Motherwell staying up

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Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson admitted his main emotion was “pure relief” after his side secured their Ladbrokes Premiership safety with a 3-1 victory over Kilmarnock at Fir Park. Second-half goals from Lionel Ainsworth and Elliott Frear saw Moth …

Winter break confirmed

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The Ladbrokes Premiership will retain its winter break next season. The Scottish Professional Football League has confirmed it will repeat several changes introduced this season, including the winter break, Betfred Cup group stages and a pre-Christmas …

SPFL take tougher line on misbehaviour

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Scottish league chiefs hope to crack down on supporter misconduct after issuing a revised rule book. The Scottish Professional Football League now expect all 42 of its member clubs to take strict disciplinary measures against fans who step out of line …

Doncaster backs EPFL

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Neil Doncaster has added Scottish opposition to Champions League changes after the group that represents European leagues hit out at the reforms. The European Professional Football Leagues accused UEFA of breaching the terms of the deal that governs Eu …

Scottish clubs deadline day business

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With the Scottish transfer window shutting on Wednesday night, Scottish Premiership clubs are busy doing late business. Celtic have been boosted by a £30million Champions League windfall and could still add a central midfielder and Rangers are on the h …

Scottish Premiership: Winners and losers

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A new football season is upon us and, before a ball is kicked, it is nice to see the Independent report into the trouble at the Scottish cup final has prompted our first major argument of what is certain to be a turbulent, but very interesting Scottish …

Take a bow Leigh

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There is a moment when you have to take a step back, applaud and say, well done son. On Friday night, it arrived in the 21st minute when Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths scored his 50th goal for the club in his 60th start. The 25 year old deserves his place in …

Is the ba’ burst?

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IT is amazing what can be disguised by the metaphorical walking up to the knees in blood or peering through the smoke of flares cast on to a knobbly, rain-sodden football ground. The behaviour of Rangers and Celtic fans have dominated the agenda as Sco …

USNay!

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Have you booked your flights yet? Have you told your cousins in Boston to meet you at the hot-dog stall at gate 4 outside the stadium? What time does the train, plane and automobile leave for Dundee v Celtic in the USA? Yipee ki-ay! Go Celtic! Go the D …

The madness of King Dave

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Rangers chairman Dave King’s statement on Thursday evening has left me bewildered and bemused at the timing and tone of his comments. Defiant and definitive is the only way to sum up the words of the latest Dave in charge of Rangers. Mr King is like a …

Nade ready thanks to fitness coach

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Hamilton Accies striker Christian Nade insists he is primed for a return to action after being put through his paces by a fitness coach whom he describes as a ‘murderer’. Nade, 31, has found his first-team opportunities limited by striker Carlton Morri …

Logan admits he could leave Aberdeen

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Aberdeen defender Shay Logan admits he could leave the club at the end of the season. The 27-year-old’s contract is due to expire next summer, meaning he would be free to speak with any other clubs in the next transfer window. Logan has played 19 games …