Brian Rice has broken his rule of only signing players he has seen in the flesh after a glowing recommendation from former Hamilton midfielder James McArthur.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice insists there is no chance of him being distracted by his personal problems.
Jack Ross expects Brian Rice, his former Falkirk coach, to relish the release from his personal issues when the pair go head-to-head at Easter Road on Wednesday.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice has revealed he reported himself to the Scottish Football Association for breaching betting rules after his “horrible disease” of gambling addiction returned.
Brian Rice is excited by Hamilton’s “fantastic” William Hill Scottish Cup draw against Rangers.
Brian Rice praised the impact of debutant Andy Dales after Hamilton secured their place in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
New Partick Thistle signing Darian MacKinnon admits it was time to quit Hamilton before he soured his Accies friendships.
Boss Brian Rice wants Hamilton to make a long-awaited impact in the William Hill Scottish Cup this season.
Brian Rice has revealed his shock at Sam Stubbs’ departure from Hamilton.
Brian Rice hailed his side’s second-half performance as the best of his Hamilton reign after they came from behind to beat Motherwell at Fir Park.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright praised his players for recovering from an awful start to the season as they moved to within four points of the top six with a hard-fought victory away to Hamilton.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice insists he will not take risks with Blair Alston’s comeback.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel believes his players need to take on more responsibility if they are to move away from relegation danger.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice insists he can handle the pressure of a relegation fight – because they pale in comparison to the darkest moments he has had to live through during 40 years in football.
Brian Rice will not be going shopping in the January sales but hopes the return of his casualties can provide Hamilton a New Year boost.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin hailed his side as they picked up their first away Ladbrokes Premiership win of the season to climb off the foot of the table.
Scott Brown’s stoppage-time winner gave Brian Rice a sleepless night but the Hamilton head coach vowed to turn his attentions to St Mirren after their last-gasp disappointment at Celtic Park.
Neil Lennon believes Celtic will be a different proposition in Sunday’s Betfred Cup final after it took a last-gasp goal from skipper Scott Brown to beat Hamilton 2-1 at Parkhead.
Brian Rice knows all too well the mammoth task Hamilton face when they travel to in-form Celtic on Wednesday night.
Livingston manager Gary Holt was left to rue his side’s luck as their winless run in the Ladbrokes Premiership extended to seven games.