On a day notable for the revival of Rudi Skacel’s career in Scottish football, it was instead Greig Spence’s return to Stark’s Park that stole the show as Alloa Athletic completed a perfect Betfred Cup group phase.
St Mirren boss Alex Rae was pleased with his side’s performance as they coasted past Edinburgh City only to tumble out of the League Cup on goal difference.
This Betfred Cup dead rubber marked the end of the phoney war for Falkirk as they prepared for the resumption of hostilities with Hibernian with a victory.
Rangers told to forget about making an approach for Preston striker Joe Garner; Efe Ambrose denies suggestions he’s close to joining Olympiakos and Neil Lennon confident of getting Marciano deal over the line
Emile Heskey linked with move to Rangers; Efe Ambrose denies suggestions he’s close to joining Olympiakos and Rangers told to forget about Preston striker Joe Garner;
Jordan Rossiter had Brendan Rodgers to thank two years ago when his boyhood dream came true and he made his first-team debut for Liverpool.
Neil Lennon listened as a list of names was read out to him. They were all players who have been linked to Hibernian in recent days. The manager smiled and then admitted to an active interest in two of them. Other than that he was giving little away.
JORDAN ROSSITER insists he owes a lot to Brendan Rodgers, but he’s looking forward to becoming a deadly rival in the season ahead.