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Scotland 2018/19 adidas Home Kit

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The Scottish Football Association and adidas have released the Scotland 2018/19 home kit. Already worn by the men's senior in their recent loss to the Netherlands, the new shirt will be worn by the Scots during their international friendlies and UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers over the next year. It will be on sale at Scottish [.

Hibernian hand out life bans after cup final mayhem

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Glasgow (AFP) Hibernian have handed out life bans to supporters involved in the crowd trouble which marred their Scottish Cup final victory over Rangers.

Thousands of Hibernian supporters raced on to the Hampden Park pitch in celebration after the second-tier team ended their 114-year wait to win the competition two weeks ago.

Scotland 2016/17 adidas Home and Away Kits

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adidas and the Scottish Football Association unveiled the 2016/17 home and away kits to beworn [...]

Scotland 2014/15 adidas Away Kit

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TheScottish Football Association and technical sponsor adidas unveiled the white, red and yellow Scotland 2015/15 [...]

Scotland 2014 adidas Home Kit

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The Scotland 2014 adidas home kit was unveiled by the Scottish Football Association on Tuesday. [...]

Glasgow Rangers To Play In Scottish Third Division Next Season

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Scottish Football League clubs did the right thing today and voted against Rangers entering the Scottish First Division next season.

At a meeting at Hampden Park, 25 out of 30 SFL chairmen dismissed a plan to accept Rangers in the Scottish game's second tier, placing them into Division Three where any new club in Scotland is supposed to be.

Rangers FC: A stunning fall to the Scottish third division

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Ibrox: The new home of the newco Rangers

The Scottish Football League voted today, all 30 clubs that is, and the verdict is Rangers FC will begin their lives as the newly reconstituted newco Rangers, in the third division of the SFL. What a stunning fall. The most titled club in the world having won 54 league championships begins life in the lowest echelon of their league.

Which Way Now For Scottish Football?

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While the European Championships have been chugging along neatly in the forefront of most peoples minds over the last couple of weeks or so, football in Scotland has reached a crossroads, the ramifications of which could be felt for many years. The saga of Rangers FC and the debate some might even say argument over where The Rangers, the club that has emerged from the ashes of perhaps the biggest financial collapse in the entire history of British football, will start next season is now set to drag into July, with the distinct possibility of reaching a conclusion that will satisfy absolutely nobody whatsoever.

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Scotland FA thinking of Hampden Park exit

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Glasgow (AFP) – The Scottish Football Association is considering leaving the historic Glasgow ground Hampden Park, chief executive Stewart Regan has said.

Glasgow is also home to Celtic’s Parkhead and Rangers’ Ibrox but the sectarian feeling surrounding the Old Firm duo that Hampden means has been the preferred “neutral” venue for cup finals and Scotland international matches.

Mackay hired as Scotland interim boss after World Cup woe

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Glasgow (AFP) – Malky Mackay has been appointed as Scotland’s interim manager as the search for Gordon Strachan’s successor starts after the team’s failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Mackay was working as Scottish Football Association’s performance director and, following Strachan’s exit on Thursday, he will now oversee the friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie on November 9.

Strachan steps down as Scotland football manager

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London (AFP) – Gordon Strachan has stepped down as Scotland manager following the team’s failure to qualify for next year’s World Cup, the Scottish Football Association announced on Thursday.

The SFA said Strachan and his assistant Mark McGhee would leave “with immediate effect” to give his successor maximum time to prepare for the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

Strachan steps down as Scotland football manager

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London (AFP) – Gordon Strachan has stepped down as Scotland manager following the team’s failure to qualify for next year’s World Cup, the Scottish Football Association announced on Thursday.

The SFA said Strachan and his assistant Mark McGhee would leave “with immediate effect” to give his successor maximum time to prepare for the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

FA examine retrospective diving ban

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London (AFP) Players in English football found guilty of diving could face retrospective bans from the Football Association, The Times newspaper reported Tuesday.

In neighbouring Scotland, players can receive a two-match ban if they are found to have won a significant advantage for their team by tricking the referee by diving or simulation.

FA examine retrospective diving ban

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London (AFP) Players in English football found guilty of diving could face retrospective bans from the Football Association, The Times newspaper reported Tuesday.

In neighbouring Scotland, players can receive a two-match ban if they are found to have won a significant advantage for their team by tricking the referee by diving or simulation.

Strachan still the man for Scotland coaching job: chief

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Glasgow (AFP) Gordon Strachan will remain as Scotland coach despite a poor 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with Scottish Football Association president Alan McRae declaring he could still get them to the finals.

Strachan who had a distinguished international career being capped 50 times looked to be in trouble after the Scots were soundly beaten 3-0 by historic foes England in a qualifier for Russia.

