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Queen of the South 4 Aberdeen 3: Stewart sinks Dons to make history

Queen of the South were swept to the first Scottish Cup final in their 89-year history on a tide of emotion and goals here yesterday, as John Stewart came back to haunt Aberdeen.

Inside Scottish

Aitken prepares to live his boyhood dream

Saturday, 12 April 2008

Queen of the South defender Andy Aitken will live out a boyhood dream when he lines up against Aberdeen in today's Scottish Cup semi-final.

Robson sure he can break through at Parkhead

Wednesday, 9 April 2008

The Celtic midfielder Barry Robson is confident he is not set to suffer the fate of his team-mate Derek Riordan and spend his Parkhead career on the sidelines. Riordan criticised the club's manager, Gordon Strachan, over the weekend for his lack of game time since he was signed from Hibernian in June 2006.

Aberdeen 2 Falkirk 1: Maguire lifts Dons into top six

Tuesday, 8 April 2008

Chris Maguire was once again the hero for Aberdeen, scoring a crucial double against Falkirk to ensure his side leapfrogged their opponents and qualified for the top six of the SPL last night.

Dundee United 3 Rangers 3: Levein proud of Terrors despite Rangers surrender

Monday, 7 April 2008

Dundee United manager Craig Levein praised his players despite three times losing the lead to Rangers in a 3-3 draw at Tannadice.

Celtic 0 Motherwell 1: Strachan takes no comfort from McDonald apology

Monday, 7 April 2008

Gordon Strachan, the Celtic manager, received an apology from Scott McDonald after the Australia striker threw a tantrum during Saturday's home defeat by Motherwell which all but ended his side's title hopes.

Celtic 0 Motherwell 1: Lappin sucker punch hits Celtic's title bid

Sunday, 6 April 2008

With friends like this, who needs enemies. Mark McGhee may have been close to Gordon Strachan for 30 years but that did not stop the Motherwell manager inflicting a fatal blow to his Celtic counterpart's ambitions of a third successive title. Simon Lappin's predatory first-half finish wrecked Celtic's home record and killed the champions' lingering hopes of catching Rangers, who now travel to Dundee United today in the knowledge that they have a six-point cushion and two games in hand.

Novo keen to move off the bench for Rangers

Saturday, 5 April 2008

Nacho Novo is hoping for a greater slice of the action as Walter Smith's side continue their hectic run of big games.

Lennon back at Celtic Park to work alongside Strachan

Friday, 4 April 2008

Celtic have appointed their former captain Neil Lennon to the club's coaching staff. Lennon, now 36, left Celtic Park last summer and has had playing spells at Nottingham Forest and Wycombe this season. However he returns to Celtic with immediate effect and will be on the bench as a coach for tomorrow's Premier League game against Motherwell.

Hemdani return lifts Rangers for Lisbon showdown

Wednesday, 2 April 2008

Brahim Hemdani has handed Rangers a timely boost by declaring himself fit for tomorrow's Uefa Cup quarter-final match with Sporting Lisbon. The midfielder has been a key man in Rangers' European challenge this season, starting 13 of the club's 14 games in the Champions League and Uefa Cup despite featuring in just 11 Scottish Premier League matches.

Burley hits out at fans' 'ridiculous' criticism of Strachan

Wednesday, 2 April 2008

The Scotland manager George Burley claims it is "ridiculous" that Celtic fans are calling for the head of manager Gordon Strachan.

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