncing back from the disappointment of losing his job at Cowdenbeath last November.
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston has welcomed the ambition of Kris Boyd to test himself at a higher level.
THERE’s nothing Hibs fans would love better than a return to the good old days, when the Famous Five dazzled and the club won league titles.
Even in normal circumstances, a weekend without football can seem like a particularly long and dreary prospect. This is especially so after losing a cup semi-final on penalties having surrendered a lead against nine men in the dying seconds of normal time. The normal advice is to get on with things...
NEIL Lennon has accused Peter Shilton of speaking from a position of ignorance after the English goalkeeping legend claimed Fraser Forster is not being tested properly while he is playing in Scottish football.
HAVING just suffered his seventh domestic cup failure in nine attempts as Celtic manager, it would perhaps be understandable if Neil Lennon was content to see someone else identified as the fall guy this week.
DEPUTY First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has admitted she “hates” the SNP policy on tuition fees, under which an independent Scotland would charge only those from the rest of the UK.
ABERDEEN manager Derek McInnes has hailed the impact of Willo Flood amid reports the midfielder is in line for a Republic of Ireland call-up.
HIBERNIAN boss Terry Butcher hopes to deliver a boost to the long-suffering Leith support after admitting he has received letters spelling out their anger.
CELTIC manager Neil Lennon has set his team the target of going the whole Scottish Premiership season unbeaten in order to move on from their William Hill Scottish Cup exit.
MANAGER Ally McCoist claims Rangers fans can be happy at the moment despite the club’s ongoing struggle to restore the good times.
HEARTS fans need to raise £6 million to complete a long-term rescue process, according to the club’s future owners.
HEARTS boss Gary Locke insists the pain of their League Cup defeat to Inverness a fortnight ago is nothing compared to the joy of learning the administration-hit Jambos had taken another step closer to survival.
THE families of the 2009 Super Puma victims have spoken of their frustration at the length of time it has taken for an inquiry to be held into their deaths.
PAT Fenlon backs Leigh Griffiths to succeed at Celtic, Kilmarnock’s chairman outlines his vision for the club’s future, and Paul Sturrock wants medals for Dundee United’s 1984 European Cup team, plus more from the SPFL in Thursday’s Rumour Mill
THREE seasons after reaching its lowest ebb with a strike which made headlines around the world, Scottish refereeing is on an upward trajectory again, according to one its most highly-rated young officials.
New Dundee manager Paul Hartley has banned weights from his players’ fitness regime as the Dark Blues bid to power their way back to the top flight.
Arsenal were denied a return to top spot in the Barclays Premier League as Manchester United battled to a goalless draw at the Emirates Stadium.
YOU would not normally regard a few kicks on the legs as the friendliest of welcomes to a new country. But Duncan Watmore took them as a good sign.
Hibernian winger Sam Stanton admits the delight of his first Easter Road goal was ruined by Raith’s shock win in Leith.
CELTIC’S Virgil van Dijk claims his first season in Scotland has proved to be everything he wanted from his Parkhead switch.
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