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First Division - Saturday 19th April 14:00
First Division - Saturday 26th April 14:00
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First Division - Saturday 3rd May 14:00
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Evening Telegraph - 2 days ago
Such golden nuggets are thin on the ground in British, never mind Scottish football. With the big English clubs shelling out millions for prodigious young talents from mainland European clubs, it's a surprise they aren't lashing their cash in the ...
Evening Telegraph - Yesterday
The Championship award will be fought over by Anthony Andreu of Hamilton Accies, Cowdenbeath striker Kane Hemmings, Falkirk's Rory Loy and Dundee hitman Peter MacDonald. And the League Two prize will go to one of either Lee Currie of Berwick Rangers ...
In Emma Burns, Cowdenbeath possessed a player of real talent, and Hearts defender, Kara Kidd, had several testing tussles against Sharon Deacon. Kidd's fellow central defender, Coral Cassidy, also had to produce a masterclass in calm play, while ...
Evening Telegraph - 1 week ago
“That means it's an exciting end to the season, that's for sure, and that's what we want in Scottish football. “We've four games left and ... Looking ahead to Saturday's home clash against Cowdenbeath, Iain Davidson could be a major doubt. Used at ...
Bleacher Report - 1 week ago
The stadium will be packed to its 20,000 capacity as Rangers look to collect yet another trophy on their drive back towards top-class football. Rangers are still yet to concede a goal in the competition this season, with Raith competing to be the first ...
Soccerly - 1 week ago
To avoid the drop, they have to win their remaining four games and hope the team in ninth - Cowdenbeath - lose all of theirs; but having only strung two consecutive wins together for the first time this season on Saturday, it looks highly unlikely. In ...
But he and chief executive Leeann Dempster have now decided to put off those discussions until the club gets a better idea of what prize money it can expect to receive from the Scottish Professional Football League. The Well boss said: "I had a brief ... - 3 weeks ago
“Football is about winning. That's one thing you learn when you come to Celtic because winning is in the DNA and it's fantastic to be here. I want to win as many trophies as I can. I am enjoying my time here.” St Mirren remain in the relegation play ...
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