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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL: Motherwell won’t ask for final split | Hearts sign MacLean | Rangers duo in bust-up

Scottish Football
Published on 16/04/2018
Motherwell won't request 50:50 split for Scottish Cup final.

Hearts are to sign Steven MacLean on two-year deal, while two Rangers players were involved in a bust-up after defeat to Celtic.

All the latest from Scottish football below.

Motherwell won’t ask for 50:50 final split with Celtic

Motherwell have revealed they will not ask for a 50-50 split of the ticket allocation for this season's Scottish Cup final.

Hearts seal Steven MacLean deal as St Johnstone striker signs pre-contract

Hearts have sealed their first signing ahead of next season by tying up Steven MacLean on a two-year deal.

Rangers duo Morelos and Docherty involved in tunnel bust up after Celtic loss

Furious Rangers team-mates fought amongst themselves in the Hampden tunnel yesterday after a Scottish Cup thrashing from Celtic.

Hibs to consider slashing Rangers’ ticket allocation

Hibs are likely to make a decision this week on whether or not to cut Rangers' ticket allocation for what could be a last-day-of-the-season shoot-out for a Europa League berth. 

Hearts have plenty to play for this term – Craig Levein

Craig Levein insists Hearts have plenty to play for in the final five games of the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Celtic’s Mikael Lustig: “They didn’t make it hard for us.”

Nothing that occurred off the pitch will smart as badly as the result on it but Mikael Lustig poured salt into Rangers' wounds on Sunday night.

Fans ‘disgusted’ and so they should be, admits embarrassed Tavernier

James Tavernier slammed his team-mates' efforts as so “embarrassing” that it was justifiable the club's faithful were “disgusted” by the performance.

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