• SCOTLAND will get a painful reminder of their absence from this summer's Women's World Cup when they meet Canada in their opening Cyprus Cup match in Nicosia this evening (wed).

  • FORMER Rangers chairman Alistair Johnston has cautioned that the directors in waiting may be opening a Pandora's Box when they finally enter the Ibrox portals after the latest manoeuvring by Mike Ashley and his nominated representatives on the board.

  • JOHN BROWN, who has been a constant and vociferous critic of those in charge of Rangers since the financial catastrophe of 2012, believes it is the club's finest hour now that Dave King and his allies are on the verge of assuming control.

  • Steve Simonsen's reputation is "in danger of being further damaged" by the Scottish Football Association's decision to seek further punishment for the Rangers keeper's betting offences, according to his union.

  • Dundee United supremo Stephen Thompson last night admitted the controversial joint sale of Stuart Armstrong and Gary Mackay-Steven to Celtic was the WRONG thing for them on the park - but insists financially it was the right move.





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