THERE were only a couple of minutes left and all the team’s efforts – some of them highly creative and deserving of the top division – looked like they would be in vain. So the fans thought they’d show their appreciation and burst into spontaneous applause. Guess what happened then? Hiberni
LET’S be honest: the current Rangers defence is no Iron Curtain. They say – and this is the fans talking – that Marius Zaliukas always has one big clanger in him while Lee McCulloch, creaking at 37, was recently booed by a home crowd when his slip led to a goal.
Rangers' Nicky Law says there can be no room for sympathy for his brother Josh in the Premiership play-off against Motherwell.
Celtic target Mitchell Dijks wants more time to consider his future before making a decision as Bitton pledges future to club; Dave King claims he was deceived by ex-Rangers owner David Murray and Scott Allan vows to stay and lead Hibs back to Premiership
Rangers can’t edit history says chairman as he looks to merit his own Ibrox place
ALAN Stubbs has vowed to take Hibs up as Championship winners next year, confident that his men will be capable of emulating the feats of their capital rivals Hearts and stave off the uncertainty of another play-off, writes Moira Gordon .
It took 18 years for Falkirk manager Peter Houston to fulfil his vow of returning to the club he loves, finds Moira Gordon
Greig was once voted the club's greatest ever player in a fans' poll