FORMER Celtic defender Daniel Majstorovic has been given a free transfer by his hometown club AIK Stockholm. The Sweden international has left the capital city side by mutual consent after not starting a game since last summer.
Dylan McGowan insists he is willing to commit his future to Hearts when they emerge from administration – even if it means playing in the Championship.
Tommy Wright admits he has to offload before he can strengthen his St Johnstone squad, and remains worried the club won’t be able to resist a bid for top goalscorer Stevie May.
Dean Shiels’ agent is seeking urgent talks with Rangers manager Ally McCoist to discover whether the player has a future at Ibrox.
MICHAEL Laudrup’s Swansea City have joined Everton in the race for Dundee United youngster Andrew Robertson, but the highly-rated left-back is in no rush to leave Tannadice, according to his representative Liam O’Donnell.
CONTRARY to some weekend reports, Celtic still have some way to go if they are to set a new club record for consecutive domestic clean sheets.
PETERHEAD manager Jim McInally spent over two hours at Hampden yesterday appealing against the four-game ban he was issued with after a row with referee John McKendrick over the dinner the Balmoor club had supplied him with.
Edinburgh City put in a valiant performance against Stirling University last night in the Lowland League Cup, but went down 1-0 to the students at Forthbank.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon says that replacing striker Georgios Samaras would cost the club millions.
Hearts to launch fresh appeal for transfer embargo lift after request turned down; replacing Georgios Samaras would cost millions, says Neil Lennon; Ally McCoist accuses rivals of targeting Ian Black, plus the rest of today’s football news and gossip
Manchester United fans must have patience with David Moyes, insists former Scotland manager Craig Brown.
Former West Ham striker Tony Cottee feels the club’s co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold have done the right thing in publicly backing manager Sam Allardyce – but believes the London outfit are not far from being in a state of “full-blown crisis”.
THOUSANDS of people lined the streets of Lisbon to catch a glimpse of football great Eusebio’s funeral procession yesterday, a day after the former Benfica striker known as the ‘Black Panther’ died of a heart attack aged 71.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter cannot remember a World Cup host nation falling as far behind with their preparations as Brazil have, according to an interview.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist can partly understand Ian Black’s costly reaction to what he has described as “ridiculous” challenges.
Arsenal and England have been dealt a huge injury setback with the news that Theo Walcott will miss the rest of the season and the World Cup due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury to his left knee.
John Rafferty on Scotland’s two 1971 games with Portugal and their legendary talisman
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor insists the club could welcome up to six new signings this month as they fight to avoid relegation.
The Christmas cards are down and the trees are in the gutters. Some clubs may feel in a similarly dispirited state at the end of the Scottish Premiership’s festive programme of matches, while others can look back on the past fortnight as a time of celebrations on the park as well as off.
Mixu Paatelainen yesterday expressed hope that Teemu Pukki will start to score goals regularly in Scotland. However, the Finland manager has also warned his international striker that you don’t tend to be given a lot of time to prove yourself at a club such as Celtic.
Brad McKay has heard the gloomy prognosis about the harm that being handed extended run-outs in the first-team is doing to the young players at Tynecastle.
HEARTS administrator Bryan Jackson has offered his support for manager Gary Locke, arguing that only “a miracle worker” could do better given the restrictions in place.
Morton have handed former Scotland striker Garry O’Connor the chance to resurrect his career.
IT has been a good few days for Aberdeen and they pick up two Awards in our first round-up of 2014. However Kenny Shiels must be wondering what he has let himself in for at Morton as they fell further behind the rest of the sides in the Championship.
RANGERS manager Ally McCoist played down comments made against him on Twitter by Stenhousemuir striker John Gemmell and claimed there were no hard feelings between the two men.
GEORGIOS Samaras is set to make a decision on his Celtic future, Alfred Finnbogason looks set to stay at Heerenveen, and Kris Boyd is targeted by his old club, plus more from across Scotland in Monday’s Rumour Mill
ROBERT Lewandowski has written a letter to Borussia Dortmund fans promising to give his all for the club before his summer switch to Bayern Munich.
MANAGER Arsene Wenger is in no doubt Theo Walcott has what it takes to lead the Arsenal attack, but he might have to do without the England forward in the next few weeks following a controversial end to the 2-0 FA Cup third-round win over Tottenham.
IAGO Aspas scored his first Liverpool goal to help them into the fourth round of the FA Cup – but it was far from an easy win over Oldham.
Billy Davies was in irrepressible form after his side’s 5-0 FA Cup thrashing of West Ham – announcing a new deal for club captain Andy Reid, stating his intention to keep hold of Jack Hobbs and even challenging a journalist to a race.
DAVID Moyes felt his Manchester United side were unlucky to go out of the FA Cup at the third-round stage against Swansea.
The race for the Championship title remains the tightest in Scotland’s four senior leagues after Hamilton won 3-1 at home to Queen of the South to keep the heat on leaders Dundee.
TWO late goals cost Hibernian two points against Dundee United yesterday, but Terry Butcher was still keen to accentuate the positive at the end of a festive programme in which his team has taken ten points from four games.
GEORGIOS SAMARAS will miss Celtic’s mid-season trip to Turkey as he ponders whether to sign a new contract with the Scottish champions.
FORMER Rangers winger Willie Henderson spoke last night of his grief on hearing the news that his great friend Eusebio had passed away aged 71.
NEIL Lennon believes Kris Commons is on course to secure a status as one of Celtic’s greatest players of the modern era after watching him play a pivotal role in their 4-0 win at St Mirren yesterday.
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