Alan Archibald to stay on as Partick Thistle boss despite relegation

Alan Archibald will be kept on by Partick Thistle despite the club’s relegation to the Scottish Championship last Sunday.

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Rumour Mill: Gers eye Woodburn | Hibs keen on Barnsley ace | Skrtel bombshell | Edouard latest

Rangers linked with loan moves for Ben Woodburn and Ryan Kent; Hibs reportedly keeping tabs on Stevie Mallan; Martin Skrtel is not on Steven Gerrard’s wishlist and the latest on Odsonne Edouard...

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Lewis Morgan salutes Jack Ross for inspiring ‘meteoric’ rise

He has never played for them, managed them or even supported them but the chances are that, before very long, all Celtic fans will owe St Mirren boss Jack Ross a debt of 


The 12 best wide midfielders in Scottish football right now

The top 12 wide midfielders currently playing in Scottish football at the moment, as voted by members of The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast

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Rumour Mill: Hibs eye Rangers midfielder | Celtic face fight to land defender | Loan star: Hibs my preferred choice

Hibs linked with shock move for Andy Halliday; Celtic face fight to land Chancel Mbemba and Scott Allan hails Neil Lennon as he expresses desire to remain at Hibs

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Fraser Fyvie in action for Dundee United before injury cut his season short. Picture: SNS Group

Fraser Fyvie extends Dundee United stay

Fraser Fyvie has signed a new two-year deal with Dundee United, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2020.

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Livingston manager David Hopkin at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Picture: Ross MacDonald/SNS

David Hopkin ready to restore the Lions’ roar

David Hopkin has achieved many things in a long career that included Scotland caps and a winning goal in an English Division One play-off final. He also now stands on the cusp of leading Livingston back to the Scottish top flight.

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Alloa's players celebrate at full time. Picture: SNS

Dumbarton 0 - 2 Alloa (AET): Wasps promoted to the Scottish Championship

Alloa left it late but they booked their place in the Championship with a 2-0 Play-Off final second leg success over a host Dumbarton side who led 1-0 after Wednesday night’s first meeting.

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Alan Lithgow, left, heads Livingston into an early lead. United equalised but it was the West Lothian side who reached the Play-Off final. Picture: SNS.

Livingston 1 - 1 Dundee United: Hopkin’s men continue amazing run

Livingston’s players warmed up for the biggest match of their recent history wearing T-shirts bearing the slogan “In Hoppy We Trust”.

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Thomas Mikkelsen, celebrating his goal in Monday's first leg, is convinced Dundee United are a better team than Livingston. Picture: SNS.

Csaba Laszlo’s ultimatum: Succeed or leave Dundee United

Csaba Laszlo last night challenged his players to write history – or else prepare to be shipped out of Tannadice in the summer.

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Scott Pittman scores to give Livingston a 3-2 victory at Tannadice  as David Hopkin's team take the initiative in their play-off tie. Picture: SNS.

Scott Pittman digs out Livingston winner against Dundee United

Livingston, with their ability to produce upsets, remain firmly on course to end their 12-year absence from the top-flight after disposing of Dundee United in this five-goal Tannadice thriller.

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Scott Fraser, taking on Dunfermline's Lewis Martin in the quarter-final, says United must improve. Picture: PA

United buoyant after Flood raged at half-time

Scott Fraser has revealed how a half-time rant by Willo Flood inspired Dundee United to clinch a Premiership play-off semi-final clash with Livingston.

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Dougie Hill was on target for Dumbarton. Picture: SNS.

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath (Agg 3-2): Sons resist late barrage

Dumbarton withstood a second-half bombardment by Arbroath to secure their place in the Championship play-off final against Alloa.

Sam Stanton scores Dundee United's winner on 70 minutes to book the Tannadice club's play-off semi-final date with Livingston. Picture: SNS.

Dundee United 2 - 1 Dunfermline: Sam Stanton seals fightback

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United’s promotion aspirations remain alive courtesy of his sublime winner as their second-half revival left Dunfermline truly distraught in this thrilling Tannadice tie.

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Rumour Mill: Gerrard wants Skrtel at Rangers | Rugby at Celtic Park? | Gers take reported Hoops target on trial

Steven Gerrard targets Martin Skrtel for Rangers; could the PRO14 final be played at Celtic Park and reported Celtic target is training with Rangers

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Dunfermline captain Callum Morris, right, in action against Dundee United's Thomas Mikkelsen during the goalless first leg of their play-off quarter-final on Tuesday. Picture: SNS

My Dundee United future is not in the balance insists Csaba Laszlo

Csaba Laszlo last night insisted his Dundee United future doesn’t depend on tonight’s crunch play-off clash with Dunfermline – and still expects to be at the helm even if they miss out on their promotion dream.

Dunfermline's Lee Ashcroft is sent off by referee Bobby Madden. Picture: Bruce White/SNS

Dunfermline 0 - 0 Dundee United: Pars’ Lee Ashcroft sent off

If this first-leg stalemate proved anything, it was how little there is between these teams. Dunfermline finished with ten men but are still in the tie after Dundee United failed to take advantage.

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Scott McDonald is back in his favoured striking role for Dundee United. Picture: SNS.

Scott McDonald happy to return to sharp end for Dundee United

Scott McDonald will return to the front line this evening in the hope of providing the ammunition required to fire Dundee United back to the Premiership.

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Peter Grant (centre) is among those leaving Falkirk. Picture: SNS Group

Falkirk confirm departure of four first-team players

Falkirk have announced that four first-team players are to leave the club this summer when their contracts expire.


Rumour Mill: Edouard wants to stay | Fans storm Rangers POTY bash | Rangers refuse media access

Old Firm goal hero Odsonne Edouard keen to stay at Celtic; video on social media appears to show Rangers fans attempting to gain access to the club’s Player of the Year award ceremony and Rangers refuse media access after 5-0 drubbing

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