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The co-founder of Glasgow City, Laura Montgomery, is looking for £1.5 million to pay for a purpose-built stadium

Alan Campbell on women's football: Homes away from home are not the way forward

The press box: an ivory tower for the overworked and underqualified

Hugh MacDonald: Five things I've learned about match reporting in Scotland

Maria Sharapova broke the rules but should more emphasis have been placed on scientific evidence before meldonium was placed on the banned list?

Anti-doping expert Dick Pound’s ‘Holy Trinity’ philosophy offers scope for scientific scepticism

Shane Sutton seems to have a positive working relationship with Laura Trott

Susan Egelstaff: The Shane Sutton saga highlights the blurred line between constructive criticism and bullying

No show: Adam Scott won't be playing in this summer's Olympic golf tournament (Picture: Getty Images)

Nick Rodger: Rings of ire but Olympic golf should be embraced

Hibs manager Alan Stubbs at Cappielow on Saturday as his side drew 0-0 with Morton.

Matthew Lindsay: Hibs may rue failing to adopt Hearts' approach to Championship success

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The FA Cup certainly meant something to Arsenal last year after they beat Aston Villa at Wembley Photograph: Getty

Gabriele Marcotti: Why the FA Cup still matters

Scotland national coach Anna Signeul

Alan Campbell on women's football: Mystery over Brian McClair's masterplan

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The Anfield masses salute their beloved heroes in Red on a night to remember

Hugh MacDonald: Basking in the Red romance of Liverpool's comeback over Borussia Dortmund

A disappointed Michael Jamieson starts to reflect on where it has all gone wrong after his disappointment at Tollcross last week

Olympic hero Jamieson’s plight raises questions over which drugs should be used to protect the wholehearted

on Day 15 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium on August 11, 2012 in London, England.

Praise for Caster Semenya, but her resurgence in form re-opens testosterone debate once more

Some Scottish footballers have caused a Twitter storm this week

Scott Mullen: Support the club you play for and don't be a Twit

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Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata and Jason Holt of Rangers during the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden yesterday.

Matthew Lindsay: Celtic's underperforming players should follow Deila out the Parkhead exit door this summer

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Sore one: Jordan Spieth reacts to his quadruple bogey during the Masters (Picture: AP)

Nick Rodger: From Trump to Hibernian, spare us the choking references about Jordan Spieth

Dejan Lovren celebrates scoring Liverpool's fourth goal against Borussia Dortmund

Gabriele Marcotti: Drama and romance alive and kicking in Europe

Scotland international Christie Murray has boosted Celtic's team

Alan Campbell on women's football: Old Firm tie a step in the right direction

Arsene Wenger: Brexit would pose tough questions for Premier League

Arsene Wenger: Brexit would pose tough questions for Premier League

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Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez have been exquisite this season . . . but inevitable

Hugh MacDonald: The Leicester City 'fairytale' is wonderful, life-affirming and I couldn't care less

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Blair Spittal leads United celebrations after a Dundee derby goal

Taking too much joy from the failure of derby rivals is the real nightmare

Players from teams who will take part in BT Cup Finals day on Saturday gathered at Murrayfield earlier this week. Picture: SNS

Cup final ticket price is just one area of concern

Thumbs up: Danny Willett prepares to accept the Green Jacket from 2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth (Picture: Getty Images)

Nick Rodger: Scots continue to play catch up game as Willett masters Augusta

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Katie Archibald says she never set out to be a champion. She just walked through the doors that opened when she knocked. Picture: Jamie Simpson

Katie Archibald's secret recipe for making a champion

Mauricio Pochettino is Tottenham's wild card

Gabriele Marcotti: Leicester moving ever closer to the twilight zone

Scotland's Jane Ross opens the scoring against Slovenia

Alan Campbell on women's football: Euro qualification an appetising prospect for starved supporters

Criminalisation has been a hot topic after more allegations came to light this week

Susan Egelstaff: We must clamp down on cheats, but is prison the answer?

FLASHBACK: April 1991 . . . Seagram, far left, beats Garrison Savannah, right, and the rest of the field to win the Grand National

Memories of Grand National Day, good and bad but mostly bad . . .

Forty years after confessed Scottish drug cheat David Jenkins (left) was in his pomp can we still be surprised by doping allegations

Dopiness as well as doping needs to be addressed as we pursue drug cheats

Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend. Picture: SNS

PRO12 must change to have star names on show more often

Kim Little in action for Scotland

Alan Campbell on women's football: Slovenia clash a big step on road to Euro qualification

Claudio Ranieri has come along way since his Chelsea days

Gabriele Marcotti: Tinkerman Ranieri becomes Leicester's superman

Ye Shiwen raised eyebrows when she won gold in the 200m and 400m individual medley at London 2012 but there was no evidence of nefarious practices other than her exceptional swims. Picture: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images

Latest reports just the latest in long line of allegations of doping in China

Why I love golf – and particularly the Masters

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Chris Eubank Snr (left) with his son Chris Eubank Jnr

Kevin Ferrie: Eubank’s actions spoke louder than even his words

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Action from the draw between Glasgow Hawks and Heriot's which saw the Edinburgh side go through to the Scottish Cup final. Picture: SNS

Unloved Scottish Cup needs shake-up to help restore old glories

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Bright new Day: Jason Day won his sixth title in 13 events at the WGC Dell Matchplay (Picture: Getty Images)

Nick Rodger: Jason Day taking on the world ... at his own pace

Dutch great Johan Cruyff who died last week aged 68 after a battle with cancer

Gabriele Marcotti on the genius of Johan Cruyff

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Denise O'Sullivan in action for Glasgow City

Alan Campbell on women's football: Denise O'Sullivan's transfer makes history as Dash splash the cash

Johan Cruyff salutes the Dutch fans after World Cup final defeat

Farewell to Johan Cruyff: The genius and the mystery of total football's true knight

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Mo Farah is a friend of Mustafa Mohamed, the Swedish athlete approached by the Sunday Times journalists posing as someone else. Picture: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images

Doug Gillon: Sunday Times journalists' attempt to entrap Swedish athlete is disturbing

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Anti-doping scientists at work

Susan Egelstaff: Testing times . . . sport's drug problem may be evolving, but so is anti-doping

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Shark attack: John Jeffrey prepares to rip into England's Richard Hill during the 1990 Grand Slam decider

Will Scottish rugby’s current boys in blue mature into a team worthy of comparison with feted predecessors?

