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Anthony Brown

David Goodwillie has scored 25 goals for Clyde this season. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

David Goodwillie eyes higher level amid tough moral questions

After bringing his goal tally for the season to 25 with a clinical finish in Tuesday night’s 3-0 win at Cowdenbeath, Clyde striker David Goodwillie admitted that he still harbours hopes of returning to a higher level of football. It is patently clear to anyone who has seen the Bully Wee this season that the former Dundee United, Blackburn Rovers, Aberdeen, Ross County and Plymouth Argyle forward is too good to be playing in Scotland’s 
fourth tier.

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Ross County's Harry Souttar, right, gets a grip on Kyle Lafferty of Hearts during Saturday's 1-1 draw in Dingwall. Picture: SNS.

Arnaud Djoum injury adds to Hearts’ frustration in Dingwall

In the first half of the season, any Premiership point collected on their travels was generally viewed as a positive accomplishment by Hearts. Back in September, for instance, a 1-1 draw against a struggling Partick Thistle side at Firhill was deemed to represent a step in the right direction early in Craig 
Levein’s reign as manager.

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