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Newcastle owner Mike Ashley fined for Rangers dual interests breach

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley fined for Rangers dual interests breach

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has been fined £7,500 ($11,500; 10,300 euros) for breaching dual interest regulations by investing in Rangers, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) announced on Tuesday.

Rangers suffer new blow as SFA reject Mike Ashley request

Rangers suffer new blow as SFA reject Mike Ashley request

Fallen Scottish giants Rangers suffered a fresh blow on Wednesday with the announcement by the Scottish Football Association (SFA) it has refused a request from the club to permit Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley to increase his shareholding.

Celtic`s Tonev loses racism ban appeal

Celtic`s Tonev loses racism ban appeal

Celtic`s Bulgarian winger Aleksandar Tonev has lost his appeal against a seven-match suspension for racially abusing an opponent, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) announced on Tuesday.

Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA

Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA

Scotland`s bid to stage games at Euro 2020 "may have to be re-assessed" if the country votes to become an independent nation following next week`s referendum, according to a UEFA report.

Hearts, the club that went to war, remember 1914-1918 sacrifices

Hearts start their quest to return to the Scottish Premiership on Sunday, but a poignant anniversary will cast a long shadow over the Tynecastle team`s day.

Rangers chief Green charged over racism claims

Rangers chief executive Charles Green has been charged over claims he made racist comments, the Scottish Football Association revealed on Wednesday.

Burley to keep Scotland job, SFA`s Smith says

George Burley will continue as Scotland manager, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) said on Tuesday.

Burley to keep Scotland job, SFA`s Smith says

George Burley will continue as Scotland manager, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) said on Tuesday.

SFA chief urges punishment for "diving" Eduardo

Scottish Football Association chief executive Gordon Smith wants European governing body UEFA to punish Arsenal striker Eduardo after his dive won a penalty in their Champions League playoff game against Celtic.

SFA chief urges punishment for "diving" Eduardo

Scottish Football Association chief executive Gordon Smith wants European governing body UEFA to punish Arsenal striker Eduardo after his dive won a penalty in their Champions League playoff game against Celtic.