Scotland will not secure qualification for the 2020 UEFA European championships, despite Russia’s four-year ban from all major […]
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Bonnyrigg Rose will play Clyde in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup after the draw […]
Hibs fans believe new manager, Jack Ross, could be the man to lead the capital side to a […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea South America’s highest club football competition, the Copa Libertadores, was won on Sunday by Argentinian […]
By Andrea Triunfo and Alejandro Basterrechea From Celtic winning its 18th League Cup to the Euro 2020 draw […]
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Hearts are to be given as much time as possible to get their main stand ready for Sundays game with Partick Thistle. A number of issues are stopping the club being awarded their safety certification.
Lothian Thistle Hutchinson Vale host Championship leaders St Mirren in hopes of another cup upset.
The Edinburgh based team hope to once again take a scalp as they host a St Mirren team winless in the last three games.
A round-up of today’s developing Sports stories: A survey conducted by players’ union FIFPro into the working conditions of […]
by Andy Grozier
Hearts managed to rescue a point last night against Hamilton in a six goal thriller at New Douglas Park.
Jamie Walker had put the Edinburgh side ahead in the 8th minute with a brilliant half-volley only to see the Accies draw equal before powering ahead after half-time.
The home side’s come back started with a stunning free-kick from Ali Crawford. The 25 year old midfielder drifted the ball into the bottom corner of Jack Hamilton’s net from 20 yards. The strike was a touch of class in what was a mostly scrappy first half.
Rakish Bingham extended the Accies lead with a calm finish just moments into the second-half after a smooth passing move sent the striker through on goal. Bingham then got his brace in the 68th minute, beating the Hearts keeper with a shot fired into the bottom corner.
by Iain Jones Edinburgh’s Spartans FC will take on fellow Scottish Lowland Football League side East Kilbride FC […]
By Ari Brynjolfsson Former Rangers footballer Arnold Peralta has been shot dead in his Honduran hometown. The 26-year-old […]
Hearts are to stay at Tynecastle Stadium, after the club revealed plans to increase its’ capacity. Ann Budge, the owner of the […]
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon spoke to our sports reporter Joe Birchenall ahead of his sides fixture tonight at […]
by Joseph Birchenall Edinburgh community club The Spartans FC have expressed disappointment at the SPL’s failure to reach […]
Dunfermline face Dundee United tomorrow. Propping up the premiere league, every game counts. Jim Leishman, ex-player and director […]
By: Maxim Lewerenz Football: Celtic are still on track on winning their first SPL title in four years […]
Mark and Alessandro look back at a weekend of Sports, with an Old Firm match packed with the […]
After the drama of last weekend’s Six Nations’ climax, the next two days promise a much quieter weekend […]
Fabrice Muamba remains in a dangerous condition in intensive care though his heart has “stabilized”. Manager Owen Coyle […]
Hearts players have been told not to expect their salaries on time after funding difficulties emerged today. The […]
The trial of the two men accused of a plot to kill Celtic manager Neil Lennon began at […]
Frost is harsh to football grounds and players in Scotland alike, with an increase in the amount of […]
Edinburgh Napier News Sports podcast for Thursday 24th November Scotland’s World Cup qualifying fixtures announced, a discussion of […]
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By Edoardo Zandona’ Since his arrival at Manchester City for £24 million pounds last summer, Italian striker Mario […]
by Tony Garner In the SPL both Old Firm sides won at the weekend to keep the title […]