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Amateur dramatics: Romain Langasque finished runner-up on the European Challenge Tour (Picture: Getty Images)

Nick Rodger: Rising to the Challenge Tour with amateur dramatics

Juan Mata of Manchester United is tackled by Nicolas Otamendi during the derby at Old Trafford last October

Gabriele Marcotti: Manchester, a city united by desperation

Suzanne Grant and former Scotland player Darren Jackson are joined by Lasine Diaby and Lexi Henderson from St Anne's Primary School to celebrate Lidl UK's partnership with the Scottish FA

Alan Campbell on women's football: Girls-only skill centres have a place but playing with boys has benefits too

Stewart Campbell claims possession during Scotland's Grand Slam decider against Murrayfield in 1996 after they had won their previous three matches against France, Ireland and Wales

Never mind ‘the new Rangers’… an ex-Scottish rugby international is helping prove Celts never even existed

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Michael Jamieson has struggled to regain form in the last four years . . . but it's not for lack of trying

Susan Egelstaff: Michael Jamieson saga shows democracy of sport at its best and worst

Peter Horne on the attack against France. Picture: SNS

Staying power and strength in depth key factors behind Scotland's success

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The Dingwall side rejoice with the spoils of their victory

Angus-Peter Campbell: One Ross County fan's view from our Highland fling at Hampden

Rangers captain Lee Wallace celebrates after scoring in a 4-0 win over Dundee at Ibrox earlier this month.

Matthew Lindsay: Strachan shouldn't ignore Wallace as Scotland bid to qualify for Russia 2018

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Top Cat: Catriona Matthew headlined an evening of celebration at the Scottish Golf Awards (Picture: Kenny Smith)

Nick Rodger: Scottish golf's winners triumph over defeatism

Rafael Benitez poses after his press conference

Gabriele Marcotti: Rafael Benitez is talk of the Toon, but why would he want to be?

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Performance director Brian McClair decided not to send the squad to Cyprus

Alan Campbell on women's football: Staying at home a missed opportunity for Scots

Christophe Soumillon is seen after winning the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe with Zarkava on October 05, 2008 in Longchamp, France.  (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

HUGH MacDONALD: The wonder of a great horse carries beyond the finishing line

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Tennis star Maria Sharapova

SUSAN EGELSTAFF: Sharapova saga exposes double standards in sport

First among equals - Andy Murray (jumping with back to camera) is both an outstanding leader and a great team man

Why Rangers missed out on ultimate team player when failing to recruit Andy Murray

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Jules Plisson (right) fails to stop George North scoring for Wales against France. Picture: PA

Old habits die hard when it comes to Six Nations stereotypes

All for one: Paul Lawrie helps launch Scottish Golf, the merged governing body (Picture: Kenny Smith)

Nick Rodger: Back to the tee for Scottish Golf after chief executive departure

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Katie Archibald was in the middle of the action last year at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Paris, but injury has meant she has only been a spectator in London

Katie Archibald: In London but feeling guilty and frustrated on only being a spectator at the World Championships

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge wants a better deal for Europe’s big clubs

Gabriele Marcotti: Secret plot for a breakaway European Super League hides a bigger story

Lizzie Armitstead leads the way

Susan Egelstaff: Women's cycling takes leap forward with new World Tour

Muhammad Ali 'The Greatest' benefited hugely from the access granted to those best equipped to tell his story

Even in their semi-retirement we are well advised to hang onto every word from the twa Shugs

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Glasgow Warriors coach Gregor Townsend. Picture: SNS

Vital wins can be Scots' springboard in PRO12

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ON THE WAY OUT: Gianni Infantino's departure from UEFA to FIFA leaves European football's governing body appear even more directionless as major clubs push ahead with plans to reform the Champions League

Gary Keown: Scottish clubs must address the dangers of a growing power vacuum at UEFA

The new Fifa president Gianni Infantino has set the bar high for himself

Gabriele Marcotti: New Fifa chief Gianni Infantino sets the bar high as he seeks common ground

Matt Scott, seen on the attack against England, is to leave Edinburgh for Gloucester in the summer. Picture: SNS

Stuart Bathgate: Scottish rugby's problems go way beyond the national team

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Duncan Taylor's ability to cover for the wing could be a real boon for Scotland coach Vern Cotter. Picture: Getty

Stuart Bathgate: Cotter needs to find a stronger bench for Italy trip

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Vern Cotter (right), the man charged with lifting Scotland out of their worst ever rugby slump

Statistically speaking this Scottish rugby set-up is now the worst in history

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Pupils at St Timothy's in Coatbridge receive a Sportscotland Gold Schools Sports award. Picture: Jamie Simpson

All in the name of sport: proof that Glasgow 2014 did leave a legacy after all

Royal Troon will host the game's oldest major

Nick Rodger: A stooshie on the gender debate during Open week at Royal Troon will be a backwards step

Celtic winger James Forrest.

Neil Cameron: James Forrest is a lost talent and he won't be missed by Celtic - and that's a real shame

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