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  1. Scotsman (Sport): Stevenson insists Hibs in competitive frame of mind

    ANYONE who thinks the Hibernian squad are taking it easy in the SPL has not seen them in training, Lewis Stevenson believes. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  2. Scotsman (Sport): Brown plans great escape after earning Dundee deal

    JOHN Brown was yesterday handed the job of Dundee manager on a permanent rather than interim basis but the new man insists the Dens Park club’s time in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League is not up just yet. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  3. Scotsman (Sport): McCall understands PFA award vote, but Mulgrew baffled

    CONTROVERSY over the Celtic-free PFA Scotland player of the year shortlist continued yesterday with Motherwell manager Stuart McCall insisting that Michael Higdon and his three fellow nominees deserve their place, and Parkhead defender Charlie Mulgrew backing his manager Neil Lennon’s view 
that it...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  4. Scotsman (Sport): Hasselbaink says he could leave Saints in summer

    STRIKER Nigel Hasselbaink has told St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas to start playing him or let him leave in the summer. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  5. Scotsman (Sport): Dr Jimmy Paterson: The good doctor of Rangers and Arsenal

    “ARE you not playing for the wrong side?” There are some things a Scottish footballer can never be prepared for, and one of them is playing for England. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  6. Scotsman (Sport): Lee Wallace won’t be risked on synthetic surface

    LEE Wallace will be rested for Rangers’ match at East Stirling today, but should return for the Third Division champions’ final league game of the season, at home to Berwick next Saturday. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  7. Scotsman (Sport): Suarez accepts biting ban and asks for forgiveness

    LIVERPOOL striker Luis Suarez has asked for forgiveness after accepting a ten-match ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in last weekend’s Premier League match. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  8. Scotsman (Sport): Boroughmuir Sevens title for Samurai Scottish

    COMPOSITE side Samurai Scottish lifted the silverware in the Central Taxis Boroughmuir Sevens at Meggetland – the second leg of the Arnold Clark Legacy Series – last night, winning 39-14 over a Howe of Fife outfit that eventually ran out of steam against opponents comprising largely professionals...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 01:30 AM
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  9. Scotsman (Sport): Lee Jones set for World Sevens Series return

    EDINBURGH’s Test winger Lee Jones is in line for a return to the HSBC World Sevens Series in Glasgow next weekend as Scotland seek to avoid relegation. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  10. Scotsman (Sport): Hawick aim to beat Dundee HSFP for Leck pick-me-up

    HAWICK will bid to do their coach Phil Leck proud this afternoon by beating Dundee HSFP in a new promotion/relegation play-off and returning to the RBS Premiership, while he suffers an anxious couple of hours in hospital. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  11. Scotsman (Sport): Electric shocks spark Graeme Dott fightback

    SHAUN Murphy felt the full force of an electrified Graeme Dott as the Scot hauled himself level in their high-stakes Crucible battle. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  12. Scotsman (Sport): Barcelona Open: Rafael Nadal sails into semis

    RAFAEL Nadal came through two matches in a few hours to book his place in the semi-finals of the Barcelona Open. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  13. Scotsman (Sport): Dundee hope to toughen up with arrival of overseas duo

    DUNDEE HSFP knew life would be tough when they accepted an offer to replace Fauldhouse in the CSL Eastern First Division this season. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  14. Scotsman (Sport): Cycling: Chris Froome leads pack in Switzerland

    CHRIS Froome maintained his six-second lead at the Tour de Romandie in Switzerland yesterday by finishing safely within the peloton on stage three. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:50 AM
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  15. Scotsman (Scottish News): Parents must take lead over measles jabs - expert

    SCOTTISH parents must make sure their children are vaccinated against measles to protect themselves and others from the devastating consequences, an expert has warned. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 27-04-2013 12:20 AM
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  16. Scotsman (Sport): Nathan Hines on resuming the battle with O’Connell

    AS THE season heads towards the serious business of big European clashes and British and Irish Lions squad announcements, there is more than enough cause for solemnity. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:40 PM
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  17. Scotsman (Sport): Glenn Gibbons: Worries rocking Rangers supporters

    RANGERS supporters these days must open the papers and tune into television and radio news programmes with the kind of dread with which the wives and mothers of wartime soldiers would scan the latest casualty lists. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:40 PM
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  18. Scotsman (Sport): Nacho Novo keen on return to Rangers next season

    SPANISH striker Nacho Novo has revealed he wants to return to Rangers next season. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:40 PM
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  19. Scotsman (Sport): McCoist says Rangers ‘take over’ talk is ‘nonsense’

    ALLY McCoist has launched an impassioned defence of himself and Walter Smith after the pair were accused on a fans’ website of trying to take over Rangers. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:40 PM
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  20. Scotsman (Scottish News): Unionists see Scots as poor and stupid - Robertson

    SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson has claimed the “No” campaign is based on the idea that Scots are “uniquely poor”, “stupid” and “incapable” of self-government. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:40 PM
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  21. Scotsman (Sport): Interview: Andy Roxburgh’s focus is on the MLS

