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League One Round-up: East Fife back in the mix

East Fife boosted their play-off hopes with a narrow 1-0 victory over Albion Rovers at Cliftonhill.

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Andy Jackson netted his 15th of the season

League One round-up: Alloa make the play-offs

Alloa Athletic secured their play-off place in emphatic style as they blew away Brechin City 6-1.

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Scott Pittman o put the hosts in front. Picture: Neil Hanna

League One Round up: Livingston swat Wasps to clinch title

Livingston were crowned champions with four games to spare after seeing off nearest rivals Alloa 2-1 at the Tony Macaroni stadium. The hosts only required a point to confirm the title and the pressure was eased within 16 minutes as Scott Pittman unleashed a piledriver from 30 yards to put the hosts in front. The lead was doubled shortly after the break when Jackson Longridge found the net. Liam Buchanan crashed a penalty off the post on 65 minutes and Alloa pulled a goal back through Dylan Mackin two minutes later but Livi held firm and the celebrations started as soon as the final whistle blew.

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Liam Buchanan took his seasons tally to 25

League One round-up: Livingston edge closer to title

Liam Buchanan claimed a club scoring record for Livingston and took his team within touching distance of the League One title.

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The 17 most improved players in Scottish football this season

Which players have shown tremendous improvement from last season to the current campaign, catching the eye and winning hearts of supporters across Scotland?

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Danny Mullen opened the scoring for Livingston

League One round-up: Livingston sparkle against Diamonds

Livingston took a significant step towards the title, moving 11 points clear with a convincing 4-2 home win over Airdrieonians.

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Liam Buchanan broke the deadlock and gave Livvy the win

League One round-up: Livingston stretch their lead

Livingston extended their lead at the top of League One on a day when goals were hard to come by in the division. Only four goals were scored over the five matches and no team managed to find the net in the first half. It took a late strike from the ever reliable Liam Buchanan to give Livingston a 1-0 win over Stranraer at Stair Park. Buchanan made the breakthrough after his initial shot was well saved.

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East Fife's Jason Kerr scored the winner

League One round-up: Livingston slip up and Alloa cash in

Livingston saw their lead at the top cut to seven points after they slipped up 1-0 at home to East Fife.

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Paul Le Guen did not enjoy a successful spell with Rangers. Picture: SNS

Judging every foreign manager in Scottish football history

Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha remains the favourite to succeed Mark Warburton in the Rangers hotseat, which has brought up the debate of foreign managers and their rate of success in Scottish football.

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Dario Zanatta netted for

League One round-up: Livingston edge closer to title despite draw

Livingston took a tentative step to the League One title after settling for a point in a 1-1 draw at Queen’s Park. It moves them seven points clear at the top with closest challengers Alloa inactive.

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Former Hibs and Celtic striker Derek Riordan warms up before kick-off against Cowdenbeath at new club Edinburgh City on Tuesday, but didn't get on. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Derek Riordan: I’ve still got a couple of good seasons in me

Derek Riordan has insisted he is fit, hungry and out to prove that, at 34, he still has plenty to offer to the SPFL.

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Alloa's Andy Graham netted his third of the season. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

League one round-up: Andy Graham helps Alloa see off Airdrie

Alloa Athletic are attempting to make the League One title race a two-horse affair. A 2-1 home win over third-placed Airdrieonians moved them to within nine points of runaway leaders Livingston, who spent the day idle.

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Sean Crighton put Livingston in front after 34 minutes

League One round-up: Greig Spence makes history

Livingston thumped title rivals Airdrieonians 4-0 to move 12 points clear at the top.

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Brian Cameron levelled for Elgin

League Two round-up: Forfar held in ill-tempered clash

League Two leaders Forfar Athletic had their cushion at the summit reduced to nine points after being held to a 1-1 draw against Elgin City at Station Park.

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Top scorer Liam Buchanan went close

League One round-up: Dominant Livingston frustrated

Livingston grudgingly had to settle for a point after a barren match at home to Stranraer in what the leaders saw as an opportunity lost.

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Rory McAllister,opened the scoring nine minutes from half-time. Picture: Lisa McPhillips

League One round up: Airdrie capitalise as Livingston held

Airdrieonians closed the gap on leaders Livingston to ten points with a come-from-behind 4-1 win over Peterhead.

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SPFL chief Neil Doncaster was "very pleased" to be able to release the dates so quickly. Picture: Ian Rutherford

SPFL retain winter break and announce start of 2017/18 season

The SPFL have announced the retention of the winter break for next season as they revealed key dates for the 2017/18 Scottish football calendar.

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Liam Buchanan netted his 21st goal of the season

League One round up: Lions take their chances

Livingston increased their advantage at the top to 11 points with a 3-0 home win over Brechin City as their closest challengers stalled.

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 Peterhead's Leighton McIntosh celebrates his equaliser

League One round-up: Alloa and Airdrie blow their chance

Leaders Livingston may have been idle – their match against Albion Rovers was postponed due to a frozen pitch – but they enjoyed a profitable day as both of their closest challengers dropped points.

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Crowd trouble marred the aftermath of last year's William Hill Scottish Cup final between Rangers and Hibernian.  Picture: Robert Perry

League brings in new rules on fan misconduct

Scottish league chiefs hope to crack down on supporter misconduct after issuing a revised rule book.

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