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Former Dons striker Stevie May admits there is added pressure on him to score on his quick-fire return to Pittodrie with new club St Johnstone.
Mikey Devlin was delighted to be part of the Scotland squad for the European Championship qualifying double header with Russia and Belgium.
Paul Hartley says it is a case of practise, practise, practise if Cove Rangers want to keep their unbeaten League Two start going.
Peterhead’s Jamie Stevenson says his season starts now, as he looks to make up for lost time.
Manager Jim McInally says Aidan Smith has a big role to play for Peterhead – even if it’s not in his natural position.
Chairman Moorhouse – Cove’s first month in League Two has been ‘brilliant’ and dressing room ‘camaraderie’ is ‘plain to see’
Chairman Keith Moorhouse says Cove Rangers’ reception during their first month in League Two has been “absolutely brilliant”.
Peterhead’s Simon Ferry is set to feature against Raith Rovers on Saturday – ending a run of missing games on artificial pitches.
Attacker Ryan Christie insists Scotland will learn tough lessons from their hammering by Belgium.
Young Don Connor McLennan was thrilled to bag a brace which delivered a vital Euro qualifying win for Scotland’s Under-21s in Croatia.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says he is using Ryan Dow as part of his sales pitch to land a new striker.
Clarke – ‘Very difficult’ to find positives after Scotland’s 4-0 loss to Belgium as he aims for third place in Euro 2020 qualifying group
Steve Clarke says a third-place finish has to be the aim after Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another miserable night.
Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another horror night, with Steve Clarke’s team losing 4-0 to Belgium at Hampden.
Challenging themselves against the best team in the world could be the perfect pick-me-up for Scotland, according to Ryan Christie.
Paul Hartley thinks Saturday’s narrow 1-0 loss at Connah’s Quay Nomads was a great advert for Cove Rangers.
Former Don Kenny McLean insists Scotland have the quality to hurt Belgium and restore some hope in their bid to qualify for Euro 2020 from Group I.
Clarke has ‘to believe there is a solution’ to Scotland’s woes after Russia Euro 2020 qualifying loss
Boss Steve Clarke accepts Scotland will have to take at least a point from the world’s top team to keep alive their slim Euro 2020 hopes.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley says his underdogs will play with no fear against Connah’s Quay Nomads this evening.
Scotland hopes of qualifying for Euro 2020 from Group I look over after a 2-1 defeat to Russia at Hampden.
Cove Rangers captain Mitch Megginson is happy to have a break from League Two action tomorrow, but he still wants to see his side keep up their winning ways.
Skipper Robertson says positive results in Scotland double header will take ‘100%’ from every player
Scotland captain Andy Robertson believes the Euro 2020 bid can be reignited at Hampden ... but it will take 100% from every player involved.
Peterhead’s David Ferguson hopes the club can provide him with a springboard to return to full-time football.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident Scott McKenna’s latest injury setback will not hinder his Scotland career.
Hamburg defender David Bates revealed a phone call from Scotland boss Steve Clarke helped him through his rehabilitation from an ankle injury.
Midfielder Robert Snodgrass has opened up about his “mentally scarring” time with the Scotland squad in recent years.
Scott Ross was on the bench for Aberdeen in Europe – but the Cove Rangers defender says a game outside Scotland will be a new experience for some of his team-mates.
Cove Rangers have put defender Darryn Kelly on the transfer list at his own request.
Scotland coach Steven Reid today insisted Oli McBurnie’s commitment to the national side is not in doubt after a recent social media storm.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says they showed a lot of character to hold on for all three points in Stranraer.
Paul Hartley hailed his “outstanding” table-toppers after Cove extended their unbeaten run in League Two to five against Queen’s Park.
Banks o’ Dee are into the first round of the Scottish Cup after dispatching Golspie Sutherland 2-0 in the second preliminary round.