Dundee boss Barry Smith has refused to be drawn into a debate about the state of the Pittodrie pitch.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas admits he was wrong to try to sell Michael Dawson (above) to QPR at the start of the season.
Goalkeeper Tim Krul admits he and his Newcastle team-mates have had a weight lifted from their shoulders as they entertain Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv at St James’ Park tonight.
Sir Alex Ferguson claimed Real Madrid found Danny Welbeck too hot to handle in the Bernabeu Stadium.
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels insists he did nothing wrong after being sent to the stand for kicking a water bottle on his return from a four-match touchline ban.
Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen admits his form has dipped in recent weeks but hopes a good showing in the Europa League will spark an upturn.
Ayr have signed former Hibs and Motherwell keeper Graeme Smith.
St Johnstone boss manager Steve Lomas says the shine will be taken off the win over Hibs should they fail to beat Ross County on Saturday.
Cowdenbeath assistant boss Lee Makel has hailed the impact of Jon Robertson.
Paul Cairney wants Hibs to snap their poor run when they visit St Mirren on Saturday.
Rangers assistant boss Kenny McDowall believes the turmoil of the last 12 months will make Ally McCoist a better manager.
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels returns to the dugout for tonight’s Premier League meeting with Inverness insisting his four-game punishment was “unjustified” yet insignificant.
Cowdenbeath beat Dunfermline at Central Park for the first time in 35 years.
Defender Steven Reid hopes West Bromwich Albion can retain their on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku for another season after admitting to being surprised at how good he is.
Hearts have told fans their club is not in danger despite administrators moving into Vladimir Romanov’s Lithuanian bank.
Dundee have announced financial director Mark Gallacher is standing down after two years on the board.
David De Gea is taking baby steps to becoming a top-class Manchester United keeper, according to manger Sir Alex Ferguson.
The future of Dundee United’s out-of-contract stars needs sorted sooner rather than later, according to boss Jackie McNamara.
Every team needs them. But not every team has one of them.
New Dundee United coach Darren Jackson has revealed gaffer Jackie McNamara is far from a soft touch.