Rumour Mill: Lescott to sign for Rangers | Celtic face UEFA charge over flags | Striker admits Hibs interest

Joleon Lescott has decided to sign for Rangers despite interest from Sunderland; Celtic fans defy warnings to wave Palestinian flags and club could face UEFA sanctions and Brian Graham insists he’s focused on Ross County despite interest from Hibs

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Adam Armstrong is a target for Rangers. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Adam Armstrong to Rangers? | Rotherham eye Celtic defender | Walker faces ban over penalty

Rangers linked with loan move for Newcastle forward; Rotherham keen on Darnell Fisher and compliance officer to study Jamie Walker penalty incident

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Caley Thistle manager Richie Foran remained restrained after big win

Inverness Caley Thistle 7 - 0 Arbroath: Tougher tests ahead

Inverness manager Richie Foran was restrained in his emotions and reaction after a near-club record display destroyed Dick Campbell’s Arbroath, with the Irishman wary of the much tougher demands looming for the league opener against Partick Thistle.

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Donnelly covered both the Dundee clubs for national newspapers. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Football mourns death of respected journalist Dick Donnelly

Scottish football has lost one of its most distinctive and authoritative voices with the death of Dick Donnelly, a veteran journalist who was steeped in the game – on Tayside specifically.

Michael Moffat scored twice as Dunfermline defeated Arbroath comfortably. Picture: SNS.

Dunfermline 3 - 0 Arbroath: Moffat fires double for Pars

Dunfermline brushed aside Arbroath in their maiden competitive outing of the campaign with a 3-0 win in last night’s Betfred Cup clash.

Scott Fraser scores from the penalty sport to earn an extra point for Dundee United in the Betfred League Cup at Gayfield. Picture: SNS

Arbroath 1 - 1 Dundee United: Visitors win bonus point shoot-out

Ray McKinnon’s managerial reign at Dundee United began with a penalty shoot-out win which earned his side a bonus point following a hard-earned draw at Gayfield in the revamped Betfred League Cup.

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The record shall remain at Gayfield. Picture: SNS

Arbroath hold on to record for football’s biggest ever win

Followers of Scottish League Two side Arbroath have breathed a huge sigh of relief after being told the club still holds the record for the biggest victory in football history.

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Ricky Little: Winning goal. Picture: SNS

League Two wrap: East Fife in profit despite draw

League 2 table-toppers East Fife were held 1-1 by Queen’s Park at Bayview but Gary Naysmith’s side actually increased their lead as closest rivals Clyde and Elgin City both lost.

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Elgin City manager Jim Weir saw his side go top of the league once more. Picture: SNS

League Two wrap: Elgin City return to the top

Elgin City returned to the top of League 2 thanks to a 2-0 success over ­bottom side East Stirlingshire at ­Borough Briggs.

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Chris Templeman: On target. Picture: SNS

League Two wrap: East Fife take over leadership

East Fife defeated Stirling Albion 1-0 at blustery Bayview to record a sixth win in a seven-game unbeaten run and reclaim top spot in the process. Forthbank goalkeeper
Chris Smith set the tone for an impressive display early on when he kept out an effort by Jamie Insalland it looked like he was going to deny the hosts with a string of impressive saves, but he was finally beaten 18 minutes from time. Substitute Kevin Smith sent East Fife to the summit when he nodded in a cross by Kyle Wilkie

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East Fife boss Gary Naysmith.

League Two wrap: Elgin rise above Annan

A combination of rain and Elgin’s ability to finally win away games ended Annan’s three-month stay at the top of League 2.

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Barry Ferguson: High Tempo. Picture: SNS

Clyde close gap on leaders with narrow win at Annan

THE race for the League 2 title is very open after Clyde’s 3-2 win at Annan saw 2015 end with the top four sides separated by only four points.

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Scott Linton fired in an unstoppable opener. Picture: Scott Louden

League Two wrap: Clyde move within point of summit

ANNAN Athletic’s grip at the League Two summit continues to loosen as they slipped to a 3-2 defeat at home to Clyde who now sit second, a point behind the leaders.

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Barry Ferguson's Clyde stand in Annan's way today. Picture: SNS

Annan: Jim Chapman looks for positive reaction to defeat

Leaders Annan look to bounce back after losing to Stirling Albion last weekend when Clyde visit this afternoon and ensure that they end the first half of the season in pole position.

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Darren Lavery netted as Berwick leapt off the bottom of the table. Picture: Stuart Cobley

League Two wrap: Annan stay top despite defeat

Annan Athletic stay top of League Two despite slipping to a 1-0 loss at Stirling Albion, who climb into the top half as a result.

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Scott Ferguson. Picture: SNS

League Two wrap: Weatherson double keeps Annan clear

Annan Athletic remain two points clear with a game in hand after a 3-1 victory over East Stirling at Galabank.

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The clash between Hearts and Aberdeen will now have an early evening kick-off. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Three Scottish Cup ties chosen for TV coverage

ABERDEEN’S trip to Hearts in the Scottish Cup fourth round has been moved to a 5.30pm kick-off and will be broadcast live on the BBC.

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David Gormley was in top form for Clyde. Picture: SNS

League Two wrap: Berwick Rangers go bottom

League 2 leaders Annan were held to a 2-2 draw by visitors Arbroath with both managers­ unhappy at the end of the 90 minutes.

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Derby day fans warned after flares and punches were thrown. Picture: Johnston Press

Police warn Arbroath and Montrose football fans

ANGUS football fans have been given a stern warning by police after a derby match descended into violence with flares being thrown and mass brawls in the streets.

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Hearts 4-2 Arbroath: Jambos win six goal thriller

IT IS a new season but this was a movie that had been seen before. So often last term teams had travelled to Tynecastle buoyed by butterflies and boyhood dreams and they had put up a stubborn defence. But while Hearts huffed and puffed a bit in the League Cup tie last night, they once again found a way through and once they did they displayed very little mercy.

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