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Charles Green says Rangers should be promoted to middle tier

League reforms are taking place in Scotland

Scorer Connor Newton (right) celebrates with Craig Samson

St Mirren 3 Hearts 2: Trophy hunt finally ends after 26 years

St Mirren midfielder Paul McGowan believes the players did the club proud when they ended a 26-year wait for a trophy by winning the Scottish League Cup at Hampden Park yesterday with a 3-2 triumph over Hearts.

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown

Craig Brown will retire as Aberdeen manager at end of season

Former Scotland manager will see out season

Hibernian's anger at goal error in Hearts draw

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Rangers post loss of £7m

Charles Green's consortium purchased the business and assets of Rangers last summer

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Rangers keep titles after 'witch-hunt'

Sir David Murray claims Rangers have been the victims of a "retrospective witch-hunt" after a Scottish Premier League-appointed commission found the oldco club guilty of making undisclosed payments to players.

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Rangers will not be stripped of titles over undisclosed payments

Scottish club fined £250,000 following an investigation

John McGlynn

John McGlynn leaves Hearts by mutual consent

McGlynn departs with immediate effect after taking over at the helm last June

Rangers fans wave their characteristic flags

Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes supporters should be issued with a safe songsheet

Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes the club's supporters should be issued with a safe songsheet outlining just what chants are and are not acceptable.

Poor form costs Barry Smith Dundee job

Dundee have sacked their manager Barry Smith, left. The club are currently 15 points adrift at the bottom of the Scottish Premier League, having been promoted as a late addition to the top flight last summer when Rangers dropped out of the division due to their financial problems.

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Ally McCoist is a credit to Rangers, says Kenny McDowall

Rangers assistant boss Kenny McDowall believes the turmoil of the last 12 months will make Ally McCoist a better manager.

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Neil Lennon has been more Arsene Wenger, but can he be more like Sir Alex as Juventus come to town?

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Southampton midfielder Steven Davis finds the back of the net against Manchester City

Southampton midfielder Steven Davis interested in return to Rangers

Northern Ireland midfielder left Ibrox when administration hit

Neil Lennon has worked wonders in the Champions League this year

Neil Lennon changes nine for Juventus clash and Celtic still extend lead

Celtic changed nine players ahead of tomorrow's Champions League visit of Juventus as they came from behind to win 3-1 at second-placed Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday.

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