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    • FT Aberdeen 1 - 3 Scum
      Falkirk ? - ? Motherwell
      Hamilton ? - ? Kilmarnock
      Hibernian ? - ? Dundee United
      St. Mirren ? - ? Inverness C.T.
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    • Naja, musste man ja mit rechen. Aber es hätte eigentlich endlich mal ein Spiel sein müssen, in dem der Scum völlig verpfiffen wird, schließlich soll sich ja angeblich immer alles bis zum Saisonende ausgleichen und davon sind wir nach wie vor Lichtjahre entfernt. :muede:
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    • FT Falkirk [2 - 1] Motherwell
      9' [1 - 0] C. Finnigan
      56' [2 - 0] T. Scobbie
      70' [2 - 1] D. Clarkson (pen.)

      FT Hamilton [2 - 1] Kilmarnock
      5' [1 - 0] J. McCarthy
      55' [2 - 0] J. McCarthy
      90' [2 - 1] J. Hamill (pen.)

      FT Hibernian [1 - 2] Dundee United
      28' [0 - 1] W. Feeney
      40' [1 - 1] S. Fletcher
      89' [1 - 2] D. Goodwillie

      FT St. Mirren [1 - 2] Inverness C.T.
      12' [0 - 1] G. Munro
      70' [1 - 1] J. Hamilton
      84' [1 - 2] R. Tokely
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    • Celtic manager Gordon Strachan believes scheduling the final Old Firm game of the season as a Scottish Premier League title decider would present too many problems. (Various)

      Former Celtic midfielder Roy Keane has agreed to take part in the Tommy Burns tribute match. (Daily Record)

      Hamilton Accies midfielder James McArthur will delay knee surgery in order to boost the New Douglas Park's relegation battle. (Daily Record)

      Kilmarnock manager Jim Jefferies believes under-pressure referees should not be placed in charge of high-profile matches. (Daily Record)

      Scottish PFA chief Fraser Wishart has been told to stay away from Livingston's Almondvale ground as the row over delayed players' wages continues. (Daily Record)
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    • Falkirk striker Steve Lovell is considering a summer move to Dundee United after passing a medical at Tannadice. (Daily Express)

      Swansea want Queen of the South striker Stephen Dobbie and former Hearts winger Saulius Mikoliunas. (Daily Mirror)

      Scottish Premier League chiefs will hold crisis talks on Thursday to discuss Setanta's appeal to renegotiate their £125m four-year deal. (Daily Record)

      Wolves' Christophe Berra reckons playing in the English top flight can make him Scotland's first choice centre-half. (Scottish Sun)

      Hibernian will appeal against the red card shown to defender Chris Hogg during Saturday's defeat to Dundee United. (Daily Mail)
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    • Celtic midfielder and PFA Scotland player of the year Scott Brown hopes his manager Gordon Strachan stays at the club for a long time to come. (Various)

      Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood wants to have showdown talks with Jamie Smith after the midfielder revealed that he wants to leave Pittodrie. (The Herald)

      But Smith says he may quit the club to secure his family's future rather than wait to the end of the season to see if he is offered a new deal (Daily Record).

      Dundee United manager Craig Levein wants to bring James Wesolowski back to Tannadice with the midfielder having been on loan with the Tayside club from Leicester City this season. (The Herald/Daily Star)

      Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo hopes club owner Vladimir Romanov will sanction a new contract for Tynecastle captain Robbie Neilson. (Daily Record/The Herald)

      PFA Scotland young player of the year James McCarthy should stay at Hamilton Accies for at least another season, according to manager Billy Reid. (The Herald)

      And McCarthy has indicated that he is keen to stay on at New Douglas Park. (Daily Record)

      Henry McLeish, who is chairing the Scottish Football Association's review committee, has identified the governing body's Youth Action Plan as the first area which needs overhauled. (The Herald)

      Hibernian manager Mixu Paatelainen is facing an injury crisis ahead of Thursday evening's Edinburgh derby clash against Hearts with seven players set to miss the match at Tynecastle. (The Scotsman)

      Striker Mike Tullberg is hoping to use the final four games of the season to stake a claim for a longer spell at Hearts following an injury-ravaged debut season at Tynecastle. (Various)

      Livingston caretaker boss David Hay would consider taking on the manager's role on a permanent basis. (Daily Record/The Sun)

      Queen of the South striker Stephen Dobbie is set to sign for Swansea City. (The Sun)
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    • Hamilton Accies have rejected a £500,000 bid from Portsmouth for Scotland's Young Player of the Year James McCarthy (Daily Record).

      Michael O'Neill is interested in taking East Fife striker Paul McManus to Shamrock Rovers (Scottish Daily Express)

      Peterborough forward Craig Mackail-Smith hopes Scotland manager George Burley will give him the nod to join his Posh team-mate George Boyd on international duty. (The Sun)

      Motherwell midfielder Stephen Hughes, out of contract at the end of the season, is viewing Scotland's B international against Northern Ireland on Wednesday as the ideal way to show potential suitors what he can do. (Daily Record)

      Former Hearts striker Mark de Vries is desperate for Tynecastle boss Csaba Laszlo to take him back to the club from SC Cambuur. (The Sun)

      East Fife striker Chris Templeman and midfielder Kevin Fotheringham are close to joining Dick Campbell's Forfar Athletic. (Scottish Daily Express)

      Stirling Albion fans are planning to try to buy the club from 83-year-old owner Peter McKenzie. (The Sun)

      Queen of the South and Ayr United are interested in signing St Johnstone's Kevin James. (Daily Record)

      Jim Lauchlan has signed a new one-year contract with Jocky Scott's Dundee. (The Courier and Advertiser)
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