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  1. Scotsman (Football): Chelsea 1 - 2 Sunderland: Blues left stunned

    JOSE Mourinho oozed irony as he hailed referee Mike Dean and referees’ boss Mike Riley for “unbelievable” performances in the wake of Chelsea’s Barclays Premier League title-threatening 2-1 home defeat to Sunderland. More...

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  2. Scotsman (Football): Paul Forsyth: The problem is not Twitter

    IF you had been bold enough to predict, just a few short years back, that one of the most influential, provocative and potentially dangerous developments in modern football would be something called Twitter – an inescapable, 24/7 messaging service, delivered in grammatically-challenged...

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  3. Scotsman (Football): Real v Bayern: A rivalry rich in acrimony

    TWO of the biggest and most successful clubs in European football, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, have developed an intense, longstanding rivalry, the latest chapter of which will be written in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final tie at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday night. ...

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  4. Scotsman (Football): Hearts administrator Bryan Jackson still has work

    WHILE it might have been assumed that Bryan Jackson would have got a long overdue good night’s sleep on Wednesday after creditors of the failed Lithuanian bank Ukio Bankas finally agreed to sell their shares in Hearts, the administrator says he will not get the rest he craves until the essential...

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  5. Scotsman (Football): Morton 1 - 0 Dundee: The Ton blow title race open

    RELEGATED Morton produced the shock result the day – if not the season – to cut down pre-match league leaders Dundee and drop the Taysiders out of the automatic promotion slot and into the lottery of the play-offs with two nail-biting rounds of fixtures remaining. Dougie Imrie’s late winner now...

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  6. Scotsman (Football): Hearts benefactor Ann Budge praises fans

    ANN Budge, the businesswoman bankrolling the rescue of Hearts, has told fellow fans that they are within touching distance of putting the troubles of the past couple of seasons behind them and “bringing our club home”. More...

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  7. Scotsman (Football): Kilmarnock 1 - 2 Partick Thistle

    “DEJA VU”. That was Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald’s answer when asked what he felt as he watched his side create a number of first-half chances only to find themselves staring another defeat in the face. More...

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  8. Scotsman (Football): St Johnstone 2 - 0 Dundee United: McNamara in stand

    St Johnstone struck first blood against Scottish Cup final opponents Dundee United as a one-sided Premiership encounter at McDiarmid Park finished 2-0. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 07:10 PM
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  9. Scotsman (Football): Kilmarnock 1 - 2 Partick: Jags climb table

    Aaron Taylor-Sinclair headed a late winner as Partick came from behind to climb out of second-bottom spot in the Scottish Premiership with a 2-1 victory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 07:10 PM
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  10. Scotsman (Football): St Mirren 2 - 0 Hibs: play off fears rise for Hibs

    Hibernian lasted just 12 seconds before conceding in their 2-0 loss to 10-man St Mirren as the Leith side were sucked even further towards relegation trouble. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 07:10 PM
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  11. Scotsman (Football): Hearts 2 - 0 Ross County: Hearts savour win

    Hearts capped off a momentous week off the pitch after second-half goals from Jamie Hamill and Dale Carrick wrapped up a 2-0 win which pushed Ross County into the Scottish Premiership relegation play-off place. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 05:50 PM
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  12. Scotsman (Football): St Mirren 2 - 0 Hibs: play off fears rise for Hibs

    Hibernian lasted just 12 seconds before conceding in their 2-0 loss to 10-man St Mirren as the Leith side were sucked even further towards relegation trouble. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 05:50 PM
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  13. Scotsman (Football): Motherwell 3 - 3 Celtic: poor defence costs Celtic

    A dramatic late strike from John Sutton gave Motherwell a share of the spoils in an enthralling 3-3 Scottish Premiership encounter against champions Celtic at Fir Park. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 03:20 PM
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  14. Scotsman (Football): Rumour Mill: Saturday’s football news and gossip

    Today... More...

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  15. Scotsman (Local Football): Amateurs: South Gyle stung by Thistle

    LAURISTON THISTLE took all three points in their final home league game of the season on Wednesday evening, beating table-toppers South Gyle 5-3. Going into the fixture at East Pilton Park, South Gyle were hoping to pick up a vital win in their Lothian West league title quest, with Lauriston...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 11:40 AM
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  16. Scotsman (Football): Barry Ferguson denies dressing-room unrest

    BARRY Ferguson concedes tensions at Bloomfield Road are naturally high, but he played down a public confrontation between coach Bob Malcolm and striker Stephen Dobbie during their 1-0 loss to Burnley. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 02:50 AM
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  17. Scotsman (Football): Celtic: Neil Lennon laments Brown’s PFA omission

    AFTER what he perceived as a snub last season, Neil Lennon has declared himself satisfied with the quota of Celtic players nominated for Cheque Centre PFA Scotland Premiership player of the year earlier this week. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 02:50 AM
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  18. Scotsman (Football): Hearts: Budge needs time to complete deal

    ANN Budge has asked Hearts fans to remain patient while the transfer of ownership to her Bidco 1874 company is formalised over the coming weeks. More...

