Motherwell 1 - 5 Dundee: Fans call for Mark McGhee’s sacking after embarrassing loss

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee was the subject of half-time protests outside Fir Park after his team shipped five first-half goals against Dundee.

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Mark Warburton lasted only 11 months at Ibrox after winning the trophy. Picture: John Devlin

Mark Warburton was latest victim of Challenge Cup curse

Jack Ross and Ray McKinnon may want to think twice about trying to win next month’s Irn-Bru Cup final when St Mirren take on Dundee United at Fir Park.

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Hamilton and Partick Thistle are among the seven clubs in danger of relegation. Picture: SNS

SPFL Premiership relegation dogfight is where real drama is

With Celtic having all but wrapped up the title, and Aberdeen pulling away from Rangers, the bottom six may be the last bastion of competition in this season’s Scottish top flight, as Rory West writes

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Paul McGowan comes away with the ball as Rangers Barrie McKay collides with Kevin Holt. Picture: SNS

Dundee emulate ‘Class of 92’ to break 25-year Rangers hoodoo

A quarter of a century is a long time in anyone’s language so this victory – Dundee’s first at home over Rangers, indeed against either side of the Old Firm, since August 1992 – was rightly celebrated by their fans.

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Graeme Murty vents his frustration during the 2-1 defeat at Dens Park yesterday. Picture: PA.

Graeme Murty insists Rangers fans deserve better

Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty admitted the Ibrox club’s fans deserve better after they fell to a first defeat at Dens Park since 1992.

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Dundee's Mark O'Hara celebrates after opening the scoring. Picture: SNS

Dundee 2 - 1 Rangers: Gers fall six points behind Aberdeen

Rangers’ need for fresh leadership became even more pressing as they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Dundee at Dens Park.

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Graeme Murty shouts encouragement and instructions to the players during Rangers cup victory over Greenock Morton last weekend. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Rangers’ stand-in boss Graeme Murty says he’s his own man

There is one Rangers man who can give his approval, with impressive first-hand knowledge, to the director-of-football model which the Ibrox club intend to adopt.

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Henrik Ojamaa takes heart from Dundees recent home form. Picture: Sammy Turner?SNS

Our focus is on Dundee, says Henrik Ojamaa

Henrik Ojamaa, the Dundee striker, maintains they won’t waste time wondering how crisis-club Rangers will react in today’s televised encounter at Dens Park.

Iain Ferguson, formerly of Dundee, Rangers, Dundee United, Hearts and Motherwell. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Iain Ferguson on crossing the great Dundee divide

Together with purveyors of power pop ballads and owners of neon leg warmers, Iain Fergusonwas among those who didn’t want the 1980s to end. Although his career straddled the 1970s and 1990s as well, the majority of his highlights came in the decade fashion forgot. “And that was just my hair,” he quips.

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Kenny Miller was on target in last weeks Scottish Cup win over Morton. Picture: SNS.

Kenny Miller praises Graeme Murty for boosting Rangers morale

Footballers are often derided
for being self-centred, self-absorbed and looking out for No 1. When faced with coaching convulsions within their club, these traits can be of great benefit to both themselves and their clubs.

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Rumour Mill: Muscat in line for Rangers job | Celtic keen on Bain | Murty ‘to be his own man’

Kevin Muscat is among the contenders to take over from Mark Warburton at Rangers, Scott Bain is being tracked by Celtic, and Graeme Murty vows to be his own man prior to his second game as interim Rangers boss.

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Jim Duffy in his pomp, playing for Morton in season 1983/84, a year before being voted Scotlands player of the year. Picture: SNS

Ibrox return stirs painful memories for Morton’s Jim Duffy

After over 40 years in football, nearly 30 of them as a manager, little can surprise Jim Duffy. His take on the shock news involving Mark Waburton, the person he expected would welcome him to Ibrox this afternoon, can be summed up with this comment. “As with all managers, you have enough to worry about with your job without looking over to the other dugout to see how the other guy is doing.”

Dundee's Kevin Holt levels score in draw with Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Dundee 1 - 1 Kilmarnock: Draw does neither side a favour in relegation battle

Dundee remain without a win this year after playing out a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock at Dens Park.

Dundee goalkeeper David Mitchell looks to cross the line with the ball during his side's 2-0 win over Motherwell earlier this season. Picture: SNS

13 most controversial Scottish refereeing calls this season

Red cards in consecutive weekends at Fir Park, along with St Johnstone’s fury at the penalty conceded against Celtic, have pushed Scottish referees back to the forefront of the national consciousness.

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Billy Mckay scores Inverness' first in their 2-2 with Dundee. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Inverness CT 2 - 2 Dundee: Richie Foran’s men rescue crucial point

Bottom-placed Inverness battled back from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw with visitors Dundee in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Moussa Dembele was linked with a move the the English Premier League. Picture; John Devlin

Rumour Mill: Conte denies Dembele talks| Hearts to refund Rangers fans| Jamie Walker for Scotland?

Chelsea have insisted that they never talked to Celtic about signing Moussa Dembele, Hearts are to refund Rangers fans who were locked out of Tynecastle following the ground reaching capacity and Ian Cathro has backed Jamie Walker to succeed for Scotland.

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Rumour Mill: Warburton feeling ‘no pressure’ | Celtic Euros payment dwarves Rangers | Strachan surprised by Griffiths flak

Mark Warburton insists he’s not feeling any pressure despite Rangers recent defeat at Tynecastle, Celtic have received a much higher European Championships payout from Uefa than rivals Rangers, and Gordon Strachan insists he’s never had any problems with striker Leigh Griffiths.

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Moussa Dembele reassured fans he was staying on social media. Picture: SNS

Transfer Deadline Day live: Chelsea insist no £40m bid for Dembele | Hibs fail in Stokes bid | Ambrose leaves for Blackburn

With numerous Scottish sides looking to strengthen before the transfer window slams shut, we take a look at all the latest transfer rumours, breaking news and done deals.

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Aberdeen's Ryan Jack scores his side's first goal against Dundee. Picture: SNS

Aberdeen 3-0 Dundee: McGinn fires Pittodrie side into second

The winter shutdown has done nothing to interrupt Aberdeen’s momentum as Derek McInnes’ side made it five wins in a row and their second since returning from their sunshine break in Dubai.

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