Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Clyde: Two doubles mean it’s try again

A brace each from Dylan Nguene Bikey and Peter MacDonald means these League 2 rivals will need a replay to determine who progresses to the fifth round.

Scottish Cup
Walter Smith's departure from Rangers was announced in October 1997, seven months before his eventual exit. Picture: TSPL

Eight managers who had prolonged exits from Scottish clubs

Jackie McNamara will remain in charge of York City, despite being sacked by the National League club. The unusual agreement was announced earlier today as it appears McNamara will continue to handle first-team duties until the club appoint his successor. In honour of this bizarre situation, we look back at few protracted exits for managers in Scottish football from years gone by.

Premiership 2
Kilmarnock's Souleymane Coulibaly scored with a back-heel

Clyde 1 - 2 Kilmarnock: Souleymane Coulibaly makes mark

Souleymane Coulibaly was enduring the most frustrating of debuts when one flash of impudence sent Kilmarnock on their way to victory at Broadwood.

League Cup
Former Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati is currently on trial with Hamilton Accies. Picture: Robert Perry

10 foreign stars who made surprising returns to Scottish football

With the news that ex-Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati has joined up with Martin Canning’s Hamilton Accies squad for a trial after leaving Bari at the end of the season, The Scotsman looks at 10 foreigners who made similarly surprising returns to Scottish football after heading abroad, not many of which were successful.

Premiership 5
Pat Nevin was dubbed the 'first post-punk footballer by the NME. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Interview: Pat Nevin on his tour of Morrissey’s mansion

Pat Nevin sips his latte
and looks puzzled. “This is the first interview I’ve done for many years. I don’t get asked and, to be honest, feel uncomfortable doing them. You’ll have to tell me why you want to speak to me because I don’t know. I haven’t got anything to sell.”

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David Galt of Queen's Park celebrates his side's third goal. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Clyde 1 - 3 Queen’s Park: David Galt hits Spiders screamer

Queen’s Park have the initiative in the League 1 play-off thanks to Vinnie Berry’s second-half goal which was then complemented with a wonder strike by David Galt in their 3-1 success at Clyde.

League One 2
Chris Mitchell, during his days with Falkirk. Picture: Michael Gillen

Death of Scottish footballer, 27, leaves clubs in shock

Tributes have been flooding in for a Scottish footballer who has died suddenly at the age of 27.

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Clyde's  Scott Linton, left, and Elgin's Archie McPhee challenge for the ball

Elgin 0 - 2 Clyde: Clyde head for Hampden

By Alasdair Fraser

Cowdenbeath manager Colin Nish is seeking to overturn a 2-0 first leg deficit. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Cowdenbeath look for edge to catch Spiders

Cowdenbeath need to find an attacking edge at home against Queen’s Park today if they are to recover from a 2-0 defeat in the play-off semi-final first leg and remain a League 1 outfit.

Clyde's Scott Linton celebrates as he doubles the lead for his side. Picture: SNS

Clyde 3 – 1 Elgin: Bully Wee win first leg in play-off

Clyde may have been missing manager Barry Ferguson when they took on Elgin in the first leg of their play-off semi-final, but they did the business by establishing a two-goal advantage thanks to a 3-1 win at Broadwood, writes Craig P Stewart.

League One
Clyde manager Barry Ferguson has urges his side to attack against Elgin. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Barry Ferguson: We’ll go on attack against Elgin

Clyde manager Barry Ferguson has seen his squad ravaged by injuries but refuses to be anything but positive for his side’s first-leg meeting with Elgin at Broadwood tonight.

Vinnie Berry of Queen's Park. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

League Two: Queen’s Park beat Clyde to go into second place

Queen’s Park climbed to second in League Two after a 2-1 win over Clyde who slip to fourth, with neither side assured of a play-off berth with one game remaining.

League Two
East Fife celebrate winning the Ladbrokes League Two title. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Clyde 0 - 0 East Fife: League 2 title joy for Fifers

Perspiration turned to celebration for East Fife at the end of a tense stalemate at Broadwood with the point gained enough to confirm Gary Naysmith’s men as League Two Champions.

League Two
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.

Annan Athletic
Ferguson has penned a new deal with Clyde. Picture: Craig Halkett

Clyde boost as manager Barry Ferguson signs new deal

Clyde received a boost ahead of their game against Annan at Broadwood tonight when manager Barry Ferguson agreed an extended contract until the end of the 2018-19 season.

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.

League Two

Scottish football mailbag: Hibs and Rangers | Robbie Neilson

Craig Fowler is back to answer your questions on Scottish football?

Premiership 2
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

Annan Athletic
Celtic's Stephen Pearson troops off at the end. Picture: SNS

Clyde 2 - 1 Celtic: 10 years on from stunning upset

There are many ways that one of the truly momentous Scottish Cup upsets tends to be remembered.

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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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