Scottish Premier League News for 2016 – 2017
- Mon, 12 Nov 2018 17:48:00 +0000: Hibernian move has Mark Milligan loving football again - ESPN FC - Scottish Premiership News
Andrew Nabbout has had a tough journey back to the Socceroos after his injury in the World Cup. Mark Milligan couldn't be happier to be finally achieving his ambition of playing professionally in the United Kingdom. The 33-year-old contemplated retirement after the World Cup in Russia but realised a life-long goal in August when he signed with Scottish Premiership club Hibernian. A-League A-League Tipping The 2018-19 A-League season is undoubtedly going to be full of surprises so gather friends, family and workmates and get tipping! Australia Home Head to ESPN's home of everything A-League, W-League, Socceroos and Matildas! After spells in China, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, playing in a professional European league has been everything Milligan hoped for. "I'm loving my football at the minute," Milligan, who has...
- Mon, 12 Nov 2018 16:44:00 +0000: Scottish-born Martin Boyle eager to make international debut for Australia - ESPN FC - Scottish Premiership News
Andrew Nabbout has had a tough journey back to the Socceroos after his injury in the World Cup. He set foot in Australia for the first time earlier this week but Martin Boyle could be the latest Socceroos debutant come Saturday. The 25-year-old Scottish-born Boyle has swapped tartan for green and gold and is in the mix to line up for Graham Arnold's men against South Korea in Brisbane. Boyle, whose father Graeme was born in Sydney, was a part of the national team squad for Arnold's first match in charge against Kuwait last month but was ineligible as he had yet to receive his Australian passport. A...
- Mon, 05 Nov 2018 12:24:00 +0000: Celtic loanee Daniel Arzani confirms torn anterior cruciate ligament - ESPN FC - Scottish Premiership News
Manchester City's Daniel Arzani has confirmed he requires a knee reconstruction after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The injury rules Arzani out of Australia's Asian Cup defence next January and the rest of the European season, where he is on loan at Celtic. "This is also a very tough time for me as I received the bad news today that I will indeed need an ACL op [operation]," Arzani posted on Instagram on Tuesday after visiting a knee specialist in Spain. The 19-year-old rising star...
- Sun, 30 Sep 2018 15:23:00 +0000: Rangers match halted after linesman struck by projectile - ESPN FC - Scottish Premiership News
Livingston's Scottish Premiership match at home to Rangers on Sunday had to be temporarily halted after an assistant referee was struck by an object thrown from the crowd. The official, who was standing in front of the away supporters, was treated for a cut to the back of his head. He carried on for the remaining half an hour of the game, which Livingston won 1-0 to move above both Steven Gerrard's Rangers side and champions Celtic into third place in the table. Rangers have won just one away game...
- Mon, 10 Sep 2018 09:20:00 +0000: Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp: Steven Gerrard has made a 'brilliant' start to life in management - ESPN FC - Scottish Premiership News
Julien Laurens confirms Liverpool's interest in PSG's Adrien Rabiot and explains why the Frenchman doesn't want to commit to staying in Paris. ESPN's Stewart Robson analyses how well Leicester's Harry Maguire and Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk played during Liverpool's 2-1 win at the King Power Stadium. Two first half goals from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were enough for Liverpool to see off Leicester despite Alisson's second half howler. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has said Steven Gerrard's start as a senior manager at Rangers has been "brilliant." Gerrard left his role as Liverpool's under-18s coach in the summer to take charge of Rangers, and he has already guided them to the group stages of a European competition for the first time since 2010-11 after having qualified for the Europa League. Klopp is keeping a close eye on Rangers' progress this term, with Liverpool youngsters Ovie Ejaria and Ryan Kent spending the season on loan...
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Rangers today have been dealt another crippling blow for the new season as it has just been confirmed that their young striker Kane Hemmings will be out of action until next season as the player has just suffered his third series knee injury in the past two seasons. This affects Rangers plans for the new season and with a limited budget they may find the striker very difficult to replace during the closed season which is news that manager Ally McCoist could have done without following the clubs financial situation.
