News archive from 27 March 2016, page 17

Rangers star James Tavernier's Scottish Cup warning: We won't be changing our gameplan against Celtic..they'll have to adapt to us

Rangers star James Tavernier's Scottish Cup warning: We won't be changing our gameplan against...

JAMES Tavernier insists Rangers won’t be changing their game plan for Celtic. It’ll be up to their rivals to adapt to THEM. The Ibrox side’s expansive approach has come back under scrutiny after they shipped a two-goal lead at Falkirk last weekend....

 
Michael Gannon: Gordon Strachan's lack of quick-fire quips a sign that Scotland are out of the spotlight

Michael Gannon: Gordon Strachan's lack of quick-fire quips a sign that Scotland are out of the spotlight

THERE was a wee moment in Prague that summed up this period for Scotland. Gordon Strachan was taking part in his pre-match press conference and he looked down to see a local snapper with a camera lens so big it could have caught a pic of what Gordon...

 
Gordon Waddell: I don't blame Mixu Paatelainen and other managers for cracking due to the abuse supporters dish out

Gordon Waddell: I don't blame Mixu Paatelainen and other managers for cracking due to the abuse supporters...

FACES contorted with rage, temples throbbing, voices cracking with the sheer volume of fury pouring forth. And that’s just when their team have had a throw-in decision go against them. When did Scottish football fans lose their humour? There’s no...

 
Graeme Souness Rangers Revolution: Gers boss got me with a couple of kidney punches then signed me says John 'Bomber' Brown

Graeme Souness Rangers Revolution: Gers boss got me with a couple of kidney punches then signed me says...

MY scoring record for Dundee against Rangers had always been decent – all because I was keen to impress and win a move to Ibrox. Rangers were going through a tough spell before Graeme Souness joined and in 1986 the extent of their ambitions was vying...

 
Scotland ace Shaun Maloney: After six botched qualifying attempts.. I can't bare to look any more

Scotland ace Shaun Maloney: After six botched qualifying attempts.. I can't bare to look any more

SHAUN MALONEY thought he was just about over the hurt of failure. A sixth straight campaign, doomed to disappointment. Then he watched Scotland’s rugby team follow the football side into the ‘glorious failure’ hall of infamy at the World Cup – and all...

 
Classic Full English threatened by health-conscious Brits

Classic Full English threatened by health-conscious Brits

The famous full English breakfast is being threatened by the increasingly health conscious young, a new survey has found. More than a quarter of people aged between 18-24 say they no longer include bacon in the traditional fry-up. The move away from...

 
Scottish youngster Stephen Kingsley: Hearing Thierry Henry praise me for my Swansea display at Arsenal was surreal

Scottish youngster Stephen Kingsley: Hearing Thierry Henry praise me for my Swansea display at Arsenal was...

WHEN Thierry Henry is talking about you on TV, it’s easy to lose your head in the clouds. But not when Alex Smith is holding your feet to the ground. Stephen Kingsley was hailed by the Arsenal legend after making his Premier League debut in Swansea’s...

 
Average person in the UK spends £11k on rent before buying

Average person in the UK spends £11k on rent before buying

The average Brit spends a staggering £11,100 on rent before buying their first home, new research has shown. They will rent on average for three years before buying their own home, spending an additional £577 on letting fees and £587 in security...

 
Gordon Strachan: Denmark are just like us.. one world-class player short of making it to a finals

Gordon Strachan: Denmark are just like us.. one world-class player short of making it to a finals

GORDON STRACHAN has always said Scotland are a world-class player short of making a finals. Turns out Denmark were too. As the two sides on the outside of Euro 2016 looking in share a pitch and share their misery on Tuesday night at Hampden, the...

 
11 facts about Easter

11 facts about Easter

Easter is here again - but how much do you know about the annual celebration? For many, Easter just means that there is a bank holiday weekend coming, so an extra lie in. But there is so much history behind the season that it really is worth learning...

 
Rangers' EBT ruling WON'T put a dent in manager Mark Warburton's Premiership transfer kitty

Rangers' EBT ruling WON'T put a dent in manager Mark Warburton's Premiership transfer kitty

MARK WARBURTON will be told his transfer budget won’t be dented by Rangers’ £250,000 EBT penalty. Gers could win the Championship next weekend after beating Queen of the South 4-3 at Ibrox yesterday. If they see off Raith Rovers on Saturday, allied to...

 
North Wales' religious leaders present their Easter messages

North Wales' religious leaders present their Easter messages

Amongst the Easter eggs and bonnet decorating, this is traditionally a time of reflection. As Lent comes to an end, read these Easter messages from the Bishop of Bangor, the Right Reverend Andrew John; Bishop of Wrexham, Rt Rev'd Peter Brignall; Dr...

 
Easter Sunday 2016: What happened on Resurrection Sunday and why is it celebrated?

Easter Sunday 2016: What happened on Resurrection Sunday and why is it celebrated?

What is it? Easter Sunday, also known as Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, which happened on the third day after his crucifixion by the Romans. The week previous to this is known...

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Open wide: why yawning reveals much about your level of empathy

Open wide: why yawning reveals much about your level of empathy

Here’s a simple personality test to try on whoever is sitting opposite you as you read this column. When you’re fairly sure that he or she is looking at you – but without checking too obviously – yawn. Does the other person follow suit? If they do, it...

 

Former Huddersfield Town defender Murray Wallace pleased with impact of Graham Alexander at Scunthorpe United

SCUNTHORPE United defender Murray Wallace is pleased to see that new manager Graham Alexander has been installed before the end of the season. Alexander was appointed the new manager of United on Tuesday and took charge of his first game against...

 


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