Cowdenbeath chairman Donald Findlay claims the “bleating” Scottish Premier League club chiefs who have attacked St Mirren and Ross County over the failed league reconstruction bid only have themselves to blame.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes his side “played like champions” in the club’s 2-2 draw at West Ham.
As St Johnstone are not playing until Sunday, it will give their injured and ill players Callum and Murray Davidson and David McCracken more time to recover.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini backed Wigan to beat relegation after requiring a brilliant late Carlos Tevez goal to beat Roberto Martinez’s men.
Chelsea captain John Terry may have netted twice in the west London derby win at Fulham but Rafael Benitez has warned that might not be enough for a starting berth at Liverpool this weekend.
Six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy is expected to confirm his retirement in his native Edinburgh today.
Midfield maestro Willo Flood believes Dundee United have got their swagger back.
Manager Sam Allardyce happily admits he can be a complete pain to West Ham’s owners and accepts even a new contract would not be enough to prevent him being sacked should results go badly at the start of next season.
Patrice Evra expects a physical bombardment even tougher than the one he faced at Stoke on Sunday when Manchester United tackle West Ham at Upton Park tonight (Wednesday).
St Mirren last night shot down Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne’s claims they had been selfish in sinking league reconstruction plans.
St Johnstone’s preparation for Sunday’s home game against Ross County has been slightly hindered by the cancellation of Tuesday’s closed doors match against Kilmarnock.
Midfielder Jack Wilshere was involved in a half-time bust-up as Arsenal missed the chance to strengthen their bid for a top-three finish after being held to a goalless draw by Everton at the Emirates Stadium.
Dundee boss John Brown admits he’s over the moon to have skipper Gary Irvine back in contention.
Tim Bresnan made a solid return to action following his elbow operation, bowling 10 tidy overs on day one of Yorkshire’s three-day friendly against Lancashire.
Switzerland and Scotland remain the only two undefeated teams at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship after four days of play at the Grant Harvey Centre in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Andy Murray starts his clay-court season in Monte Carlo today (Wednesday) confident he has never been better prepared for a surface he has not always prospered on.
Martin Jol has laughed off any chance of Fulham signing Frank Lampard ahead of tonight’s west London derby against Chelsea.
Gary Bowyer is happy for Barclays Premier League clubs to court Jordan Rhodes because it will mean the striker is firing Blackburn towards npower Championship safety.
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay, the former Queen’s Park and Celtic centre-half, paid tribute to the club’s supporters after ending an 51-year wait for top flight football in the Welsh capital.
Dundee United have confirmed the signing of Paul Paton and Chris Erskine on pre-contract deals.