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Michael O'Neill has turned down the opportunity to take over as Scotland boss.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran says facing Livingston or Falkirk would be a “big test” if they make it through to the Scottish Cup fifth round.
‘Our message is just a massive thank you. It was phenomenal to see everyone come together’
Aberdeen were handed a New Firm derby in the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie has urged his players to seize the chance to become legends by pulling off a shock win against Rangers.
Ex-Broch attacker and Bristol City hero Scott Murray wants nothing more than two teams in blue to be humbled in cup competitions this week.
He has been with the club for 37 years – but Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble admits he has never been involved in a game that has required so much preparation.
The pitch inspection ahead of Fraserburgh's Scottish Cup tie with Rangers has been brought forward.
Peterhead’s Scottish Cup fourth round tie with Dumbarton has been postponed due to a frozen pitch. An inspection took place at Balmoor at 1pm, but the pitch was deemed to be unplayable. The tie has been rearranged for Tuesday with a 7.45pm kick-off.
Tonight’s Scottish Cup tie between Formartine United and Cove Rangers has been postponed due to a frozen pitch. An inspection took place at North Lodge Park at 1pm and the game was called off. The tie has now been rearranged for Wednesday, January 31 with an 8pm kick-off.
Steven Naismith claims Hearts’ desire to capture his services led to his move to Tynecastle.
I’m a Broch loon, so this is a dream come true to take on Rangers in Scottish Cup, says Fraserburgh defender Hay
It was Bryan Hay’s late goal against Spartans that got Fraserburgh through to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup
Blue Toon boss McInally: I’m surprised Rory is still at Peterhead – but he’s just barmy for Balmoor!
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he is surprised star striker Rory McAllister has not attracted more interest from full-time clubs.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has admitted he was surprised to discover his team are the third highest scorers in the history of the SPFL.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally described their 4-3 win over Stirling Albion as “the biggest three points of the season so far”.
Dons boss McInnes out to ensure his players stick to the script – by bringing Scottish Cup back to Aberdeen
Dons boss Derek McInnes watched St Mirren games on the flight out to Dubai to ensure nothing is left to chance in their Scottish Cup clash.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally dedicated his manager of the month award to his players.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally as been named League Two Manager of the Month for December, the SPFL has announced. The Blue Toon won all four of their fixtures in the last month of 2017, scoring 13 times in the process. Their fifth fixture, at home to Clyde, was postponed over a frozen pitch.
Peterhead's blistering run of recent form has seen them become the second highest goalscorers in the SPFL.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally praised his players for responding to a half-time rollocking to beat title rivals Stenhousemuir 4-1.
A Russian football scout has swapped the glamour of the Champions League for munching pies in Montrose.
Willie Gibson has challenged Peterhead to keep up their scintillating form and beat bogy side Stenhousemuir.
‘Ladies and gentlemen I give you Mckenna and Souttar’ – Scotland legend Willie Miller presents his case for a new defensive pairing
Legend Willie Miller today insisted he has seen the future of Scottish football – and it is rising Premiership centre-back stars Scott McKenna and John Souttar.
Falkirk have apologised and vowed to take action against the culprits after some of their fans threw fake eyes towards Dunfermline midfielder Dean Shiels during last night’s Ladbrokes Championship derby.
Delighted boss Jim McInally today warned Peterhead will be hard to live with if they maintain their red hot form.
Peterhead delivered an emphatic League Two title message by destroying leaders Montrose 6-2.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is setting his sights on other transfer targets after missing out on defender Tom Lang.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has challenged his team to prove their title credentials by beating rivals Montrose tomorrow.
Celtic winger Jonny Hayes is unlikely to play again this season after it was confirmed he broke a leg in the 2-0 win at Dundee on Boxing Day.
Rangers’ appointment of Graeme Murty until the end of the season tells you they don’t really know where they are going as a club.