Derek McInnes admitted he was “gutted” to hear Aberdeen fans urging him to leave the club at the end of the goalless draw at St Mirren.
St Mirren and Aberdeen shared the spoils following a goalless draw of few chances in Paisley.
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson believes nothing more than victory at St Mirren on Sunday will make up for the midweek Motherwell mishap.
Tony Andreu claims the presence of gambling in Scottish football was the first thing he noticed when he arrived over seven years ago.
St Mirren have confirmed that Kyle Magennis is out for the rest of the season.
Jim Goodwin will make sure Kyle Magennis gets the best treatment after the St Mirren midfielder was ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Paul McGinn confessed he fears the worst for stricken St Mirren team-mate Kyle Magennis.
Steven Gerrard says the Ibrox faithful can groan if they want but warned they should not expect his Rangers team to blow away every opponent.
Jermain Defoe’s 16th goal of the season saw Rangers navigate a way past stubborn St Mirren’s roadblock tactics to claim a hard-fought 1-0 win.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has an unchanged squad to pick from ahead of the Ladbrokes Premiership visit of St Mirren.
St Mirren’s Calum Waters will enjoy the crowd scenes when he returns to a packed Ibrox to play Rangers on Wednesday night.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has called on the Ibrox support to roar his players through their gruelling title-race schedule.
Jim Goodwin has told his St Mirren players to brace themselves for the flip side of football when they play Rangers on Wednesday night.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin plans to emulate Broxburn Athletic’s game plan when he takes his team to Ibrox on Wednesday night.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin praised his players for a professional performance as they eventually got the better of non-league Broxburn Athletic to book their place in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
St Mirren made hard work of seeing off non-league Broxburn Athletic 3-0 to ease into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Broxburn Athletic boss Brian McNaughton insists his side will continue to enjoy their unlikely William Hill Scottish Cup journey when they travel to St Mirren, even if they only have a “one or two per cent” chance of making further progress.
St Mirren new boy Jamie McGrath bucked the trend in his home county by preferring association football to the local version.
Jim Goodwin believes the William Hill Scottish Cup gives St Mirren the chance to again dream of cup glory.
Broxburn Athletic will be cheered on by 1,600 fans in Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie against Premiership side St Mirren.