Andre Villas-Boas thinks it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to stop Tottenham winning the Europa League if they overcome Inter Milan next month.
Jackie McNamara is looking for his Dundee United players to keep up the good work when Hibs visit Tannadice on Sunday.
Inverness manager Terry Butcher believes Tynecastle is the ideal venue to end their run without a victory despite their failure to beat Hearts this season.
Mark Walters has urged Rangers to be “selfish” and seek an exit route from Scottish football.
Barry Smith knew for over a week before he got the sack his time at Dens Park was up.
Dundee chief executive Scot Gardiner admits sacking Barry Smith was the hardest thing he’s done in his year at Dens.
Dundee’s top sports stars scooped top prizes at the annual Dundee Sports Awards in the Caird Hall.
One hundred majors and world championships and not one win but Lee Westwood is hoping No 101 might be different in Tucson this week.
Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson has returned to the SPL board less than three months after resigning.
Rory McArdle’s friends are all banking on the Bradford defender scoring at Wembley for a second time this weekend.
Scotland rugby coaching assistant Duncan Hodge has challenged Stuart Hogg to keep replicating his early RBS 6 Nations form and give himself a chance of representing the British and Irish Lions.
Five years after she last reigned, former French Open champion Ana Ivanovic insists she still has what it takes to reclaim her former status.
Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara admits every time Johnny Russell gets a chance he thinks the striker will score.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has challenged his side to put last night’s 3-1 defeat at home to Bayern Munich behind them and regroup to mount a final push for Champions League qualification again next season.
Stalwart defender Gerry McLauchlan turned goalscorer as Brechin kept their good run going with a 2-1 home Second Division win over Ayr United.
Manchester United midfielder Anderson is all too aware no-one can take a first-team spot at Old Trafford for granted.
£1 million is the figure the SPL’s top two are set to sacrifice under reconstruction plans.
Neil Lennon watched his side drop another two points to St Johnstone but a draw took the Hoops another step closer to an inevitable Clydesdale Bank Premier League title win.
St Johnstone face Celtic at home tonight without the injured Dave Mackay and Chris Millar and probably minus the injured Murray Davidson as well.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit out at what he claims are unsubstantiated “lies” aimed at unsettling his team.