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  19. Scotsman (Football): Rangers: McCoist awaits news on player budget

    Ally McCoist says he is as keen as any Rangers fan to read chief executive Graham Wallace’s review of the club’s finances next week. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 19-04-2014 02:10 AM
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  20. Scotsman (Football): Gers fans play a dangerous game over Ibrox tickets

    IN ROBERT Bolt’s play and film, A Man For All Seasons, Sir Thomas More assembles his numerous domestic staff to break the bad news that he has fallen on irredeemably hard times. “I am no longer a great man,” he begins. “And since I am no more a great man, I no longer need a great household. Nor can...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 11:20 PM
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  21. Scotsman (Football): INVERNESS 0 ABERDEEN 0: Stalemate in Inverness

    Aberdeen moved four points clear of Motherwell in the race for second place after a hard fought goalless draw with Inverness in the Highland capital. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 10:40 PM
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  22. Scotsman (Football): 12 best midfielders in the Scottish Premiership

    THIS WAS the toughest dozen to assemble thus far. In our other lists - Goalkeepers, Full-Backs and Centre Backs - the main problem was ordering the top 12 rather than select who was to be in it. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 09:00 PM
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  23. Scotsman (Football): Stevie May still focussed on league business

    St Johnstone striker Stevie May insists the William Hill Scottish Cup finalists still have unfinished business in the Scottish Premiership. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 06:30 PM
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  24. Scotsman (Football): Lennon backs Griffiths to stay at Celtic

    NEIL Lennon is confident that Leigh Griffiths will still be a Celtic player next season, despite the striker facing club, police and Scottish FA investigations over racism allegations. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 05:50 PM
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  25. Scotsman (Football): Ryan Gauld says Dundee United doubters were wrong

    Dundee United midfielder Ryan Gauld and his youthful team-mates were determined to prove they were as strong as any previous Tannadice squad following gloomy predictions. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 04:40 PM
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  26. Scotsman (Football): Maurice Malpas confident Hibs will beat drop

    Hibernian assistant manager Maurice Malpas hopes to see Hearts again next season - but only in a cup clash, as he is confident his side won’t be joining them in the Championship. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 03:20 PM
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  27. Scotsman (Football): Kris Boyd pleased with player of the year nod

    KRIS Boyd feels his nomination for PFA Scotland’s player of the year award is vindication of his belief and determination that he could return to the top level in Scotland. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 03:20 PM
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  28. Scotsman (Football): Ann Budge urged to keep Locke as Hearts manager

    HEARTS midfielder Ryan Stevenson has pleaded with prospective owner Ann Budge to give boss Gary Locke a chance to prove himself under “normal” circumstances. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 02:40 PM
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  29. Scotsman (Local Football): Spartans captain says imminent title win is ‘special’

    Spartans captain Kevin Sivewright will have the honour of lifting the inaugural Lowland League crown when the trophy is presented to the champions-elect next month. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 01:00 PM
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  30. Scotsman (Local Football): Whitehill Welfare head south in fine fettle

    Whitehill Welfare travel south to face Vale of Leithen tomorrow buoyed by Tuesday night’s City Cup final victory over senior opposition Berwick Rangers. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 01:00 PM
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  31. Scotsman (Local Football): Easthouses can lift league title with a win over Hibs EOS

    On one side, a collection of some of the most talented teenage footballers in the country with aspirations of playing at the highest levels the game can offer. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 01:00 PM
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  32. Scotsman (Local Football): Lothian Thistle look to extend home run

    Having last week won the Central Taxis Premier Division title, Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale will turn their attention to cup glory when they entertain Lowland League club East Kilbride tomorrow at Saughton Enclosure. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 01:00 PM
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  33. Scotsman (Football): United boss McNamara to take place in Final dugout

    JACKIE McNamara will be able to take his place in the dugout for the William Hill Scottish Cup final after Dundee United withdrew their appeal against his touchline ban. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 11:40 AM
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  34. Scotsman (Football): Rangers fans demand Graham Wallace bonus truth

    RANGERS fans have demanded Ibrox chief Graham Wallace reveals whether he is in line for a £300,000 bonus. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 11:00 AM
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  35. Scotsman (Football): Virgil van Dijk dismisses talk of move to England

    CELTIC defender Virgil van Dijk has poured cold water on rumours linking him with a summer move to the English Premier League. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 10:10 AM
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  36. Scotsman (Football): Rumour Mill: Celtic track Chahechouhe | Rangers

    CELTIC have been linked with Sivasspor midfielder Aatif Chahechouhe and Wolves stopper Richard Stearman; Gary Locke should learn his Hearts future in the next two weeks; United’s Armstrong reveals Bundesliga dream and more More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 08:50 AM
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  37. Scotsman (Football): No extra title pressure on Liverpool, says Rodgers

    BRENDAN Rodgers insists there is no extra pressure on Premier League title favourites Liverpool and that shock results for Manchester City and Everton are a warning sign. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 03:30 AM
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  38. Scotsman (Football): Jim Jefferies says he feared the worst for Hearts

    JIM Jefferies has confessed that the liquidation of Rangers two years ago made him fear the worst for his beloved Hearts – and he is refusing to get too excited until the club’s safety is “signed, sealed and delivered”. More...

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  39. Scotsman (Football): Inverness motivated by Euro vision

    BILLY McKay knows the trophy chances have gone – but one big prize still lies in wait. Inverness Caley Thistle’s dreams of League Cup silverware faded by the narrowest of margins on a heartbreaking day at Celtic Park against tonight’s opponents. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 02:50 AM
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  40. Scotsman (Football): Commons: Treble defines the top-class Celtic sides

    WHILE a league title, Champions League group stage qualification and the very realistic possibility of being named PFA Scotland player of the year would amount to a successful season for most players, Kris Commons is not most players. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 18-04-2014 02:50 AM
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