News archive from 17 August 2016, page 16

More to come from Wishaw Juniors insists assistant boss Glen Weir

More to come from Wishaw Juniors insists assistant boss Glen Weir

Wishaw Juniors scored 10 goals in two games in League Cup action and assistant boss Glen Weir says there is more to come. A 6-1 win over Carluke Rovers was followed up by a 4-1 victory over local rivals Newmains United on Saturday. Weir believes his...

 
Newmains snooker star Chris Totten right on cue to help Scotland to victory

Newmains snooker star Chris Totten right on cue to help Scotland to victory

Newmains snooker ace Chris Totten was on sparkling form as he helped Scotland to a stunning last gasp victory in the Home Internationals. The 17-year-old sensation, who won the National Championship in May, was one of four talented players who helped...

 
Kenny Miller could be the key to convincing Joleon Lescott to join Rangers says Colin Cameron

Kenny Miller could be the key to convincing Joleon Lescott to join Rangers says Colin Cameron

KENNY MILLER was last night pinpointed by former Wolves team-mate Colin Cameron as the man who could help Mark Warburton lure former England international Joleon Lescott to Rangers. Ex-Molineux midfielder Cameron turned out with both players in the...

 
Birmingham City boss shares his views on Wigan's late equaliser

Birmingham City boss shares his views on Wigan's late equaliser

Gary Rowett was left to lament ‘a really, really poor goal’ as Blues failed to see out their long-held lead at the DW Stadium. The visitors went 1-0 up through David Davis’ 45th minute goal and looked to have survived the Wigan onslaught as the game...

 
Lynsey Sharp says she's not even aiming for gold as she comes up against Caster Semenya

Lynsey Sharp says she's not even aiming for gold as she comes up against Caster Semenya

LYNSEY SHARP arrived in Rio in the shape of her life and ready to impress in the 800 metres. But the Scots star admits she has trained all year with one goal in mind – Olympic silver. On the evidence of this year, the gold might as well be handed to...

 
The new Pokemon Go tracking app that will help you find those rare Pokemon

The new Pokemon Go tracking app that will help you find those rare Pokemon

Recent changes to the hugely popular Pokemon Go game have made it much harder to catch the more elusive Pokemon. A crackdown on third party apps left players feeling frustrated. PokeRadar is a crowd-sourced app which points users towards the creatures...

 
Brendan Rodgers makes sure Celtic players put family first as he prepares Hoops for Champions League battle

Brendan Rodgers makes sure Celtic players put family first as he prepares Hoops for Champions League battle

FIRST the school run. Then a Champions League run. If anyone thinks Brendan Rodgers might be crushed by the pressures of qualification for Europe’s top tournament and lose focus on the really important things in life, think again. Tonight, he and his...

 
Derek McInnes says he never doubted Ryan Jack's ability to lead Aberdeen

Derek McInnes says he never doubted Ryan Jack's ability to lead Aberdeen

DEREK MCINNES raised eyebrows when he named Ryan Jack as his Aberdeen captain at the beginning of last season with critics suggesting that the young midfielder didn’t have the necessary credentials. But a year on, the Dons boss insists Jack has come...

 
New accounts reveal Rangers could have earned just £30k from shirt sales due to Mike Ashley deal despite £4.2m turnover

New accounts reveal Rangers could have earned just £30k from shirt sales due to Mike Ashley deal despite...

THE true cost of Mike Ashley’s retail deals with Rangers was laid bare yesterday with the release of a set of accounts which appear to show the club banked almost nothing from kit sales last year. The Ibrox club may have made as little as £30,000 from...

 
Rangers face competition from Sunderland to bring Joleon Lescott to Ibrox

Rangers face competition from Sunderland to bring Joleon Lescott to Ibrox

MARK WARBURTON made a dash across the border yesterday in a bid to talk Joleon Lescott into snubbing Sunderland for Rangers. Record Sport revealed online that the Ibrox boss had flown out of Glasgow airport to hold face-to-face talks with the...

 
Celtic deserve to be included as part of European football elite believes Brendan Rodgers

Celtic deserve to be included as part of European football elite believes Brendan Rodgers

BRENDAN RODGERS believes Celtic deserve a seat at Europe’s top table. And the Parkhead boss last night urged his troops to prove they belong in the Champions League ahead of drastic major changes to the tournament. Rodgers is aiming to lead Celtic...

 
Stewart Regan should never attempt to mislead says former SFA President George Peat

Stewart Regan should never attempt to mislead says former SFA President George Peat

THE MAN who helped give Stewart Regan his job has told him to be more upfront as he bids to mend a bitter breakdown in relations with Rangers. The Scottish FA chief executive misled the Daily Record last week and, in doing so, controversially called...

 
Vile nursery worker who drew moustache on sleeping one year old found guilty of assaulting three toddlers

Vile nursery worker who drew moustache on sleeping one year old found guilty of assaulting three toddlers

A NURSERY worker who drew a moustache on a sleeping toddler’s face was yesterday found guilty of assaulting three tots in her care. As well as scrawling on the boy with a marker pen, Laura Houston pulled his legs, causing him to fall and smack his...

 
Privacy warning as police upload millions of photos into computer system which recognises faces

Privacy warning as police upload millions of photos into computer system which recognises faces

More than 16 million images of people who may have committed no crime have been added to a national police gallery which uses sophisticated facial recognition software, it has emerged. And the number added to the gallery has continued to grow despite...

 
A level results 2016: Shock rise in stressed-out students calling Childline

A level results 2016: Shock rise in stressed-out students calling Childline

Shocking figures show the number of Birmingham students receiving counselling from Childline over their A-level and GCSE results has risen by nearly a quarter. New statistics from the NSPCC-run helpline show there were 169 counselling sessions about...

 


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