John Kennedy praised the patience Celtic showed against Livingston on Saturday before they dished out a 6-0 Scottish Premiership punishment to the West Lothian side.
John Kennedy believes Celtic’s 6-0 thrashing of Livingston set his side up perfectly for their Scottish Cup clash with Rangers.
Livingston manager David Martindale has challenged his side to cap a memorable season by securing European football.
Livingston manager David Martindale believes Raith Rovers can be a “fantastic addition” to the Scottish Premiership after the Lions needed extra-time to knock John McGlynn’s side out of the Scottish Cup.
Livingston manager David Martindale feels his team deserve their place in the Scottish Cup fourth round after needing extra-time to see off Raith Rovers 2-1.
Raith boss John McGlynn knows they face a tough task to replicate against Livingston what he was told was among the club’s best performances.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross admits he was content with a point at Livingston as the Leith side strengthened their grip on third place in the Premiership.
David Martindale is happy for Livingston to be avoiding the Scottish Premiership bottom-six battle.
David Martindale described Livingston clinching a top-six spot for the second-successive season as an “unbelievable effort from the club”.
Livingston manager David Martindale has challenged his players to recreate their midweek performance as they approach their third game inside a week.
Furious Rangers boss Steven Gerrard told John Beaton he was “out of order” after being sent off following a sensational half-time bust-up with the official at Livingston.
Steven Gerrard faces an Old Firm sweat after being sent off for launching a furious rant at referee John Beaton during Rangers’ 1-0 win at Livingston.
Livingston manager David Martindale has urged his players to use their Hampden pain to propel them forward.
An emotional Callum Davidson savoured a special but “surreal” moment after leading St Johnstone to their second major trophy.
Livingston manager David Martindale aims to deliver long-term benefits for the club in Sunday’s Betfred Cup final.
Livingston manager David Martindale is desperate to deliver the Betfred Cup for everyone at the club who gave him the opportunity to work in professional football.
When Livingston last won the League Cup in 2004, Marvin Bartley was about to be released by Burnham and told he was not good enough for the Southern League.
Livingston will travel to the Betfred Cup final in a convoy of cars – and manager David Martindale still expects Efe Ambrose to get lost on the way to Hampden.
Dundee United manager Micky Mellon told his players they had set new standards to maintain following their 3-0 win over Livingston.
David Martindale has reminded his Livingston players that Betfred Cup final places are up for grabs in the next two league games.
Livingston manager David Martindale has hailed Scott Robinson’s player of the month award as just recognition for his impact on their form.
Manager David Martindale felt Livingston were undone by set-piece sloppiness after suffering his first defeat in management.
Callum Davidson is adamant St Johnstone’s 2-1 victory over Livingston will have no bearing when the sides take to the field for the Betfred Cup final.
Jason Holt believes the correct chemistry at Livingston has underpinned the West Lothian club’s remarkable run of form.
Livingston boss David Martindale insists the winners of Saturday’s Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone would only take a slight advantage into their Betfred Cup final.
Dons boss Derek McInnes admitted their poor first half display cost them the chance of getting anything against Livingston.
Livingston manager David Martindale believes European qualification has to be a goal for his side after victory at Aberdeen moved them to within five points of their opponents.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen could now have the strike force to get better of Livingston – and chase down second in Premiership
Loan signings Fraser Hornby, Florian Kamberi and Callum Hendry could put a stop to Aberdeen’s striker goal drought and help pile the pressure on Celtic.
‘Can you imagine listening to the Champions League music playing at Pittodrie?’ – Aberdeen defender Andy Considine targeting second in Premiership
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine dreams of hearing the Champions League theme at Pittodrie next season.
Livingston manager David Martindale will tweak his side and tactics for the second half of the double-header against Aberdeen but admits there were no revelations to come from Saturday’s goalless draw.