A UNION of Kilmarnock fans groups has stated its intention to bid for the club - if they become debt-free.
RANGERS captain Lee McCulloch feels his team could be on the verge of a special season as they chase silverware on three fronts.
THE Spartans secured their place in the semi-finals of the IME Cup with a 5-3 win on Sunday against fellow Division 1 side Victoria Park Rangers.
Hibs’ youngsters won automatic qualification to the knockout stages of the Central Taxis East of Scotland League Cup.
FORMER Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo is believed to have thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant managerial post at Oxford United.
JOE Ledley has admitted his regrets over his move from Celtic, Aberdeen’s Peter Pawlett is tipped for awards, and Andy Robertson is set to make the Scotland squad, plus more from around the SPFL in Tuesday’s Rumour Mill
WHILE Hibs’ shock Scottish Cup exit at the hands of Raith Rovers on Saturday has left many fans of the Easter Road club wondering how a side which finally looked to have established some solidity over Christmas and new year can so quickly have regressed to such lacklustre form, former player Keith...
Cardiff face being without Craig Bellamy for a critical period of their battle for Premier League survival after the striker was charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
IF fate had been kind to Todd Lumsden, he would be leading Albion Rovers down the Ibrox tunnel for a place in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup on what would be his greatest moment in football.
IT IS a mark of the implausible standards set by Sir Alex Ferguson that Willie Miller’s time as Aberdeen manager is regarded as a failure.
WILLIE Miller has urged Scotland manager Gordon Strachan to consider Aberdeen central defender Mark Reynolds for a call-up to his squad for next month’s friendly in Poland.
ENGLAND’S record cap holder Peter Shilton has urged Fraser Forster to leave Celtic and return south of the Border if he is serious about making the breakthrough into Roy Hodgson’s team, claiming he often has “very little to do” in domestic games in Scotland.
FIRST Minister Alex Salmond has urged energy giant ScottishPower to double the size of Scotland’s biggest hydro power station, a move which he claims would create 1,000 jobs and “keep the lights on” across the UK.
RICHARD Gough and Alex Rae have become the first two former Rangers players to back a scheme that could hand the club’s supporters power at Ibrox.
Broxburn achieved their first-ever win over Linlithgow Rose in the Super League – putting a major dent in the champions’ title hopes in the process.
Keith McLeod’s incredible run of scoring in 14 consecutive games came to an end as East Kilbride held Lowland League table-toppers Spartans to a 0-0 draw at Ainslie Park.
Preston Athletic were made to work exceedingly hard and dig deep into their energy resources to defeat Lowland League basement club Selkirk with only a late goal from striker Sean Martin sealing the home side’s victory.
Edinburgh City manager Gary Jardine wants his team to harvest as many league points as they can during the remainder of the season after a 2-1 home win over Dalbeattie Star made it back-to-back wins.
Newtongrange consolidate their position at the top of the Super League with a 2-0 home win over Sauchie.
Musselburgh held Bo’ness to a draw in a six-goal Super League thriller at Olivebank.
THE William Hill Scottish Cup provided the backdrop to another exciting weekend of football and the Scotsman Weekly Website Awards once again reward the great and the good (as well as the not-so-good).
DAVE King warns of the ‘critical’ state of Rangers’ finances, Anthony Stokes admits he is puzzled by Celtic’s poor knockout form, and Hibs’ Liam Craig calls his side a ‘disgrace’, plus more from the SPFL in Monday’s Rumour Mill.
THE Hibs players who trudged off the Easter Road turf on Saturday can thank their lucky stars that the transfer window is closed because, judging by the mood of manager Terry Butcher, there could have been more wheeling and dealing in the offing if the opportunity to do so was there.
AS FIRST games in a new job go Dundee’s new manager, Paul Hartley, had a cracker, as his side defeated promotion rivals Hamilton Accies 1-0 to move back to the top of the Championship table.
RYAN Gauld has credited his sunshine break in Spain with helping recharge his batteries as the 18-year-old looks to become as influential in the last few weeks of the season as he was in the opening months.
BARRY ROBSON likes what he sees when he looks around the Aberdeen dressing room. The former Scotland midfielder knows the mentality which is required to collect silverware and there are unquestionably promising signs for the Pittodrie club at the moment.
Manchester United manager David Moyes was left to count the cost of a lack of a clinical edge up front as his side drew 2-2 with Fulham at Old ­Trafford.
A CONSUMER complaint is made in Scotland every 18 seconds according to a new report which found that householders are far more likely to take action over problems relating to issues such as energy and retail than they would have been 12 months ago.
It WAS always tempting to wonder whether the football club bearing the city’s name could lift off in the way Aberdeen has during a second oil boom. The signs were not always promising.
THEY had gone five games without getting a goal but, against Hibs, it took Raith Rovers just six minutes to end the drought and kickstart their season with the kind of triumph that will bolster confidence as they face up to big games ahead.
HALF empty or half full? You could apply either description to Celtic Park on Saturday which, with the top tier closed, was operating at just over 50 per cent capacity.
ABERDEEN have been rewarded for their victory over Celtic with a home tie in the last eight of the Scottish Cup against Championship side Dumbarton.
DUNDEE United progressed to the quarter-final of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a deserved win over St Mirren at Tannadice in their televised last-16 tie.
CELTIC defender Efe Ambrose reveals desire to play in England, Adam Matthews on Joe Ledley’s departure, Lennon demands more from team and Butcher vows to drop cup flops.
THE date was 26 June, 2003, the venue Stade de Gerland in Lyon. Eric Djemba-Djemba can remember everything about the match between Cameroon and Colombia, a Confederations Cup semi-final in which his friend and team-mate, Marc-Vivien Foe, collapsed with a fatal heart condition.
CELTIC manager Neil Lennon admitted his team had gone against type and club traditions with a feckless display that puts yet one more black mark on the Irishman’s cup record at the helm.
BRENDAN Rodgers insisted that Liverpool are still not in the title race despite their 5-1 demolition of deposed leaders Arsenal at Anfield.
TRANSITION is a football buzzword. If your group – the buzzword for team – cannot do transition then you’re way out of date, although if you’ve always been able to move the ball quickly from defence to attack you should be fine because that’s all transition really is.
ON a day of shocks elsewhere in the Scottish Cup, a victory for either of these teams would not have added to the surprises, but it was Dumbarton who booked their place in today’s quarter-final draw, harbouring dreams of yet more progress in the coveted competition.
WHEN Albion Rovers started their Scottish Cup campaign they went into the second-round clash with Spartans having failed to win any of their last 12 ties in any cup competition.
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