Lennon has been given a one-game suspended touchline ban
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists it is worth “sacrificing” some Clydesdale Bank Premier League matches for the long-term health of his title-winning squad.
Comment in reference to former Ibrox director Imran Ahmad
The 12 Scottish Premier League clubs are set to vote on the plans
League reforms are taking place in Scotland
McGlynn departs with immediate effect after taking over at the helm last June
Fabrice Muamba will present the Capital One Cup to the winning captain in Sunday's Wembley final between Swansea and Bradford.
Premier League strugglers St Mirren pulled off one of the biggest cup shocks of recent times as they beat 14-time winners Celtic 3-2 at Hampden Park to reach the Scottish Communities League Cup final in March.
QPR assistant linked with vacancy north of the border
The plans would see two leagues of 12 split into three divisions of eight after 22 games
Rangers have added to the sense of flux in Scottish football by raising the intriguing prospect of joining England’s Premier League.
Scotland's most successful football club is trying to attract potential investors with an eye on someday playing in the English Premier League.
Gordon Strachan has emerged as the favourite to take over as Scotland manager after Craig Levein's turbulent three-year spell ended yesterday.
Craig Levein has finally paid the price for Scotland's poor start to their World Cup qualifying campaign after being “relieved of his duties” as national team manager.
The National Secretary of the Scottish Youth Football Association (SYFA), David Little, has blamed an “influx” of “average” foreign players for the current plight of the national side.
Fabrice Muamba admits watching football is a frustrating experience after he was forced to retire from the game.