THIS week marks the 10th anniversary of Livingston winning the League Cup.

Looking back, what a story that was, not least because the club was in administration when we beat Hibs 2-0 in the final at Hampden.

They had gone from Ferranti Thistle, to Livi, to administration, to cup holders in what seemed like no time at all.

I was very proud to manage them to that cup final win, and I know how excited Derek McInnes and John Hughes will be as they begin the build-up to next weekend's final at Celtic Park.

Before that, they will hope to steer Aberdeen and Inverness into the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup.

Tomorrow's Caley Thistle-Dundee United tie is the tightest of the four to call, and I reckon Jackie McNamara's side will get through to join St Johnstone, Aberdeen and Rangers in Sunday's draw.

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