League Two

League Two

Berwick 0 - 6 Hibs: John McGinn rested as Hibs cruise to win

Hibs shone in the Borders sunshine as they coasted to a 6-0 win over Berwick Rangers.

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Clyde striker David Goodwillie is reportedly a signing  target for Premiership Livingston. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Stephen Halliday: David Goodwillie and football’s moral maze

The moral high ground has always been dangerous and uncertain territory within the environs of Scottish football.

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Coup for Edinburgh City as they sign Conrad Balatoni

Edinburgh City have pulled off something of a coup in making former Hearts defender Conrad Balatoni their seventh signing of the summer.

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Inverness CT won last season's IRN-BRU Cup. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

SPFL confirm English teams to take part in IRN-BRU Cup

The IRN-BRU Cup will feature English representation it has been confirmed.

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Rangers academy boss backs plans to introduce B teams

The head of Rangers’ youth academy has backed plans to introduce B teams into the Scottish league set-up.

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Ian Murray in frame to become next manager of Albion Rovers

Former Dumbarton and 
St Mirren manager Ian Murray has emerged as a managerial candidate for the vacant position at 
Albion Rovers.

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Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan and Cove Rangers manager John Sheran, right, clash before they're both sent off. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

‘We were cheated’ blasts Cove Rangers manager John Sheran

Cove Rangers didn’t send anyone to the traditional post-match press conference after the 3-2 defeat by Cowdenbeath in Saturday’s League Two play-off final. But manager John Sheran did vent his anger in a short interview with BBC Radio Scotland in which he claimed his side had been “cheated”.

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Cowdenbeath's Brad Smith celebrates his goal with his teammates. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Cowdenbeath 3-2 Cove Rangers: Cowden survive relegation to Lowland League

Last season they survived after the drama of a penalty shoot-out – yesterday Cowdenbeath retained their SPFL status amidst scenes that would have been worthy of the kind of shoot-out associated with the O.K Corral.

Cowdenbeath chairman Donald Findlay QC at Central Park. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Donald Findlay on his love of and fears for Cowdenbeath

Donald Findlay likes to start each day with The Scotsman crossword and I imagine he usually completes it. This legal eagle perches on the uppermost branch, the ace defender of some of the nastiest pieces of work who’ve ever worn a suit in court, though he doesn’t describe himself like this. “I’m simply a mechanic,”
is what he says, “who uses words instead of tools.”

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Cove Rangers' Paul McManus tackles Cowdenbeath's Jamie Pyper. Picture: SNS.

Cove Rangers 0 - 0 Cowdenbeath: Profligacy denies Highland League side

Cove Rangers have everything in place off the field for moving up from the Highland League to the SPFL next season and if they had shown a bit more composure against Cowdenbeath they would have taken a significant step towards achieving that on the park as well.

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Montrose celebrate winning the Ladbrokes League Two title. SNS/Roddy Scott

Montrose 1 - 1 Elgin: Point enough to secure League Two title

Montrose stars wrote themselves into the club’s history books with only their second title success in 139 years as they held on to a crucial draw against Elgin City to claim the League 2 trophy.

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Hibs manager Neil Lennon. Picture: John Devlin

The 8 most outstanding managers in Scottish football this term

Craig Fowler looks at the many managers who’ve thoroughly impressed in Scottish football this season

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Neil Doncaster credits an improved deal with sponsors Ladbrokes among the reasons for the record pot. Picture: SNS

SPFL announce record prize money for Scottish football clubs

The SPFL have announced clubs will share a record pot for prize money at the end of the 2017/18 season.

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James Tavernier has taken his play up a level this season. Picture: SNS

The 17 most improved players in Scottish football this season

Which players have shown improvement from last season to the current campaign, catching the eye and winning hearts of supporters across Scotland?

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Russell McLean netted twice in Peterhead's win. Picture: SNS/Alan Harvey

League 2 round-up: Top two record easy victories

Peterhead remain top of League Two on goal difference following a comfortable 3-0 win over Clyde who slip out of the play-off spots.

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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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Administrator Bryan Jackson giving updates on the financial situation at various football clubs has become a common sight. Picture: Jeff Holmes/SNS

Man who saved Hearts writes play on ‘insanity of Scottish football’

When the observation is put to him that he is among the most influential people in Scottish football over the last 20 years, if not the most influential, Bryan Jackson coughs, splutters, then accepts the compliment with good grace.

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Clyde striker Ally Love (pictured playing for Brechin City earlier this season). Picture: SNS

Clyde forward Ally Love given five-game ban for racial abuse

Clyde footballer Ally Love has been banned by the Scottish FA for five games after being found guilty of racially abusing Annan Athletic’s Rabin Omar in a League Two match against on 2 January.

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Every signing made by Scottish clubs in the January 2018 transfer window

A comprehensive list of all the signings made by Scottish league clubs during the January transfer window

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Disciplinary hearing postponed after ‘bust-up in car park’

The disciplinary case against Clyde player Ally Love for allegedly using racist terms to Annan’s Rabin Omar in a League 2 game at Broadwood on 2 January has been put back a week to allow the Scottish Football Association to gather more information about an alleged bust-up between the players in the car park after the game.

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