Ally McCoist, the manager of Rangers, admits the return of Lewis Macleod from injury was like acquiring a new signing after the midfielder inspired the Ibrox side to a 1-0 win over Ottawa Fury in Canada.
HULL CITY have had a bid accepted for Andy Robertson, the Scotland and Dundee United left-back, according to reports last night.
A 140-year-old club will start another season at its 128-year-old ground tomorrow.
MOTHERWELL slipped to a shock defeat in Iceland last night to an extra-time goal from Stjarnan and became the only Scottish side to exit Europe in the process.
THE nerves of every St Jonhstone supporter, not to mention their management and players, were strung out as tight as piano wire last night.
Kenny Shiels, the former manager of both Kilmarnock and Morton, has been appointed head of coaching at the Forth Valley Football Academy.
JIM JEFFERIES, the Dunfermline manager, insists his side must gain promotion back to the SPFL Championship this season if they are to safeguard their status as a full-time club.
A textbook display of counter attacking football earned Aberdeen a richly deserved victory in Groningen and set up a mouthwatering tie against Real Sociedad.
Alan Mannus was St Johnstone's hero as they won through to the third qualifying round of the Europa League courtesy of a dramatic penalty shoot-out.
Motherwell threw away a lead for the third time in their Europa League qualifier against Stjarnan to suffer a 3-2 extra-time defeat and crash out of the tournament in Iceland.
Aberdeen set up a Europa League clash with Real Sociedad after first-half goals from Adam Rooney and Niall McGinn earned them a memorable 2-1 win over Groningen in Holland.
Frank Lampard has signed for New York City FC, the Major League Soccer franchise have announced.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist admitted the return of Lewis Macleod was like a new signing after the midfielder inspired the team to a 1-0 friendly win over Ottawa Fury in Canada.
IT sounds odd to say this, but Celtic can take considerable encouragement from the fact their new manager does not seem entirely happy.
FROM the moment Aberdeen and Groningen drew each other in the Europa League second qualifying round one word was uttered repeatedly from both camps:
Officials of HNK Rijeka last night denied any of their players racially abused Manchester City's Seko Fofana during a pre-season friendly on Tuesday.