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Dundee search for new manager after interim boss Neil McCann returns to TV role

Dundee are on the hunt for a new manager after confirming Neil McCann will not be making his interim Dens Park role permanent.

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Dan Biggar: Creating Lions history more important than battle for starting spots

Dan Biggar says the pursuit of history is far more important than a selection battle for places as the British and Irish Lions head to New Zealand.

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Celtic targeted unbeaten season from January, says Craig Gordon

Craig Gordon has revealed Celtic first started targeting their blemish-free treble triumph as far back as January.

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Aberdeen will need team players says defender Mark Reynolds ahead of exodus

Aberdeen need team players not solo super stars if they are to challenge Celtic next season, according to defender Mark Reynolds.

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Kieran Tierney named in Scotland squad to face England despite broken jaw

Scotland's hopes of having Kieran Tierney available to face England have improved after he was named in Gordon Strachan's revised squad for next month's Hampden showdown.

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Andrey Kuznetsov believes he will get 'good chances' to beat Andy Murray

Andrey Kuznetsov expects to have "good chances" to beat Andy Murray in the opening round of the French Open on Tuesday.

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Docherty thanks Hamilton's doubters for spurring them on to Premiership survival

Hamilton goal hero Greg Docherty has thanked Accies' doubters for writing off their survival hopes.

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Richie Foran leaves Inverness after relegation

Richie Foran has paid the price for Inverness' relegation after the Highland outfit confirmed they had axed him as manager.

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Hibernian set to announce Simon Murray signing

Hibernian are set to announce the signing of Dundee United frontman Simon Murray, Press Association Sport understands.

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Fraser: Claiming United players don't care is unfair and embarrassing for fan

Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has told the fan at the centre of an angry bust-up with skipper Sean Dillon he should be embarrassed.

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Andy Murray's former coach says it is too soon to worry about his form

Andy Murray's form is not a cause for great concern yet but that would change if it carried on through Wimbledon, according to the Scot's former coach Mark Petchey.

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Andy Murray embraces the struggle ahead of French Open challenge

Andy Murray is ready to enjoy the struggle of trying to get back to his best and has no doubt it will happen.

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Cup final injury leaves Kieran Tierney needing mouth surgery

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers revealed Kieran Tierney could require an operation on his mouth after being injured during their dramatic 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Aberdeen.

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Tom Rogic - scoring winning goal was 'something you dream of'

Tom Rogic admitted his William Hill Scottish Cup final winner was what dreams are made of after his stoppage-time solo goal clinched the treble for Celtic.

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Andy Murray starts French Open campaign against Andrey Kuznetsov

Andy Murray will open his French Open campaign against Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov.

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Ryan Jack focus

Ryan Jack made his final appearance for Aberdeen as they lost 2-1 to Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup final.

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Ray McKinnon hoping Dundee United's play-off pattern continues against Hamilton

Boss Ray McKinnon is looking for Dundee United's Ladbrokes Premiership play-off pattern to continue against Hamilton on Sunday.

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Celtic keeping their cool ahead of Scottish Cup final, says Brendan Rodgers

Celtic players are preparing with a cool head for what could be a treble-clinching William Hill Scottish Cup final against Aberdeen, according to boss Brendan Rodgers,

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Aberdeen boss McInnes: Ridiculous to think Jack won't be committed in cup final

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has no doubt about Ryan Jack's commitment and has urged the midfielder to leave Pittodrie in a "blaze of glory".

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Lewis Horner given suspended eight-match ban for betting rules breach

Inverness full-back Lewis Horner has received a suspended eight-match ban for a string of betting offences - but will not serve any punishment if he proves he has beaten his gambling problem with the help of addiction support services.

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