Aug 212016

Brendan composer has insisted Leigh Griffiths is not any cheat when the Celtic striker was set-aside for diving in their persuade St Johnstone. (Various)

Motherwell striker Scott McDonald reckons Celtic ar much better than Rangers on current type. (Sunday Mail, newspaper edition)


Mark Warburton has insisted Aston Villa owner Dr Tony Xia is talking “nonsense” with claims the Rangers boss scuppered the deal for Joleon Lescott. (Various)

Richie Foran has taken the blame for Caley Thistle’s trouncing at Hearts and secure reinforcements ar on the way to Inverness. (Various)

Joe Garner became the largest summer language for Rangers when being shocked by the Ibrox trophy area. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)

Hearts director of soccer Craig Levein insists head coach Robbie Neilson has full management over first-team affairs at Tynecastle. (Mail on Sunday, newspaper edition)

Mark Warburton makes some extent to his Rangers players throughout their 2-1 persuade painter
Mark Warburton has hit back at Aston Villa’s claims over the collapse of Joleon Lescott’s move
Mark Warburton admits he is reluctant to scour Europe for signings – as a result of Rangers cannot afford the “luxury” of rental them settle in. (Various)

Scottish soccer can learn at the beginning of next month whether or not it’s a future within the Champions League when Uefa unconcealed once they can announce their planned shake-up of the tournament. (Mail on Sunday)

Ross County boss Jim McIntyre has urged fans to trust his judgement within the transfer market when silencing his critics with a thumping persuade Kilmarnock. (Sunday Mail)

Partick weed boss Alan Archibald can hit Sean Welsh within the pocket for his batty red card against Aberdeen. (Scottish Sun)

Rory Loy believes it is time Dundee forgot concerning Kane Hemmings and Greg Stewart. (Various)

Kevin Thomson, the previous Hibs, Rangers and Dundee midfielder, has left Tranent Juniors when simply 3 appearances and one goal. (Scotland on Sunday).


Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Francis Everett Townsend insists there’s no likelihood of him shift off in his final year at the club before he takes over Scotland. (Mail on Sunday)

History was created at Murrayfield yesterday once Oban Lorne’s Dee writer was voted into workplace as president of the Scottish rugby football Union, that means she is going to become the governing body’s initial feminine president in 2 years’s time. (Scotland on Sunday)

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