SPURS boss Andre Villas-Boas admits he has made big changes to his management style because of the mistakes he made at Chelsea.
SKIPPER Joe Screen powered to an impressive 12 points last night, but Glasgow Tigers lost 60-30 at Newcastle Diamonds.
Dundee boss John Brown has warned he would be ready to walk away from football if he is punished for his criticism of referee Alan Muir following his club's relegation from the SPL.
Tennis authorities have opened an investigation following allegations that Bernard Tomic's father John was involved in an altercation with his son's hitting partner Thomas Drouet in Madrid.
Hearts have told young players Callum Tapping and Dylan McGowan that they will be staying on at Tynecastle next season – but Lithuanian midfielder Denis Prychynenko is being released.
IAN MURRAY reckons Dumbarton's chances of beating the drop next season have already received a boost – after Cowdenbeath preserved their Irn-Bru First Division status.
MORTON boss Allan Moore is set to pen a new one-year extension to his Cappielow contract.
FIFA ref Howard Webb is backing plans for extra officials in stadiums to reports racist fans.
Dunfermline administrator Bryan Jackson has pleaded with supporters to continue turning out to back the club as the Pars battle for their Irn-Bru First Division future.
Sir Alex Ferguson accused Chelsea defender David Luiz of elbowing Rafael to spark the incident which saw the Brazilian become the first Manchester United player to be sent off this season.
ANDY Murray's first clay-court outing might have been short lived but six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker believes he will never get a better chance to win the French Open than this year.
GREGOR TOWNSEND today warned Glasgow only their best will be good enough to book a first-ever place in the RaboDirect PRO12 play-off final.
ALAN ARCHIBALD admits he will have little time to relax and savour Partick Thistle's title triumph as he prepares for life in the Scottish Premier League.
St Mirren midfielder Conor Newton says the Paisley men did not pay any attention to Dundee boss John Brown's relegation battle mind-games.
POLLOK boss John Richardson launched a stinging attack on Emirates Junior Cup Final referee Nick Walsh after a 2-1 defeat against Irvine Meadow plunged his side deep into relegation trouble.
The battle to clamber clear from the relegation zone is to the fore tonight in a number of crunch Super Premier Division contests taking place.
STUART McCALL has vowed that Motherwell will do everything they can to finish the SPL season on a high.
GARDNER SPEIRS is confident Queen's Park are in good shape heading into their play-off clash with Peterhead – despite crashing to a 3-0 defeat to the Blue Toon on Saturday.
Scotland coach Stephen Gemmell yesterday warned his Sevens strugglers that will need to be up for the physical fight in the IRB World Series relegation play-offs.
INVERNESS manager Terry Butcher hailed hat-trick hero Billy McKay after his late winner edged a seven-goal thriller against Mother-well but reserved special praise for comeback defender Chris Hogg.
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