Kilmarnock star says he’d never sign for Rangers ‘in a million years’

Kilmarnock winger Dom Thomas has emphatically denied any notion that he’d ever sign for Premiership rivals Rangers.

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Rumour Mill: Wanyama open to Celtic return | Scotland could land O’Neill for free | SPFL star rejects Rangers talk

Victor Wanyama says he’d be open to a return to Celtic one day, Scotland could land Michael O’Neill without paying compensation, and Dom Thomas has emphatically rejected any chance of him joining Rangers one day.

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Kris Boyd: I don’t care who my friends are, I’m just honest

Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd has defended his strong opinions as a media pundit.

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Rumour Mill: Steve McClaren makes Rangers pitch | Celtic youngster nets screamer | Hibs star slams ‘injustice’

Steve McClaren has moved to try and become the next manager of Rangers by making a pitch to the Ibrox board, Olivier Ntcham nets a screamer for France under-21s, and Danny Swanson has questioned the justice system after the killer of his close friend was only jailed for four years.

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Lee McCulloch was replaced as Kilmarnock manager. Picture: Ross Brownlee/SNS

Lee McCulloch may return as coach rather than manager

Lee McCulloch insists he will learn to become a better manager as he strives to recover from being removed from his first permanent job just eight matches into the Premiership season.


Kris Boyd: Aberdeen call-ups a ‘laughing stock’ for Scottish football

Kris Boyd has branded the latest Scotland squad a “laughing stock” as the Kilmarnock striker derided the Aberdeen players within the group.

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Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS

Kris Boyd happy to have last laugh over taunting Hearts fans

When you give it out you have to take it back. That’s the advice of Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd after he mocked the home support during his side’s victory over Hearts at Murrayfield.

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Craig Levein looks forward to Hearts’ return to Tynecastle

Hearts left Murrayfield for the final time yesterday with a warning from Craig Levein ringing in their ears: it won’t matter where they are playing if they perform as badly as during the defeat by Kilmarnock.

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Kilmarnock's Adam Frizzell scores to make it 2-1 against Hearts. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Hearts 1 - 2 Kilmarnock: Adam Frizzell wins it for Killie

Hearts return to Tynecastle in just under a fortnight and it can’t come a moment too soon. They have scored only three times in four matches since relocating across to the nearby rugby stadium, earning four points from a possible 12.

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Veteran Gordon Greer learning again under new Kilmarnock manager

Former Scotland defender Gordon Greer says he continues to be a student of football at the age of 36 and could scarcely have a better tutor than new Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke.

Jon McLaughlin is looking forward to Hearts return to Tynecastle and the close proximity of fans. Photograph: Ross Brownlee

Hearts keeper Jon McLaughlin homesick for Tynecastle

Some players would be thrilled to be well away from the typical tirades and tantrums thrown in football stands. But Jon McLaughlin isn’t one of them.

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Liam Henderson is in the last year of his contract. Picture: Greg Macvean

The top 10 players in Scottish football with expiring contracts

Craig Fowler picks his top 10 of players in Scottish football who’ll be available for free next summer.

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Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack wins red card appeal

Ryan Jack has won his appeal against the red card he received in Rangers’ 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.

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Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Kris Boyd: Penny has finally dropped for Jordan Jones

Kris Boyd is tipping Jordan Jones to be the catalyst for Kilmarnock’s renaissance under new manager Steve Clarke but admits the in-form Rugby Park attacker used to frustrate his team-mates.


Rumour Mill: McInnes ‘will be Rangers boss’ | Gordon blames Boyata | McGinn injury fear

Chris Sutton suggests Derek McInnes will be the new Rangers boss; Craig Gordon points finger at Dedryck Boyata for Bayern opener and John McGinn injury fears for Hibs and Scotland

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John McGinn celebrates scoring the opener for Hibs. Picture: SNS

Kilmarnock 0 - 3 Hibs: Three on the bounce for in-form Hibs

Three was the magic number for Hibs as they climbed into third position, clinching three top flight wins in succession for the first time since 2013 with a trio of goals at Rugby Park.

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Hibs impress at Kilmarnock but John McGinn suffers thigh injury

Neil Lennon paid tribute to his players as Hibernian surged into third place in the Premiership with a clinical 3-0 win at Kilmarnock.

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 Hibernian's Paul Hanlon speaks after his call-up to the Scotland squad

Hibs’ Premiership exile delayed Scotland call says Paul Hanlon

Hibernian defender Paul Hanlon has said that he intends to make up for lost time with Scotland after conceding that playing in the Ladbrokes Championship for three years hindered his international aspirations.

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Leigh Griffiths puts Celtic in front during their draw with Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS.

Celtic’s historic day clouded by unease in draw with Kilmarnock

When equalling your own 100-year-old unbeaten domestic record, it shouldn’t really matter the manner in which it’s done.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers at full time. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Brendan Rodgers hails his record-equalling Celtic side

Boss Brendan Rodgers is looking for Celtic to become record-breakers after equalling the club’s unbeaten domestic run of 62 games with a 1-1 draw against Kilmarnock.

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