TWO of the saviours of Hearts, Ann Budge and Ian Murray MP, hailed a momentous day for the club yesterday after a deal was struck to transfer a crucial 29% shareholding from Lithuania.
NICKY LAW has revealed that playing for Rangers is the most scrutinised he has felt in his career.
Gordon McDougall, the Livingston chairman, admits the club is facing a constant battle to survive after recently announcing losses of £365,000.
Marco Paixao, the former Hamilton Academical striker, has gained support in an online poll to be called up to the Portuguese national team for the World Cup finals.
PAUL Lambert's future at Aston Villa might not be as deeply in jeopardy as first impressions had indicated.
Terry Butcher, the manager of Hibernian, has been dealt yet another injury blow with the news that striker Paul Heffernan will miss the rest of the season.
Celtic have reportedly agreed to play Liverpool in an end-of-season friendly match to be held in Mauritius.
Roy MacGregor, the Ross County chairman, says that his team's management staff and players have stumped up to help pay for supporters to travel to Saturday's match away to Hearts.
THE big days are filled with all the wee things.
IT should get interesting again for Rangers next season.
Gareth Bale scored the most important goal of his career to win the Copa del Rey for Real Madrid, netting the decisive goal against fierce rivals Barcelona in the final at the Mestalla.
Rangers midfielder Nicky Law admits he has struggled to get his head around the flak that comes with being an Ibrox player.
Three Rangers players have been nominated for the Cheque Centre PFA Scotland League One player of the year award.
Hearts are "effectively safe from liquidation" after Ukio Bankas agreed to transfer its shares in the adminstration-hit Edinburgh club.