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Dundee United ruined St Mirren’s hopes of winning the Championship title at Tannadice last night with a somewhat unexpected 1-0 win. Which seemingly led to a bust up on the touchline between Csaba Laszlo and Jack Ross’ coaching staff. Asked about his United counterpart after the game, Ross simply said: “He’s not my cup of tea.”
Tributes have been pouring in for Partick Thistle legend, John Lambie, who unfortunately passed away on Tuesday at the age of 77. In a statement, PFA Scotland said: “There will be many an anecdote being told across football about this unique character. He put a smile on many a face.”
The fixture list for the coming SPFL split is expected to be published before the end of the week.
Ally McCoist believes Rangers need at least “four quality stars” to challenge Celtic next season. In which positions? It doesn’t seem to matter.
Gordon Strachan has warned against a possible Old Firm title decider, stating that we should take warning from the scenes at last week’s Liverpool v Manchester City clash.
Derek McInnes has stated that the absence of three key players – Graeme Shinnie, Kenny McLean and full-back Shay Logan – can’t dictate the narrative of their Scottish Cup semifinal against Motherwell.
Hearts plan to install a new £1 million hybrid pitch at Tynecastle in time for next season’s League Cup. The process will rip up the undersoil for the first time in almost 20 years.
Hibs have routinely hit their stadium capacity this season but the club’s chief executive, Leeann Dempster, has stated that there are no plans to expand Easter Road.
No nonsense to report today!