Two Scottish Premiership clubs eye move for Rangers outcast Kenny Miller

Hibs and Motherwell are the early front-runners to land Kenny Miller as the player looks set to have played his last game at Ibrox.

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Motherwell's Cedric Kipre celebrates the Scottish Cup semi-final win over Aberdeen. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Motherwell’s Cedric Kipre can’t wait to right wrongs of first Hampden final

As Motherwell’s victorious players left the Hampden Park surface on Saturday afternoon, having defeated Aberdeen 3-0 to book their place in the Scottish Cup final, there was one last song from the jubilant crowd to see them up the tunnel.

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Rumour Mill: Ibrox stars in tunnel bust-up | Hibs could slash Gers tickets | Rangers ‘need £100m to catch Celtic’

Two Rangers players needed separated after post-match bust-up; Hibs could look to reduce Rangers’ ticket allocation and pundit claims the Ibrox side need £100m to catch Celtic

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Motherwell's two-goal semi-final hero Curtis Main. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Motherwell won’t ask for 50:50 final split with Celtic

Motherwell have revealed they will not ask for a 50-50 split of the ticket allocation for this season’s Scottish Cup final.

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Curtis Main wheels away in celebration after opening the scoring for Motherwell. He was to score a second on a dominant day. Picture: SNS

Motherwell take route one into Scottish Cup final

Motherwell are an easy target for critics – and that’s all that’s easy about them. The Steelmen have more than lived up to their traditional moniker this season, a character trait which has drawn rancour from some quarters.

Ryan Bowman (left) and Curtis Main, right, were thorns in Aberdeen's side from the off. Picture: SNS Group

Steelmen pack a mighty punch as Aberdeen falter at Hampden

Main and Bowman make the difference for Motherwell as Dons are left reeling

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Rumour Mill: Celtic face fight to land defender | Rodgers lined up to replace Conte | Gers eye Clarke

Celtic face a battle to land League Two defender; Rodgers on shortlist to replace Antonio Conte and Rangers keen on Steve Clarke

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Motherwell manager Stephen Robinso. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

No fears for Stephen Robinson over cup final opponents

Stephen Robinson does not care who Motherwell face in the William Hill Scottish Cup final after watching his side advance to their second Hampden showpiece of the season with a stunning 3-0 win over Aberdeen.

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Motherwell's Curtis Main wheels away after his second goal. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Motherwell 3 - 0 Aberdeen: Five things we learned

Andy Harrow looks back on Motherwell’s comfortable victory over Aberdeen in Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final.

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Motherwell's Curtis Main wheels away after opening the scoring. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Motherwell 3 - 0 Aberdeen: How the players rated

Ratings out of ten for every player in Motherwell’s Scottish Cup semi-final victory over Aberdeen.

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Curtis Main scores Motherwell's third goal against Aberdeen. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Motherwell 3 - 0 Aberdeen: Curtis Main double powers Well to Scottish Cup Final

There was something of the street fighter dusting up the nine-stone weakling about Motherwell’s muscling of their way to the Scottish Cup final this afternoon.

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Motherwell striker Curtis Main speaks to the media ahead of his side's Scottish Cup clash with Aberdeen. Picture: SNS

Curtis Main buys into Motherwell mission to become big-match regulars

When Motherwell lost to Celtic in the BetFred Cup final in November, it was the Lanarkshire club’s first appearance at a Hampden showpiece for seven seasons.

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Former Celtic and Manchester United striker Brian McClair, who also had a spell as SFA Performance Director. Picture: Alistair Linford

Interview: Brian McClair on his new life in a New Town

New Town Flaneur, a droll, knowing Twitter account, has amassed more than 11,000 followers by mocking the plum cords-wearing, Prosecco-quaffing ways of residents in that part of Edinburgh. But watch out, a rival is in town.

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Richard Tait, Ryan Bowman, Cedric Kipre and Charles Dunne have all extended their Motherwell contracts. Pictures: SNS Group

Cedric Kipre among four Motherwell players to sign new deals

Motherwell have extended the contracts of four players, including central defender Cedric Kipre.

Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson. Picture: Michael Gillen

Why Stephen Robinson should be Derek McInnes’ successor at Aberdeen

Joel Sked looks ahead to the Scottish Cup semi-final and ponders whether the ideal candidate to replace Derek McInnes, when the boss eventually leaves Aberdeen, will be sitting in the opposite dugout

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Rumour Mill: Ex-Ajax coach wants to manage Rangers | David Bates contract demands | three clubs chase Cammy Bell

Former Ajax coach Marcel Keizer wants to talk with Rangers over manager’s job, David Bates couldn’t agree to a new contract with Rangers after the club turned down his £7,500-a-week demands, and Hibs stopper Cammy Bell is being chased by three teams.

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Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson. Picture: SNS

Stephen Robinson backs Motherwell’s ‘Millwall identity’

No-one likes them, they don’t care. Except they do, really. Motherwell manager Steve Robinson may have, by his own admission, rebuilt the Lanarkshire club using, as his template, Championship contenders Millwall, but he would still appreciate a little love from the pundits.

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The SPFL and Police Scotland have been keen to avoid Celtic clinching the Premiership title against Rangers due to fears of crowd trouble. Picture: John Devlin

Celtic versus Rangers title decider still on the cards

The Scottish Professional Football League and Police Scotland are braced for a potential title decider between Celtic and Rangers despite orchestrated attempts to ensure this is not the case.

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Rumour Mill: Old Firm title decider axed | Dons won’t get Hibs ace | Musonda ‘will get chance’

Cops say no to Old Firm title decider, Aberdeen set to miss out on Hibs ace and Brendan Rodgers insists Charly Musonda will get his chance

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Former Motherwell boss Stuart McCall and ex-Aberdeen striker Scott Booth look ahead to the Scottish Cup semi-finals. Picture: Steve Welsh

Stuart McCall says Aberdeen will miss Graeme Shinnie against Motherwell

Former Motherwell manager Stuart McCall believes the odds on the Fir Park club reaching
the William Hill Scottish Cup final have been shortened 
considerably by the absence of suspended Aberdeen trio Graeme Shinnie, Kenny McLean and Shay Logan.

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