Aberdeen's Scottish Premiership game at St Johnstone has been postponed after two players tested postive for coronavirus, sparking a furious...
Last news Aberdeen
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard said he had to "rattle a few cages" at half-time as his side scored three times in the final 22 minutes to beat Hamilton 4-1 and book their place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Rangers' Scottish Premiership title challenge suffered a fresh blow as they were held 0-0 at home by Aberdeen on Saturday to only close within four points of Celtic.
Burnley could lose one of their best defenders in January (Ben Gibson), as he looks set for a move to the Bundesliga. Despite this, the club are looking for a backup player and the chosen is Scott McKenna, according to the 'Daily Mail'.
Van de Beek linked with Manchester United, Raul de Tomás breaks Espanyol's signing record, De Ligt possibly coming back to Ajax... All this and more in today's latest transfer rumours!
Scott Brown's dramatic injury-time strike gave Celtic a 2-1 win over Hamilton to move the Hoops two points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership as Rangers let a two-goal lead slip to draw 2-2 at Aberdeen.
Stoke City have got their eyes on Sam Cosgrove to strengthen their attack in the January transfer window. The player is under contract at Aberdeen.
Rangers will face a trip to Kosovo or Gibraltar in their first Europa League outing, while Celtic drew Sarajevo in the Champions League.
Celtic secured an eighth successive Scottish Premiership title on Saturday with a 3-0 win at Aberdeen that put them two-thirds of the way towards an unprecedented third consecutive domestic treble.
Steven Gerrard is set to finish his first season as Rangers boss empty-handed as his side crashed out of the Scottish Cup after a 2-0 quarter-final replay defeat to Aberdeen at Ibrox.
Aberdeen's assistant manager has confirmed that the player has now left hospital after being monitored following concussion.
Brendan Rodgers is to put his players immediately back to work after the League Cup final clash with Aberdeen this weekend, regardless of whether they win the trophy or not.
Police Scotland have confirmed that they have charged 44 year old man from Glasgow in relation to the incident that occurred during the match between Aberdeen and Rangers.
Aberdeen leapfrogged Hibernian and are now within five points of the Scottish Premiership summit thanks to a thunderous Gary Mackay-Steven goal.
Lewis Ferguson proved to be the watch-winner as Aberdeen came from behind to claim a late win against Kilmarnock on Sunday.
Aberdeen defender Shay Logan is being investigated by the club after a rant full of bad language emerged, in which he insulted Scottish club Rangers.
DISCLAIMERS Copyright © 2014-20 Besoccer.com, Live Scores
Play responsibly. 18+
BeSoccer on Facebook