    AS MARK Wotte was appointed by the SFA to provide a blueprint for the future of Scottish football, Andy Roxburgh was winding up an 18-year stint at Uefa, having led the overhaul of the European game’s grassroots infrastructure. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:00 PM
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  22. Scotsman (Sport): Rory Lamont retires from professional rugby

    GLASGOW and Scotland full-back Rory Lamont has been forced to retire from professional rugby after being told he faces another operation. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:00 PM
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  23. Scotsman (Sport): Dundee manager John Brown given two-year deal

    JOHN Brown has been upgraded from interim manager to permanent manager of Dundee – then insisted he’s just a “loveable guy” despite what his critics think. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 11:00 PM
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  24. Scotsman (Sport): Ross County 1 - 0 Dundee United: Sproule the hero

    AN IVAN Sproule header earned Ross County their first SPL victory over Dundee United in 11 attempts last night and at the same time boosted their hopes of securing European football. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 09:30 PM
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  25. Scotsman (Sport): Bingo hopes Preston will click on day

    Preston Athletic go into tomorrow’s King Cup semi-final against Berwick Rangers Reserves with manager David Bingham adamant that his players will have “all guns 
blazing and going for a cup 
final place.” More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:50 PM
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  26. Scotsman (Sport): Spartans and Whitehill to clash in Cup

    Spartans and Whitehill Welfare, two of the keenest rivals in East of Scotland League football over the past two decades, clash in the semi-final of the King Cup with both sides determined to reach the final. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:10 PM
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  27. Scotsman (Sport): Linlithgow look to seal Super League title tonight

    DEFENDER Jamie McKenzie hopes to see the Linlithgow Rose Social Club ‘bouncing’ again tomorrow night as the Prestonfield side look to clinch the Super League title. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:10 PM
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  28. Scotsman (Sport): Haddington boss wants to put Hi-His on a high

    Haddington boss Steven McLeish is confident his team are back on song as they bid for promotion to the Premier League. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:10 PM
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  29. Scotsman (Sport): Chris Hughton warns of Twitter ‘boundaries’

    Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has warned footballers to be wary of social media after defender Ryan Bennett fell foul of his Twitter account. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  30. Scotsman (Sport): Golf: Record entry for US Open at Merion

    This year’s US Open at Merion has attracted a record total of 9,860 entries, the USGA announced yesterday. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  31. Scotsman (Sport): Pepe Reina hits out at ‘absurd’ Suarez ban

    LIVERPOOL goalkeeper Pepe Reina has said the ten-match ban given to his team-mate Luis Suarez for biting an opponent is “absurd” and “excessive”. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  32. Scotsman (Sport): Golf: Troon draws top field for amateur showdown

    TESTIMONY to Troon as one of the most popular venues in golf has been underlined by the strength of the field for the Helen Holm Trophy, which starts today in Ayrshire. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  33. Scotsman (Sport): Golf: McLeary sole Scot to make Madrid cut

    Scottish players suffered a disappointing start to the circuit’s run in mainland Europe as Jamie McLeary was the only one out of nine starters to make the halfway cut in the Madrid Challenge. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  34. Scotsman (Sport): Snooker: Graeme Dott last hope of Scot in quarters

    JOHN Higgins, Stephen Maguire and Marcus Campbell all crashed out in the first round of the World Championship earlier this week and, if Graeme Dott fails to overturn a 6-2 defcit against Shaun Murphy when their second-round match resumes today it will be the first time in 25 years that there has...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  35. Scotsman (Sport): Basel 1-2 Chelsea: Chelsea in driving seat

    David Luiz’s last-gasp free-kick earned Chelsea a narrow victory over Basel in last night’s Europa League semi-final first leg at St Jakob Park. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  36. Scotsman (Sport): Paul Lambert leads praise for German model

    ASTON Villa manager Paul Lambert feels the Barclays Premier League can learn a lot from the Bundesliga model after watching his former side Borussia Dortmund stun Europe on Wednesday night. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  37. Scotsman (Sport): Lucinda Russell sets new best with double

    TRAINER Lucinda Russell reached a new personal best of 58 wins when recording a 63-1 double with Lone Foot Laddie and Urban Kode on the second day of the Perth Festival, writes Gordon Brown. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  38. Scotsman (Sport): Higher SPL finish won’t affect Aberdeen budget

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is seeking the right balance in team selection between the need to assess his squad and secure more prize-money. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  39. Scotsman (Sport): World Cup fixed by dictators says Fifa seminar

    Football’s biggest prize has twice been won with the help of dictators fixing matches for the host team, according to a Fifa-hosted conference on World Cup history. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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  40. Scotsman (Sport): Golf: McDonald and Gibbs claim Crail crowns

    Stirling’s Jack McDonald completed a wire-to-wire victory in the BUCS Student Tour Championship Finals at Crail, where the ladies’ title was claimed by Rebecca Gibbs (Kingston). More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 26-04-2013 12:00 AM
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