In other news James McFadden might be on his way to his boyhood club Celtic in a three year deal after the midfielder was released by Everton at the end of the season. The former Motherwell player is believed to be in discussions with the Scottish club in a deal which would see the twenty nine year old realise his dream of playing for the Scottish giants.
Celtic Manager Neil Lennon today again called for Glasgow Rangers to be stripped of every single football title they have won over the past decade as he believes the club are guilty of arranging illegal contracts for players during this period. This would be a huge blow for Rangers who are currently struggling for survival in the Scottish premier league as it would mean they would be stripped of five premier league titles as well as four Scottish cups which they have won during this period. Lennon feel that this should be done to keep the integrity of the league after Rangers went into administration at the back end of last season due to many dodgey financial deals over the past few years.
The manager of Mothwell Stuart McCall has stated his intentions to attempt to bring in defender Simon Ramsden this summer if the clubs financial situation allows for it. McCall has long been an admirer of the player who has really impressed during his trial period and now the manager is in talks with the board to bring the player to the club for the start of next season.
Glasgow Rangers today had another enquiry for the purchase of the club from leading business man Craig Mather as he is looking to invest and take the club back to their position at the top of Scotlands top flight. Mathers is believed to be in discussions with the administraors in the hope they can arrange a deal which could secure the long term future of the club which will be joy to the ears of Rangers fans who have been hanging in limbo ever since the clubs downfall earlier in the year which saw them stripped of many points which ultimately cost them the title. Sources inside the club have stated that the move looks promising and the administrators are now just viewing the business plan to see if it can be implemented into the scheme to save the club.
Rangers Manager Ally McCoist could find himself in hot water today after the former Scottish international made several comments regarding the club being handed a twelve month transfer embargo by the Scottish FA which greatly hampers his plans to bring in new additions to the squad. This action could indeed land the club in more financial difficulty as they are more than likely to be fined by the FA as well as the prospect of having their manager sidelined for up to six games if he indeed is found guilty of making these comments in front of a footballing tribual.
Hibernian star Isaiah Osbourne has emerged as a target of English club Blackpool after the tangerines made enquiries to the availablility of the player as they look to strengthen their side for the new season. The twenty four year old is seen as a perfect addition to the squad after enjoying arguably his best ever season last time round which has caused many clubs to view him as a possible target. The fact the Hibs are not currently in the best financial position may give Blackpool a great opening to sign the player as the club would find it extremely difficult to turn down a good enough offer for their prized asset.
Two players who are on the top of Celtic manager Neil Lennons hit list this summer are Sebastian Boenisch and Aiden White as both players have long been admired by the manager and now talks are underway to bring both of the players to the club this closed season. Lennon is looking to reinforce his squad for the new season as the club has hopes of competing for the champions league title due to the demise of Rangers and these two players are thought to be on the top of the managers list for next season. The club has confirmed that talsk are underway but are clear to note that no deals are in place and it may be some time before the players are tied up.
In other news Celtic manager Neil Lennon has again confirmed he does not want troublesome striker Victor Wanyama to leave the club this season after speculation that the out of favour player has reached the end of his time at the club. The highly rated twenty one year old has himself touted his intentions to leave the club this summer after having a strange season last year which saw him drop down the pecking order in the squad. This news has once again stirred up interest from many of the English premier leagues top clubs with teams such as West Ham, Newcastle, Queens Park Rangers, Stoke City and Liverpool all said to be highly interested in the midfielder.
Kilmarnock today acquired one of their top targets for next season by bringing in defender Jeroen Tesselaar from St Mirren on a free transfer which saw the player arrive at Rugby Park to the joy of Killies fans. The player is seen as the perfect addition to the squad as the club now look to challenge for major
honours after the downfall of Rangers last season.