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Written by RockSport on March 5, 2018
Man Utd’s Scott McTominay has pledged his future to Scotland’s International Team after talks with newly appointed Head Coach Alex McLeish.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has said that the cheering from Rangers players reported by Gers manager Murty after they drew the bhoys in the Scottish Cup semi final is ” of little concern to me or my Celtic players ” as the Old Firm get ready to go head to head in the league on Sunday at Ibrox.
Cowdenbeath FC’s EGM was called off on Monday night after 8 inches of snow still lay around Central Park. The Blue Brazil are in crisis at the bottom of League 2 and facing a play-off to save their Scottish League place for the second season running. Thursday’s meeting between the CFC Board and supporters is also still in doubt due to the weather in Central Fife.
Dunfermline Athletic have told supporters that multiple postponements in the last couple of months will not put added financial pressure on the East End Park club.
Win For Kerr’s Lassies…
Fiona Brown set up one and scored the other as Scotland’s preparations for next month’s World Cup qualifying double-header continued with a second 2-0 win over New Zealand.
Shelley Kerr’s side replicated Saturday’s victory in another friendly at Pinatar Arena in Spain.
Manchester City striker Jane Ross opened the scoring with her fifth goal in seven games.
Rosengard midfielder Brown set that up and then fired the second.
SEVEN SPFL fixtures have been called off on Tuesday from Forfar to Fife and from Elgin to East End Park.
On Tuesday morning Alloa v Arbroath was the only game that looked like it was going to survive the cold snap [ League One match ] amongst the Tuesday evening scheduled games.
TUESDAY EVENING SCHEDULED GAMES….
Dundee United P-P Queen of the South
Dunfermline Athletic P-P Inverness CT
Albion Rovers P-P Ayr United
Alloa Athletic v Arbroath
Forfar Athletic P-P Raith Rovers
Berwick Rangers P-P Stenhousemuir
Cowdenbeath P-P Clyde
Elgin City P-P Stirling Albion