THIS was a bad afternoon for St Johnstone.
A S he settles down to watch the Europa League final on Wednesday, Neil Lennon will wonder if failure might sometimes be more rewarding than success.
RANGERS are being urged to conduct greater background checks on potential board members after fresh details emerged of the troubled past of two brothers who last week signalled their intention to join the board.
AN institutional investor in Rangers has called on former chief executive Charles Green to leave the board immediately, while it realigns itself around chairman Malcolm Murray.
IT is remarkable to think that, given the special place afforded to East Stirlingshire as Sir Alex Ferguson's first port of call as a manager, he was only actually there for four months.