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John McGlynn calls on Hearts to push towards top of the table

HEARTS boss John McGlynn today implored his players to push towards the top of the 
Scottish Premier League this weekend by recording a third successive victory when 
Kilmarnock visit Tynecastle.


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Andy Murray US Open final: Fates look to favour Murray at last with Scot on brink of finest hour

TO win a grand slam final requires many skills: natural talent, back-breaking work, determination, belief and nerves of steel.

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Rugby: Blair still has a lot to give for his country

Scrum half Mike Blair today insisted he had plenty fields still to conquer for Scotland despite dropping down into the French Second Division to play his club rugby next season.

Two cameras axed as bus lane charges review begins

TWO of the city’s five bus lane cameras have been turned off in a move which is set to see many drivers have their fines written off.

Scotrail to increase carriages for Scottish Cup final day

AN EXTRA 11,000 seats will be laid on by ScotRail to transport fans from Edinburgh to the Hibs v Hearts Scottish Cup Final at Hampden Park, in Glasgow, on 19 May, the train operator announced today.

Coach emphasises importance of Hearts winning Europa League spot

HEARTS’ European prospects may depend heavily on the outcome of Saturday’s trip to Tayside. Defeat to fourth-placed Dundee United would effectively leave them rivalling St Johnstone for fifth, which carries a July 19 start in the Europa League’s second qualifying round. That’s two and a half weeks before the new SPL season begins.

Traders asked for tram loss details for rates cuts

COUNCIL chiefs today announced they were assembling a dossier of evidence to win a cut in rates for businesses affected by the tram works.

Victor Wanyama backs ‘passionate’ Neil Lennon to win manager of the year accolade

Victor Wanyama has backed Neil Lennon to be crowned manager of the year after the Celtic manager was named on the shortlist for the Cheque Centre PFA Scotland award.


Let’s win it for Lewis, says Fenlon

Manager Pat Fenlon hopes Hibs can advance to the William Hill Scottish Cup final with victory over Aberdeen tomorrow to reward Lewis Stevenson for his performances this season.

Family at the heart of Pat Fenlon’s Hibs project

PAT FENLON won’t have his family around him when he leads Hibs out of the tunnel at Hampden this weekend, but if the Easter Road side make it through to the final of the Scottish Cup, the Irishman reckons he might have to run a bus from Dublin straight to Mount Florida for all of his relatives and friends who’ll be desperate to come along.

Rangers administration: ‘Light at end of tunnel’ despite £134m debt

THE full extent of Rangers’ crippling debts have been laid bare in a new report by administrators Duff & Phelps, showing that the club could now owe a staggering £134 million.

Accies hope new ground bid not kicked into touch

Scotland’s oldest rugby club is to launch controversial new plans to build a new stadium and retail development.

Accies hope new ground bid not kicked into touch

Scotland’s oldest rugby club is to launch controversial new plans to build a new stadium and retail development.

Hibs boss won’t let pressure get to him

The pressure may be relentlessly building on everyone at Easter Road, but today Hibs fans were assured the one man who won’t crack is boss Pat Fenlon.

‘I’ll vigorously defend cup final charge’ says unrepentant Celtic boss Neil Lennon

CELTIC manager Neil Lennon intends to “vigorously defend” himself against an SFA charge which could potentially trigger a £5,000 fine from the governing body.


Hearts’ Adrian Mrowiec vows to redeem himself

ADRIAN MROWIEC openly admits that last Sunday against St Mirren was his worst performance of the season.

400 landlords facing probes over property

MORE than 400 landlords across Edinburgh are under investigation on issues including problem tenants and properties in disrepair.

Minister defends new Forth bridge contracts

Transport minister Keith Brown has argued it is wrong to suggest no Scottish firms are benefiting from the new Forth bridge.

ScotRail conductor back to work after YouTube ticket dispute

THE identity of the train conductor involved in a fare row with a passenger which became an internet sensation has been revealed by ScotRail as he returned to work.


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