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MARK Warburton insists his Rangers side will bring the mentality of the street fighter to the table in addition to the possession-based game he is endeavouring to instil at Ibrox.
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ONE man’s recovery is often another man’s setback in sport. A player’s return from injury, for example, often means a return to the bench or the reserves for another. The case is more
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WITH exactly one year to go until the beginning of the Olympic Games, the Sunday Herald reveals the identities of the world-class Scots we will join every step of the way on their journeys towards
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SCOTLAND eventually beat the rain and Nepal yesterday to go joint top of the World Cricket League (WCL) Championship. In a 50-over encounter frustratingly – and somewhat farcically – carried
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WHEN players of the calibre of Danny Wilson, Adam Eckersley and Jason Holt were allowed to leave Tynecastle over the close season, Hearts supporters might have felt some trepidation about the
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GARY Naysmith received a call from a friend recently which served as a reminder about just how hard this management lark can be.
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THE transition from junior to senior athlete is notoriously treacherous but for Duncan Scott, it could not have gone smoother. The 18-year-old already has a Commonwealth Games medal and he will
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MAYBE one day we will wake up to the absurdity of it all. A tournament that begins before the participants are defined. Like Serena Williams ditching Wimbledon after the second round because she
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MICHAEL Allen was born and bred in Belfast and played for Ulster for six years from the age of 18. But in one crucial sense, he never felt at home there – because he all too rarely got to play
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PARTICIPATING in European football is the aim of managers and players up and down the country, but there are drawbacks.
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