MOTHERWELL manager Ian Baraclough believes there is a collective desire within Scottish football for Rangers to defeat his team in the Premiership play-off final.
ON THE day he was appointed Rangers manager, 11 weeks ago today, Stuart McCall was quick to outline what he regarded as his nightmare scenario.
STEPHEN McManus appreciates more than most that victories over Rangers when Ibrox is filled to capacity don’t come easily.
IT COULD be too much to
expect Rory Loy to be included in the Falkirk starting line-up for Saturday’s Scottish Cup final. Having just completed a full 12 weeks rehabilitation following a leg stress fracture, it could be that the best the departing
striker can hope for is a place on the benc
Ian Murray MP, one of the
driving forces behind Hearts’ successful exit from administration, has stepped down as chairman of the Foundation of Hearts (FoH) and relinquished his
position on the Tynecastle club’s board of directors.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall admits he feels partly to blame for Motherwell's place in the Premiership play-off final.
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Premiership play-off final first leg between Rangers and Motherwell.
Dumbarton confirm the appointment of Stephen Aitken as manager as the 38-year-old leaves Stranraer.