Ross County manager John Hughes believes there is everything to play for in the Scottish Premiership relegation battle after his side came from behind twice to force a 2-2 draw at Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock boss Tommy Wright has accused Ross County counterpart John Hughes of trying to influence referees.
Kilmarnock boss Tommy Wright hopes their new-found goal scoring touch can give them momentum for the relegation run-in.
Kilmarnock boss Tommy Wright hailed Kyle Lafferty’s influence on and off the park after the striker scored a hat-trick in a 4-0 Scottish Cup win at Stenhousemuir.
Motherwell boss Graham Alexander admitted they had a problem after a second 4-1 defeat against the Scottish Premiership’s bottom club in two months.
Tommy Wright felt his Kilmarnock side’s decision-making had finally come good as a 4-1 win over Motherwell lifted them off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
Tommy Wright enjoyed an emphatic first win as Kilmarnock manager as his side hauled themselves off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership and kept Motherwell in the dogfight.
Tommy Wright believes keeping Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership would rank alongside any of his achievements in coaching.
Karl Robinson praised his side for keeping their emotions in check after beating arch-rivals Swindon 2-1 to bolster their play-off hopes.
John Hughes says Ross County cannot afford to ease off in the coming weeks of the season.
John Hughes praised Billy Mckay’s response to being left out of the team in recent weeks after the striker’s double helped Ross County to a 3–2 victory over Kilmarnock.
Tommy Wright is focused on finding Kilmarnock’s cutting edge ahead of Saturday’s trip to fellow strugglers Ross County.
Northampton caretaker manager Jon Brady blamed individual mistakes after seeing his side’s winless run extended to 11 games with a 2-1 defeat at relegation rivals Swindon.
Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright felt his side were robbed of victory over Dundee United by a wrongly disallowed goal.
Zech Medley made amends for his first-half error by ending Kilmarnock’s eight-match losing run.
Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright has been accentuating the positives as his side look to end a club-record run of eight consecutive defeats.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is backing his side to overcome Hibernian in the battle for third place in the Scottish Premiership after a 1-0 win over Kilmarnock yesterday eased the gloom around Pittodrie.
Aberdeen finally ended the worst scoring drought in the club's 118 year history when defeating Kilmarnock 1-0 at Pittodrie.
Tommy Wright is looking to inspire some self-belief into his misfiring Kilmarnock side when he takes them to equally shot-shy Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership this weekend.
Steven Gerrard spoke about a “really exciting time” for Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers after securing another three vital points before turning their attention to Europe.
Kyle Lafferty is excited to be back in Scottish football again after signing a short-term deal with Kilmarnock.
Tommy Wright took plenty of encouragement despite starting his Kilmarnock reign with a home defeat at the hands of Motherwell.
Motherwell spoiled Tommy Wright’s return to the Scottish Premiership as Allan Campbell’s second-half strike earned the visitors a 1-0 victory at Kilmarnock.
St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson feels his relationship with Tommy Wright will remain the same after his former mentor took over at Kilmarnock.
New Kilmarnock boss Tommy Wright has no fresh injuries to contend with for his first game in charge against Motherwell.
Tommy Wright walked the length of the Sahara desert during his break from football but the new Kilmarnock manager will not stray far from his tried and trusted formula for success in the Scottish Premiership.
New Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright is excited about the prospect of filling out Rugby Park if he can replicate his previous success.
Kilmarnock have appointed Tommy Wright as their new manager.
Kilmarnock are looking for a new manager after Alex Dyer left the club in the wake of their 3-2 home defeat by St Johnstone.
Assistant manager Tommy Wright accepts Swindon are in a “difficult situation” following the 1-0 defeat at top-of-the-table Hull.