Have you ever seen a linesman been sent off? Well, that is what happened in a Scottish Premiership match in 2017. He was shown the red card ...
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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.
Liverpool communicated on Wednesday that they had recalled Canadian forward Liam Millar from his loan spell at Kilmarnock.
Take a look as we go through the hour by hour transfer news and rumours of today!
Jan Koprivec spent all of his youth in Italy until he moved to the Cypriot league at the age of 27. Four years later and after being without a club for one season, he signs for Kilmarnock.
Rangers will face a trip to Kosovo or Gibraltar in their first Europa League outing, while Celtic drew Sarajevo in the Champions League.
According to The Sun, Roberto Di Matteo could be on the verge of becoming the manager for Kilmarnock, a modest Scottish club, now that Steven Clarke has left to coach the Scottish national team.
The Scottish national side confirmed the agreement with Steve Clarke which makes him their new manager. As a result, he will leave his post at Kimarnock.
Swansea are looking into the possibility of signing Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones in January.
Lewis Ferguson proved to be the watch-winner as Aberdeen came from behind to claim a late win against Kilmarnock on Sunday.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has received a two-match touchline ban following his comments in relation to Gary Dicker's red card against Hearts in August.
Kilmarnock have complained to the Scottish FA about "unprecedented" comments made about winger Jordan Jones by head of refereeing John Fleming.
A two game ban was handed to Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones, following his dive against Dundee which saw a decisive penalty awarded to his side.
Brendan Rodgers says Kris Boyd should concentrate on trying to get into the Kilmarnock team rather than commenting on affairs at Celtic.
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd claims teams in the Ladbrokes Premiership have sussed out how to play against Celtic.
Celtic's awful start to the season continued as Stuart Findlay's header deep into stoppage time handed Kilmarnock a 2-1 win at Rugby Park.
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