Salvesen will joust with The Spartans in the IME Cup final after brushing aside Rosewell Miners with a thumping 6-0 victory.
Hibernian Ladies manager Willie Kirk believes his side will have the edge on opponents Inverness City after getting additional information on them from one of his players.
GEORGIOS Samaras set to exit Celtic as Neil Lennon admits he’s eyeing up five new signings; Michael Johnson to step down as Kilmarnock chairman as club announces it is debt-free and Hibs stopper Michael Nelson says anyone dropped from the team to face St Johnstone can have no complaints
THIS article comes after the third edition of our special podcasts ranking the players in each position in the Scottish Premiership.
TOMMY Wright faces a race against time to be back in harness before next month’s Scottish Cup semi-final with Aberdeen.
HEARTS face the prospect of being relegated before they next play a game after last night’s defeat to Dundee United but they might also be condemned to the second tier by their greatest rivals at Tynecastle next Sunday.
ARSENE Wenger has been called many things since he walked into Arsenal’s old marble-halled Highbury stadium in 1996 to launch one of the most successful eras in the club’s history.
ON THE only previous occasion he took part in an open-top bus parade, Adam Rooney felt a little out of place.
Scotland will play their Euro 2016 qualifier with Germany in September at the home of Champions League runners-up Borussia Dortmund.
ST MIRREN midfielder John McGinn says on-loan Aberdeen striker Josh Magennis deserves every bit of stick he receives for his League Cup final celebrations.
NEIL Lennon has resigned himself to the departure of Greek forward Georgios Samaras as he prepares to overhaul his first-team squad this summer.
FOR some of Celtic’s players, there is an added incentive on offer if they can wrap up the club’s third successive league title within the next eight days.
Even Manchester United’s impossibly dramatic Champions League victory over Olympiakos in midweek could not erase the deeply-etched impression that they have spent the past six months demonstrating one of football’s most frustrating oddities.
HIBERNIAN captain Michael Nelson believes not one of the Easter Road team that played in the 3-1 defeat away to Partick Thistle a week ago could have any comeback if they were left out for the club’s crucial encounter at Perth this afternoon.
DUNDEE United pushed Hearts closer to relegation from the Scottish Premiership as goals from Brian Graham and Nadir Ciftci gave Jackie McNamara’s side a 2-1 victory at Tynecastle on Friday night.
ROSS County midfielder Filip Kiss insists the Staggies can shake off their travel sickness to beat Motherwell on Saturday.
SCOTLAND will open their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a clash with Germany at the home of Champions League runners-up Borussia Dortmund.
William Gros wants showdown talks with Kilmarnock boss Allan Johnston after admitting he may have to quit Rugby Park.
Michael Nelson is hoping to ask questions of Hibernian’s top-six rivals St Johnstone by bouncing back to form against the Saints in Saturday’s crucial Scottish Premiership clash at McDiarmid Park.
RANGERS youngster Calum Gallagher admits he is struggling to get to grips with his first taste of fame.
Whitehill Welfare manager Mickey Lawson knows Sunday’s East of Scotland Qualifying Cup final opponents Spartans like the back of his hand.
He’s already sent holders Auchinleck Talbot crashing out the Junior Cup and now Bo’ness United striker Steven Hislop hopes to be a winner again when their last-16 clash finally gets under way tomorrow.
AN ALL-English clash was avoided in the Champions League quarter-final draw today, as Chelsea were drawn to face Paris St Germain and Manchester United were handed a tie with German side Bayern Munich.
FORMER Cowdenbeath chairman Jim Methven is believed to be heading up
ALLY McCoist believes former Ibrox strikers Kenny Miller and Kris Boyd are the men to lead the Ibrox club back into Scottish football’s top flight, and could make a move in the summer.
EX-Manchester United striker Federico Macheda linked with both Celtic and Rangers; Gary Locke admits silence from Lithuania is worrying; Terry Butcher still loves his job, and more.
Manchester United will take their usual place at the top table of European football in the Champions League quarter-finals draw this morning but, like an impoverished lord at a society dinner, they will hope no-one notices their moth-eaten garments.
TOMMY Wright was about to go under the knife yesterday but he was still picking the team to face Hibernian tomorrow.
HEARTS are hoping to take a major step towards exiting administration next Friday when UBIG’s eagerly-awaited creditors meeting takes place.
ST MIRREN manager Danny Lennon has not bothered to call referees chief John Fleming to complain about his side’s defeat to Dundee United last week – because he believes his players were the ones to blame.
Tottenham’s hopes of winning a trophy are over for another season, yet they will return from Portugal with renewed optimism after Nacer Chadli’s brace ended a three-match losing streak in a battling 2-2 draw with Benfica.
NOTHING, it seems, can wipe the collective smile from Aberdeen’s face this week. The city even bucked the national weather trend yesterday, enjoying a bright spell as much of the country endured torrential rain.
Ally McCoist has been to Brechin and back on a journey that he accepts has some distance yet to go, so he has asked to be forgiven if he cannot get exercised about a spat over ticket allocation for a Scottish Cup semi-final.
THE four biggest Edinburgh Festival Fringe operators have ditched their breakaway “comedy festival” – six years after being accused of trying to operate a cartel to squeeze out smaller venues and rival promoters.
Terry Butcher has told his Hibernian players to look to north London for the type of “conviction” he believes is required to rescue hopes of a top-six finish in the Scottish Premiership.
Hearts defender Brad McKay admits the club’s ongoing administration nightmare has left his Jambos future hanging in the balance.
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara believes his side will need to show the same fighting spirit which helped them overcome St Mirren when they travel to Tynecastle for Friday night’s Scottish Premiership clash against Hearts.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has revealed he has already spoken to two players as he eyes up signings for next season.
DONS manager Derek McInnes has been named as the SPFL Premiership Manager of the Month, with striker Adam Rooney named Player of the Month for February.
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