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Motherwell sack manager Mark McGhee

Mark McGhee has been sacked as manager of Motherwell following a poor run of results, culminating in Saturday’s embarrassing 5-1 home loss to Dundee.

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Brian McLean will go into Hibs' squad for tomorrow's match against St Mirren

Hibs to sign defender Brian McLean on short-term deal

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has made a double swoop to bolster his injury-ravaged defence ahead of tomorrow’s Championship match against St Mirren and Saturday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final with Ayr United.

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The Green Brigade. at Hampden Park. Picture: John Devlin.

Celtic fans raise £2,000 in honour of Billy McNeill

Kindhearted Celtic supports have donated £2,000 to an Alzheimer charity in honour of legendary player Billy McNeill.

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Rumour Mill: Ferguson ‘not ready’ for Rangers | Warburton to Arsenal | Murty ready for Old Firm clash

Barry Ferguson insists he’s not ready to manage Rangers, Mark Warburton could be in line to take over as academy director at Arsenal, and Graeme Murty insists he’s happy to stay in charge of Rangers for next month’s Old Firm clash.

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The great Billy McNeill pictured at the unveiling of a statue of fellow Celtic legend Jock Stein.  Picture  Robert Perry

Caesar is still an inspiration to us, says Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers has described Billy McNeill as one of the true icons of Celtic and insists the legendary former captain and manager remains an inspiration to everyone connected to the club.

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Celtic captain Scott Brown has been urged by his manager Brendan Rodgers to sit out Scotland's World Cup match against England to rest for the Champions League.  Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Brendan Rodgers: Scott Brown should say no to England game

Brendan Rodgers does not want Scott Brown to play for Scotland against England this summer as it will have an adverse effect on his preparations for next season’s Champions League qualifiers.

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Joe Lewis is loving life at Aberdeen. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Goalkeeper Joe Lewis keen to extend stay at Aberdeen

Derek McInnes appeared recently to end all speculation regarding a return to Rangers by insisting his future remained at Aberdeen, and Joe Lewis is ready to join several of his team-mates in committing to their manager’s long-term project.

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Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty could still be in charge when they meet Celtic on 12 March. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Graeme Murty happy to take charge of Rangers for Celtic test

Graeme Murty is ready to embrace what he insists would be a “stellar moment” in his career if he remains in caretaker charge of Rangers for the Old Firm showdown at Celtic Park in 12 days’ time.

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Tributes paid to Hearts great Alex Young

If Alex Young had done 
nothing more than play for Hearts, always his dream, between the years of 1955 and 1960, he would be remembered as a great of the game.

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Scotland Schools win 5-0 in warm-up for Centenary Shield

Scotland Schools win 5-0 in warm-up for Centenary Shield

An impressive 5-0 win over the Sporting Futures USA squad suggests the Under-18 SSFA squad is in fine fettle running up to the Centenary Shield matches.

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Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty will stay in charge for the time being. Picture: SNS

Rangers are right to be patient over new boss - Graeme Murty

Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has backed the board’s right to take their time over a long-term appointment and claimed he would ask to be replaced if he felt he could not help the team.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has witnessed his side win all but one of their domestic matches so far this season. Picture: SNS

Brendan Rodgers amazed by Celtic’s ‘super-human efforts’

Brendan Rodgers hailed his Celtic side’s “super-human efforts” as the Hoops prepared to revisit the only ground they have dropped points this season.

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Celtic's Efe Ambrose will join Hibs on loan. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Efe Ambrose set to feature in Hibs’ clash with St Mirren

Nigerian internationalist Efe Ambrose is set to go straight into Hibs’ Championship clash with St Mirren tomorrow night after the Celtic defender completed a 93-day emergency loan deal to join the Easter Road club until the end of the season.

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Hearts great Alex Young dies at the age of 80

Alex Young, one of Hearts’ greatest ever players, has died at the age of 80.

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A dejected Ian Cathro watches his side lose to Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS

After a calamitous week what next for Heart of Midlothian?

Hearts completed a trying week by falling to a 2-0 defeat at Partick Thistle on the back of a terrible cup exit to their Edinburgh rivals. More questions are being asked of the management team, players and Craig Levein. Joel Sked looks at what next for the Tynecastle men

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Neil Lennon watched his side defeat Hearts, but draw with Raith Rovers and Dunfermline. Picture: Ian Georgeson

After a week of mixed fortunes what next for Hibernian?

Neil Lennon started the week with a tirade directed at his players before a big win over their capital rivals, only to come back to earth somewhat after losing a two-goal lead to draw with Dunfermline. Joel Sked looks at what next for Hibernian with so much left to play for

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Tommy Wright believes the pressure will be off his St Johnstone side. Picture: Michael Gillen

Pressure is all on Rangers, insists Tommy Wright

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feels the pressure is all on Rangers for Wednesday’s Ibrox encounter despite describing his team’s weekend first-half performance as the worst of his tenure.

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Barry Ferguson quit as Clyde manager over the weekend - but will he be off to Rangers? Pic: TSPL

Rumour Mill: Ferguson ‘quit because of Clyde, not Rangers’ | Celtic target hints at move

Barry Ferguson reveals the reason he quit the Clyde job as speculation mounts that he will take over at Rangers, while Celtic’s Nigerian transfer target drops hint that he’s on his way to Scotland.

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Martyn Waghorn says Rangers players must take responsibility. Picture: SNS.

Martyn Waghorn insists Rangers can still finish second

Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn has not given up on finishing in second place, despite Aberdeen stretching their lead over the Ibrox side to nine points over the weekend.

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Hearts players trudge off the field at full-time after Saturdays 2-0 defeat by Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS.

Sam Nicholson tells Hearts team-mates: ‘Show you care’

Sam Nicholson still believes Hearts are good enough to turn around their faltering 
fortunes but he says that the players have to recognise the trouble they are in and dig deep to turn it around.

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