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Motherwell boss Mark McGhee handed two-match touchline ban over tunnel bust-up

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee has been handed an immediate two-match touchline ban following a post-match dispute at Dens Park.

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St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright expecting tough game at Aberdeen

Tommy Wright will not rely on Lady Luck smiling on his St Johnstone side when they travel to Aberdeen on Saturday.

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Golf's rulemakers bringing in legislation over ball movement on putting surface

Golf's rulemakers are bringing in new legislation relating to ball movement on the putting surface in an attempt to avoid farcical situations like the one which befell Dustin Johnson during his US Open victory.

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Warren Gatland has mystery coach in mind for Lions ahead of All Blacks series

Warren Gatland says he has identified a potential second British and Irish Lions attack coach for next summer's New Zealand tour.

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Rangers boss Mark Warburton braced for more of the same from Cathro's Hearts

Rangers manager Mark Warburton anticipates little change in Hearts' approach at Ibrox on Saturday under new boss Ian Cathro.

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Glasgow pair Peter Horne and Rory Hughes face lengthy injury absence

Glasgow have been rocked by the news backs Peter Horne and Rory Hughes face lengthy spells out injured - but coach Gregor Townsend admits he is relieved the news is not worse.

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Stuart Armstrong targets Champions League group stage return as Celtic bow out

Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong believes Celtic will be stronger next term for their Champions League experience this season.

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Scottish boxer Kernachan looks to take next step to Commonwealth qualificiation

Motherwell boxer Stephanie Kernachan is hoping to take a further step towards qualification for the 2018 Commonwealth Games by defending her GB Championship title in Sheffield on Thursday.

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Colin Montgomerie backs Thomas Bjorn to be success as Europe Ryder Cup captain

Colin Montgomerie has backed Thomas Bjorn to be a success as Europe's Ryder Cup captain, saying the Dane was "the obvious choice".

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Tony Docherty delighted as Dons answer critics to beat Kilmarnock and go third

Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty said the players answered some of their critics after a rampant display saw them dispatch Kilmarnock with ease.

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Rangers staying patient as Windass and Rossiter adapt to life at Ibrox

Mark Warburton admits he has had to treat Josh Windass and Jordan Rossiter with kid gloves after the duo's injury-plagued start to life at Rangers.

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Ian Cathro shrugs off doubts he doesn't have personality to be Hearts boss

Ian Cathro has shrugged off the doubters who claim he does not have the personality to be Hearts boss by insisting: "I'm ready".

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Marathon runner Callum Hawkins first British athlete selected for London 2017

Marathon runner Callum Hawkins has become the first British athlete to be selected for next summer's World Championships in London.

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Olympic medallist Renwick retires from swimming

Former world and Commonwealth champion Robbie Renwick has announced his retirement from swimming.

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Austin MacPhee insists he has not snubbed the SFA after accepting Hearts post

New Hearts assistant boss Austin MacPhee insists he has not snubbed the Scottish Football Association after accepting his Tynecastle post.

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Rangers sacked youth coach after claims of inappropriate behaviour in 1980s

Rangers have confirmed a former youth coach was sacked following an allegation of inappropriate behaviour towards a teenage player.

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Brendan Rodgers hoping to remain Celtic boss for as long as possible

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has emphasised ahead of his side's Champions League trip to Manchester City how happy he is with the Scottish club and that he is not thinking about making a return to English football any time soon.

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Reid follows in Murray's footsteps to finish year as world number one

Gordon Reid emulated his fellow Scot Andy Murray by defeating Stephane Houdet at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters to clinch the year-end world number one spot.

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Tom Rogic says Celtic proved their championship class at Motherwell

Celtic demonstrated why they are champions and champions-elect with their last-gasp victory at Motherwell on Saturday, according to Tom Rogic.

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Mark Warburton still looking for more from Rangers side despite 'deserved' win

Rangers manager Mark Warburton will aim to marry the commitment of their winning performance against Aberdeen with the possession game he normally demands during next week's rematch with Hearts.

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