IT IS a measure of how comfortably Hearts have eased to the Championship title this season that their sights have, for some time, been set on adding a record points and goals tally to the league trophy and resulting promotion back to the Premiership that have long since been secured.
THE biggest headache Rangers manager Stuart McCall faces after Saturdayâs salvaged point may not revolve around the likelihood that second place in the Championship has been surrendered to Hibernian. His biggest headache might centre on what to do about Lee McCulloch.
BRORA Rangersâ veteran centre back Grant Munro insists he wants to see his side promoted into the SPFL, even if it means he will walk away from the club and potentially the game of football altogether.
HIBERNIAN head coach Alan Stubbs claims the weekendâs Scottish Championship results will have no bearing on his approach for the final day despite his side moving above Rangers into second spot.
Greek Super League club Panathinaikos express an interest in departing Hearts captain and defender Danny Wilson.
RANGERS manager Stuart McCall appealed for unity last night after admitting he was âvery sad and sickenedâ at booing of Lee McCulloch during the clubâs 2-2 draw with Falkirk that handed Hibs the advantage in the scrap for second place in the Championship.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall was "sickened" by the Ibrox crowd's booing of Lee McCulloch during the draw with Falkirk.
East Fife seal their promotion play-off place in Scottish League Two with victory over Berwick Rangers.