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Season ticket prices rise in three of four Scottish football divisions

The average price of a season ticket in three of Scotland’s four tiers of senior football has risen, according to a BBC survey.

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Gary Bollan previously managed Livingston, Airdrie and Forfar. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Cowdenbeath set to turn to Gary Bollan as new manager

Former Livingston, Airdrie and Forfar manager Gary Bollan has won the race to be the new manager of Cowdenbeath and is expected to be unveiled before the squad assemble for training tonight, writes Craig P Stewart.

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Danny Lennon won the League Cup while manager of St Mirren.  Picture: Ian Rutherford

Clyde appoint League Cup winner Danny Lennon as new manager

Clyde have brought League Cup-winning manager Danny Lennon back to football after a gap of 18 months after he came out on top of a list of over 30 applicants to replace Jim Chapman, who was sacked a fortnight ago.

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David Goodwillie rescued a late point for Clyde. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

League Two round-up: Warriors win makes it tight at the top

Stirling Albion were prevented from stretching their lead at the top after a late David Goodwillie penalty gave Clyde a 1-1 draw at Broadwood.

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Edinburgh City triallist Farid El Alagui had an effort cleared off the line.  Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

League Two round up: Leaders Stirling show their mettle

Leaders Stirling Albion came from behind to secure a 2-1 victory at second-from-bottom Edinburgh City, maintaining a two-point cushion at the summit.

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Billy Brown recently left Cowdenbeath. Picture: Julie Bull

Ex-Hearts and Hibs coach Billy Brown laments ‘hardest job in football’

Managing Cowdenbeath was Billy Brown’s hardest job in football, according to the recently departed boss.

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Billy Brown has coached at both Hearts and Hibs. Picture: Julie Bull

Billy Brown quits as manager of Cowdenbeath

Billy Brown has decided to resign as manager of Cowdenbeath after a poor start to the 2017/18 season.

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Cowdenbeath players react to conceding one of football's most bizarre penalties.

Video: Cowdenbeath concede bizarre ‘diving headbutt’ penalty

When you are rooted to the bottom of the fourth tier of Scotland and have only scored one goal in ten games the last thing required is crazy tackles in the penalty area.

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Jamie Longworth doubled Stenhousemuir's advantage. Picture: Bruse White/SNS

League 2 round-up: Stirling Albion’s lead cut

Stirling Albion’s lead at the top of League Two was cut to two points following a 2-1 reverse at the hands of fourth-placed Stenhousemuir.

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Darren Smith opened the scoring for Stirling Albion. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

League Two round-up: Gap widens at the top

Stirling Albion bounced back from Scottish Cup disappointment to extend their lead at the top of League Two to five points, courtesy of a comfortable 3-0 win at bottom side Cowdenbeath.

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Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale  celebrate their win over Stirling Albion. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Another Scottish Cup farce as draw has to be redone

A William Hill Scottish Cup draw descended into farce for the second time in under two years last night when Brora Rangers were called out twice.

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Darren Smith was on target twice for Albion. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

League Two round-up: Elgin comeback cuts Albion’s lead

Top-of-the-table Stirling Albion had their lead cut to four points after being held to a 2-2 draw by Elgin City at Forthbank.

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Annans Owen Moxon was on target. Picture: Roddy Scott

League Two round up: Stirling Albion extend advantage

Stirling Albion increased their lead at the top of League Two to five points after an entertaining 3-2 victory over Annan Athletic at Forthbank.

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Sean Dickson headed home from a tight angle. Picture Roddy Scot/SNS

League Two round-up: Albion open up a four-point lead

League Two leaders Stirling Albion now enjoy a four-point cushion at the summit following a 3-1 victory at second-placed Montrose.

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David Goodwillie's through ball set up the winner for Clyde. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

League Two round-up: David Goodwillie helps sink leaders

League Two leaders Stirling Albion dropped their first points of the season in a thrilling 3-2 defeat to Clyde at Forthbank.

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Berwick Rangers let their supporters know shortly before kick-off. Picture: SNS

Berwick Rangers: No Twitter updates as media team at Creamfields

Berwick Rangers have apologised in advance for the lack of social media updates from today’s fixture with Cowdenbeath - because their media team are away to Creamfields for the weekend.

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Darren Smith opened the scoring for Stirling Albion

League Two round-up: Stirling Albion keep 100 per cent record

Early pacesetters Stirling Albion kept up their 100 per cent start to the league season with a comfortable 2-0 victory over bottom side Edinburgh City who remain without a point. Darren Smith set the dominant league leaders on their way, finishing off a slick break in the 31st minute.

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Hibs fans sold-out their allocation at Ibrox. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Record number of fans attend SPFL matches in opening two weeks

A record number of football fans, nearly quarter of a million, have attended 2 games throughout the SPFL during the first two weekends of the new league season.

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Stirling Albion's Darren Smith opened the scoring. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

League Two round-up: Smiths to the fore for rampant Stirling

Stirling Albion stand top of League Two after making it two wins from two with a comfortable 4-0 thrashing of Berwick Rangers at Forthbank.

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The SPFL were the victims of online fraud. Picture: John Devlin

SPFL warn against fraud after £18k stolen online

The Scottish Professional Football League has warned clubs to protect themselves from online hackers.

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