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The Light Blues got their first SPFL Championship points on the board with victory over Falkirk last Friday before hitting the goal trail and blasting eight past Clyde in the Petrofac Training Cup this week.
5 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
Gary Naysmith and Mark Hateley at the draw for the quarter-finals of the Petrofac Training Cup at Lesser Hampden yesterday.
Goalkeeper Allan McGregor gifted Lokeren the goal which saw them defeat Hull 1-0 in the first leg of their Europa League qualifying play-off tie.
Having taken to the hallowed turf in both green and blue, turning out for Hibernian and Rangers before his move to Norwich City seven years ago, the former Scotland defender knows what it takes to win, and what it feels like to lose.
Barry Ferguson admits he forced himself to watch a rerun of Clyde's hammering at Ibrox not once, but twice.
As the Ibrox club have journeyed up the leagues in recent years, the 20-year-old has been the one beacon for home-grown development in Ally McCoist's first XI.
Kris Boyd picked the perfect moment to score his first goals in his second spell at Ibrox - celebrating with a hat-trick on Monday evening on what was his 31st birthday.
Edinburgh-based oil and gas explorer Cairn Energy has announced losses after tax in the first half of this year of $62m .
Strength in the group's production services business driven by shale gas was offset slightly by weakness in toehr divisions Oil services company, Wood Group, has reported a 10% rise in revenues on the back of activities in US shale gas market.
ROBBIE NEILSON, the Hearts head coach, admits he is keen to recruit a fifth first team goalkeeper to avert another crisis between the sticks.
Rangers strolled to an 8-1 victory over Clyde at Ibrox to secure a place the third round of the Petrofac Training Cup.
Rangers may have secured their first Championship win of the season on Friday night - but for an hour at Falkirk they were far from impressive - as even Ally McCoist acknowledged.
CLYDE striker Michael Daly has enjoyed a fantastic beginning and an unbelievable end at Ibrox in the past and he now wants to go the whole hog and have an amazing beginning, middle and end when his side meets Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup tonight.
Opening day of the Premier League season and Hull marched on following our European victory.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 04:44 am
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