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Redford made over 200 appearances for the Glasgow club and McCoist admits he is 'deeply shocked' at the tragic news

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Wolves have slammed the Football Association's decision to reject midfielder Nenad Milijas' appeal against his red card in Tuesday's clash with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

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Lennon: I am interested in signing Boyd

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Ally McCoist happy with Rangers players despite Europa League exit

Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists he is happy with the players at his disposal despite being dumped out of the Europa League last night by Maribor.

McKay takes break before relocating to Rangers

Matt McKay is in line to make his Rangers debut against Dundee United next month after the Australia midfielder secured his work visa yesterday.

Frank Munro: Tough but stylish footballer who was a key figure for Wolves in their most successful period since the 1950s

Once described unforgettably by a Wolverhampton Wanderers fan with an inspired turn of phrase as "an E-type Jaguar inside a Sherman tank", Frank Munro was not only a redoubtable bulwark of the Black Countrymen's defence during the late 1960s and most of the 1970s, but also a stylish and occasionally audacious entertainer. The Scottish international was an imperious cornerstone of the accomplished Wolves side which reached the Uefa Cup final in 1972, then won the League Cup two years later, and after they were relegated in 1976 he captained them back to the First Division – the equivalent of today's Premier League – at the first attempt.

Injury to Hooper dampens Celtic joy

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Blackburn Rovers seal Radosav Petrovic move

Blackburn have completed the signing of Partizan Belgrade midfielder Radosav Petrovic, for an undisclosed fee.

Kean: Goodwillie is 'a natural finisher'

Steve Kean, the Blackburn Rovers manager, has described new signing David Goodwillie as a "great addition" and believes the Scotland international will offer something different to his squad.

Ally McCoist still hopeful over David Goodwillie

Rangers manager Ally McCoist this morning revealed his club were still in discussions with Dundee United over a move for David Goodwillie.

Daly rises to occasion to break Hearts

Dundee United defeated Hearts 1-0 at Tynecastle in the Scottish Premier League yesterday in an absorbing contest that was settled when Jon Daly nodded in Willo Flood's 38th-minute corner.

Goodwillie closes on Ewood move

Dundee United striker David Goodwillie is in talks with Blackburn after the two clubs agreed a fee, the Scottish club's manager Peter Houston has confirmed.

Jelavic leads Rangers to laboured victory

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