WHEN he was asked in the immediate aftermath of play-off defeat who he fancied would secure the final place in next seasonâ€™s Premiership, an obviously disappointed Alan Stubbsâ€™ response was curt but, in the circumstances, completely understandable. â€œI couldnâ€™t care less who wins that one,â€
RAY McKinnon has insisted he was always committed to becoming Raith Roversâ€™ new manager, despite his appointment being delayed because of an interview for the St Mirren job.
Ross County complete transfer of Queen of the South midfielder Ian McShane, who signs on a three-year contract.
Rangers have been restricted to 1,500 tickets for the second leg of the Scottish Premiership play-off final against Motherwell at Fir Park.
Haris Vuckic says he will wait until the end of the season before he decides on his future with Rangers.
THERE were only a couple of minutes left and all the teamâ€™s efforts â€“ some of them highly creative and deserving of the top division â€“ looked like they would be in vain. So the fans thought theyâ€™d show their appreciation and burst into spontaneous applause. Guess what happened then? Hiberni
LETâ€™S be honest: the current Rangers defence is no Iron Curtain. They say â€“ and this is the fans talking â€“ 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.