Hearts fell to a narrow defeat to Manchester City in Robbie Neilson's first home game in charge.
ALAN HUTTON, the Scotland right-back, is back in Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert's plans after being completely frozen out for two years.
DEREK ADAMS, the Ross County manager, has signed three more players, the club has announced.
ANTOINE Griezmann scored 20 times for his club last season and was France's replacement for the injured Franck Ribery at the World Cup.
Louis van Gaal has given a number of young and fringe players the chance to prove themselves in his first Manchester United squad.
Jonny Hayes reckons shutting out Dutch opponents Groningen at Pittodrie has put Aberdeen in the driving seat ahead of their Europa League return in Holland.
Yaya Toure has vowed to remain at Manchester City as he asked for an end to a summer of speculation largely begun by his own agent.
Celtic will face either Legia Warsaw or St Patrick's in the Champions League third qualifying round if they come through their second-round tie against KR Reykjavik.
Newcastle United have paid tribute to two fans who died on flight MH17 on their way to support the club in New Zealand.
Germany captain Philipp Lahm has retired from international football.
Prince Buaben yesterday signed for Hearts on a one-year contract, becoming the sixth new player to arrive at the club this summer.
Scotland are now within seven places of England in the FIFA world rankings following the latter's disastrous showing at the World Cup in Brazil.
A GAME which didn't offer a goal and didn't provide any clues.
STUART McCALL, the Motherwell manager, had warned his team all week about the dangers of being hit on the break, being caught on the hop when it looks like you have everything under control.
Alan Stubbs, the Hibernian head coach, last night finished putting the finishing touches to his backroom team ahead of the new campaign in the SPFL Championship.
Jordan Morton, the former Hearts striker, has finalised an unexpected move to Bulgarian top-flight side Lokomotiv Plovdiv.
Louis van Gaal presented his Manchester United philosophy to the world yesterday and set his sights on the Barclays Premier League title.
St Johnstone would not bring a lead back with them but they will still feel as though they are out in front in their second round Europa League qualifying tie with Lucerne.
THE scenery has changed around him but Efe Ambrose continues to look at the bigger picture.
Caroline Weir, the Scotland captain, believes her side can beat the Netherlands tonight and win a place in the semi-finals of the Women's Under-19 Championship.
Aberdeen and Groningen fought out a goalless stalemate at Pittodrie as both sides cancelled each other out in the first leg of their Europa League second qualifying round tie.
Josh Law scored twice in the first 19 minutes of his Motherwell career, but Stuart McCall's men were pegged back by two penalties against Icelandic side Stjarnan at Fir Park.
Steven MacLean gave St Johnstone a crucial away goal to take back to Perth as they held Lucerne to a 1-1 draw in their Europa League second qualifying round first-leg tie.
Efe Ambrose says that Celtic are settling in well to the arrival of new manager Ronny Deila but stresses they will need time to adapt to his playing style.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick will miss up to the first three months of manager Louis van Gaal's reign with an ankle injury.
Louis van Gaal labelled Manchester United the biggest club in the world as he addressed the media for the first time since taking over at Old Trafford.
Prince Buaben has signed a one-year contract with Hearts following a successful trial.
Andoni Zubizarreta, the sports director at Barcelona, has defended the club's new signing Luis Suarez over his World Cup biting scandal, saying that nobody is perfect.
Rangers are to honour Sandy Jardine, their former captain, by renaming the Govan Stand at Ibrox after him.
SIMON RAMSDEN is understandably confident of sailing through his first competitive outing in six months against Stjarnan with flying colours.Prospering in the face of adversity, you see, is becoming second nature for everyone at Motherwell.