ROBBIE Neilson says win against Rangers at Ibrox heralded start of Hearts’ title challenge; Jordan Rhodes set for Scotland chance against Gibraltar; Kenny Miller suggests service to Rangers strikers lacking, plus the rest of today’s football news and gossip
Managers Grant Murray and Alan Stubbs react to Raith Rovers' 2-1 win over Hibernian in the Championship.
HEARTS manager Robbie Neilson admitted that he had allowed himself to start dreaming of a league title the minute his men beat Rangers on the opening day of the Championship season.
BEFORE yesterday’s game against Cowdenbeath at Ibrox, the problems facing Rangers appeared obvious to many observers: put simply, their strikers don’t strike, or at least not often enough.
Hearts owner Ann Budge says head coach Robbie Neilson has exceeded all expectations in the Scottish Championship.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall likens Haris Vuckic to former Ibrox favourite Alexei Mikhailichenko after Cowdenbeath win.
A DIRE opening 45 minutes must have had supporters of both sides looking forward to next weekend’s Petrofac Training Cup Final meeting between the pair with little short of trepidation.
FALKIRK squandered the chance to claim a top-four spot as a superb late strike from Archie Campbell claimed the points for Dumbarton.