Quartet commit to Aberdeen

Quartet commit to Aberdeen

Adam Rooney and Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn are among four Aberdeen players to sign contract extensions.

Board heckled at Rangers AGM

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Rangers chairman David Somers struggled to make himself heard amid boos and heckles as he addressed the club's AGM.

Murray: No admin for Rangers

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Former Rangers chairman Malcolm Murray says Mike Ashley is determined not to allow the club to go into administration.

Somers blames Ibrox 'legacies'

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Rangers chairman David Somers claims a number of 'legacy issues' from previous boards have contributed to the current financial state of the club.

Cowdenbeath v Hearts preview

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Scottish Premiership

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Celtic 17 22 38
2 Dundee U 17 10 34
3 Aberdeen 17 9 34
4 Hamilton 17 12 33
5 Inverness 17 6 32
6 St J'stone 17 -2 26
7 Dundee 17 0 21
8 Kilmarnock 17 -5 21
9 Partick 17 3 20
10 Motherwell 17 -15 14
11 Ross Co 17 -20 9
12 St Mirren 17 -20 8

Updated Mon, 22 Dec 2014

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