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The Rumour Mill: Friday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: Jelavic stokes speculation on a move south; Calderwood plays down Riordan absence; Celtic legend says Hearts should lose Euro spot; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.

The Rumour Mill: Wednesday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: Romanov sanctions return of key pair for Hearts; Derby join the race to sign Bryson; Ibrox lap of honour for Smith; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.

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The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: New Rangers owner vows to cough up cash for key players; Jefferies stays put despite Romanov's interference; Two more names throw their hat into ring for Kilmarnock job; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.

Morton 0-2 Dunfermline: Pars finally start party

Morton 0-2 Dunfermline McDougall 8; Graham 51

Partick Thistle 2 - 0 Morton

Partick Thistle 2 Erskine 60; Boyle 71 Morton 0

The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: Smith expects Rangers stars to stay put; Celtic run the rule over Italian giant; Whyte takeover hits a major snag; plus all the rest of the day's football news and gossip.

Morton 1 - 3 Dundee: Visitors take the points in entertaining game

WITH both teams safe from the drop and long since out of the promotion shake-up there was little at stake, but you would never have known, Dundee eventually taking the points from what was a great advert for First Division football.

Queen of the South 1 - 4 Morton: Visitor's push for fourth gathers pace

MORTON'S push for fourth place in the First Division gathered momentum as they leapt above Queen's with a win at Palmerston Park. The Cappielow side bagged back-to-back league wins for the first time this season as they gave Kenny Brannigan's side a lesson in the art of finishing at Palmerston Park.

Morton 2 - 0 Stirling Albion: Morton pile on misery for Stirling

TWO first-half strikes were enough to earn Morton all three points and send Stirling to within touching distance of the relegation trap door.

Morton 2-2 Falkirk: Morton draw but otherwise dominate Falkirk

Morton 2 O'Brien 9, Graham 78 Falkirk 2 Stewart 61, Duffie 87

First Division: Falkirk keep faint title hopes alive

Falkirk kept their slim title hopes alive with a 1-0 win over Queen of the South at Palmerston.

First division: Jimmy Nicholl out to maintain winning run and banish relegation fears

Cowdenbeath's 1-0 win over Partick Thistle on Saturday moved them into eighth place and manager Jimmy Nicholl is looking for the same type of performance against Morton tonight to keep his side above Ross County and Stirling Albion.

Morton 0 - 0 Raith Rovers: Raith take solace from lucky point

SHOULD Raith seal promotion at the end of the season they might look back on this dire stalemate as a crucial point won on day when they were miles off the pace. John McGlynn's men were never truly at the races and were lucky to leave Cappielow with a point they did not merit.

Queen of the South 2 - 0 Morton: Queens' first home win for four months

Queen of the South 2 McMenamin (16), McLaren (26) Morton 0

Dunfermline 1-3 Morton: Pars in comedy of errors

Dunfermline 1 Buchanan 77 Morton 3 Lyle 1; O'Brien 48; Weatherson 88

First Division: Falkirk draw a blank in bid to press top two

It was a night of draws in the First Division with all three games ending with the points shared.

First Division: Rovers keep Fife rivals at arm's length with timely victory over Stirling

Raith Rovers won at Stark's Park for the first time in four games when they defeated Stirling Albion 2-1 and kept a three-point lead over Fife rivals Dunfermline Athletic in the championship race.

Dundee 1 - 1 Morton: Morton battle back for draw

THE punters who backed Dundee to overcome the odds and win the Division One title saw their money vanish yesterday as a consequence of their draw with Morton.

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