THE number of domestic abuse calls to police almost doubled on the day of a Celtic v Rangers Scottish Cup match earlier this month.
Celtic strolled to their third Glasgow Cup Final win with an emphatic win over Rangers last night.
Billionaire businessman Mike Ashley is awaiting a civil judge’s decision on whether he has to pay the legal bills of the Scottish Football Association and Rangers chairman Dave King.
Paul Lambert is installed as favourite for the Celtic manager's job as a Rangers target admits he could move this summer.
After three goals on Tuesday against Dumbarton, James Keatings has already ensured he will finish a third successive season in double figures, for a third different team. Now he is desperate to make it a hat-trick of promotions.
Peter Houston knows that people have been waiting for his team to crumble. The assumption was that when the Championship pressure was turned up, they would cave to the might of Rangers and Hibs and have to settle for a third place at best. But so far his squad have stood strong.
Mark Warburton believes his efforts to sign players from England have been hampered by an ongoing perception of Rangers as a club in crisis in the aftermath of their financial collapse in 2012.
• Ashley abandons application during court of session hearing in Edinburgh • Scottish Football Association cleared King to sit on Rangers board last May Mike Ashley has dropped attempts to force a judicial review of the Scottish Football Association’s decision to declare the Rangers chairman, Dave…