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Aidan Smith: Queen of the South a play-off threat

High up in the main stand at Falkirk Stadium the wind was howling on an unseasonably cold day. As he jumped on the spot to keep warm, the wise old ex-pro reckoned that both Rangers and Hibernian would be shuddering at the threat posed by the third Championship team to qualify for the play-offs.

Scotsman.com  »  18d

John Hughes hails ‘unique and special’ Inverness

John Hughes can remember the exact moment his managerial career began in earnest. He has former assistant Brian Rice to thank for ensuring he concentrated fully on the job in hand, rather than try to juggle both playing and managing, as he was attempting to do at Falkirk.

Scotsman.com  »  18d

Hibs combine brawn and beauty against Bairns

THE good people of Falkirk were queueing up to sing Hibernian’s praises after the Leith team finally found a way to beat the Bairns and secure second place in the Championship. Scott Robertson acknowledged the compliments but said the play-offs were not a beauty contest and would not be won with

Scotsman.com  »  19d

Falkirk 0-3 Hibernian

Hibernian clinch second place in the Championship and a Premiership play-off semi-final berth by beating Falkirk.

BBC Sport  »  21d

Alan Stubbs & Peter Houston quash semi-final feud

THERE is enough riding on this afternoon’s clash between Falkirk and Hibernian without investing it with grudge-match properties. That, at least, is Alan Stubbs’ contention, prior to a reunion with Peter Houston that he anticipated would be framed in the context of their recent public spat.

Scotsman.com  »  21d

McCall: Rangers up to the task

Rangers manager Stuart McCall believes the battling spirit shown against Falkirk last weekend will stand his team in good stead as they bid to end the season on a high at Tynecastle on Saturday.

SkySports.com  »  23d

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Scottish Cup Final tickets to start at £5

TICKET prices for next month’s William Hill Scottish Cup Final between Falkirk and Inverness Caledonian Thistle have been cut in a bid to ensure a capacity crowd at Hampden for the showpiece occasion.

Scotsman.com  »  25d

Scottish Cup final prices cut

The Scottish FA, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Falkirk have announced a reduced ticket pricing policy for the William Hill Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

SkySports.com  »  26d

McCall ‘sickened’ as Rangers fans boo McCulloch

RANGERS manager Stuart McCall appealed for unity last night after admitting he was “very sad and sickened” at booing of Lee McCulloch during the club’s 2-2 draw with Falkirk that handed Hibs the advantage in the scrap for second place in the Championship.

Scotsman.com  »  27d

Rangers 2-2 Falkirk

Rangers are knocked off second place in the Scottish Championship, despite fighting back to draw with Falkirk.

BBC Sport  »  27d