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THE message is simple but effective and has already worked once to great effect for Mark Warburton. Rangers fans think he is magic, and Warburton is determined to give them more to sing about.
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IT was a mixed bag of results for former men's and women's singles champions as the Scottish National Championships continued for the fourth day at a wet and bitterly cold Ayr Northfield
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NEW Partick Thistle captain Abdul Osman believes the Firhill men should be targeting the top six rather than simply retaining their Premiership status as they open up their campaign at Hamilton.
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MICHAEL McGOVERN is hoping that another great season with Hamilton can propel him all the way to France next summer as part of Northern Ireland’s squad for Euro 2016.
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ROBBIE NEILSON has ordered his players not to let flag day fall flat following a poignant visit from Hearts icon Freddie Glidden.
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CHRIS ERSKINE last night insisted Aberdeen remain the benchmark as Dundee United attempt to eclipse their New Firm rivals this season.
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DEREK McINNES might find an opening game of the season against Dundee United following a near-7000 miles flight from Kazakhstan challenging, but the Aberdeen manager must consider, too, that his
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SCOTT BOYD admits the success of near-neighbours Inverness Caledonian Thistle have set the bar for Ross County's ambitions in the coming season.
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RICKY BURNS returns to the ring tonight in Hull following an absence of just three months when he faces the exotically named Prince Ofotsu at the KC Stadium.
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THE bar continues to rise year after year for St Johnstone. A new league campaign opens for them against Hearts at Tynecastle tomorrow and nobody will be taking them lightly. Their European
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