Strachan still the man for Scotland coaching job: chief

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Glasgow (AFP) Gordon Strachan will remain as Scotland coach despite a poor 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with Scottish Football Association president Alan McRae declaring he could still get them to the finals.

Strachan who had a distinguished international career being capped 50 times looked to be in trouble after the Scots were soundly beaten 3-0 by historic foes England in a qualifier for Russia.

Rangers allow bad-boy Barton back for training

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Glasgow (AFP) Controversial midfielder Joey Barton can return to training with Rangers after a nearly two-month exile following a bust-up, the Scottish team said on Wednesday, but his short time with the club looks over.

The 34-year-old Englishman, who has a woeful disciplinary record, was banished from Rangers after a training ground dispute in mid-September with manager Mark Warburton.

England and Scotland urge FIFA to relax war tribute stance

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London (AFP) England and Scotland have urged FIFA to "give the people what they want" by getting the global governing body to drop its opposition to players wearing poppies on Armistice Day.

England play Scotland in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley on November 11, the day when the United Kingdom traditionally remembers its war dead.

England and Scotland urge FIFA to relax war tribute stance

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London (AFP) England and Scotland have urged FIFA to "give the people what they want" by getting the global governing body to drop its opposition to players wearing poppies on Armistice Day.

England play Scotland in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley on November 11, the day when the United Kingdom traditionally remembers its war dead.

England, Scotland urge FIFA to relax war tribute stance

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London (AFP) England and Scotland will hold face-to-face talks with FIFA on Thursday in a bid to "give the people what they want" and get the governing body to drop its opposition to players wearing poppies on Armistice Day.

England play Scotland in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley on November 11, the day when the United Kingdom traditionally remembers its war dead.

Barton charged with betting on 44 matches

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Glasgow (AFP) Controversial Rangers midfielder Joey Barton was issued with a formal "notice of complaint" by the Scottish Football Association on Wednesday after being accused of betting on football matches.

The SFA issued a statement on Wednesday in which it English footballer Barton placed 44 bets between July 1 and September 15 this year.

Barton charged with betting on 44 matches

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Glasgow (AFP) Controversial Rangers midfielder Joey Barton was issued with a formal "notice of complaint" by the Scottish Football Association on Wednesday after being accused of betting on football matches.

The SFA issued a statement on Wednesday in which it English footballer Barton placed 44 bets between July 1 and September 15 this year.

Hibernian hand out life bans after cup final mayhem

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Glasgow (AFP) Hibernian have handed out life bans to supporters involved in the crowd trouble which marred their Scottish Cup final victory over Rangers.

Thousands of Hibernian supporters raced on to the Hampden Park pitch in celebration after the second-tier team ended their 114-year wait to win the competition two weeks ago.

Rangers slam lack of condemnation for Hibs fans

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Glasgow (AFP) Rangers on Sunday slammed the Scottish FA and Hibernian for failing to condemn the fans whose violent behaviour overshadowed the Scottish Cup final.

Several Rangers players were assaulted as thousands of Hibernian supporters flooded onto the pitch following the Edinburgh club's dramatic 3-2 triumph at Hampden Park in Saturday.

Rangers slam lack of condemnation for Hibs fans

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Glasgow (AFP) Rangers on Sunday slammed the Scottish FA and Hibernian for failing to condemn the fans whose violent behaviour overshadowed the Scottish Cup final.

Several Rangers players were assaulted as thousands of Hibernian supporters flooded onto the pitch following the Edinburgh club's dramatic 3-2 triumph at Hampden Park in Saturday.

Hibs ‘regret’ Scottish Cup final violence

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Glasgow (AFP) Hibernian expressed "regret" Sunday at the crowd trouble that marred their Scottish Cup final win.

Soon after the Edinburgh club had beaten Rangers 3-2 to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time in 114 years, several thousand Hibs fans ran onto the pitch at Glasgow's Hampden Park on Saturday.

Hibs ‘regret’ Scottish Cup final violence

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Glasgow (AFP) Hibernian expressed "regret" Sunday at the crowd trouble that marred their Scottish Cup final win.

Soon after the Edinburgh club had beaten Rangers 3-2 to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time in 114 years, several thousand Hibs fans ran onto the pitch at Glasgow's Hampden Park on Saturday.

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Scotland Ramps Up Scouting Program to Recruit Young England Footballers

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Scotland has taken a novel approach to find some of the best young talent south of the border in England by hosting a training camp not in Glasgow or Edinburgh, but deep in the heart of England to scout almost 70 youth players who would be eligible to play for Scotland.

The training camp was set up in the Midlands and attracted talent from a host of Premier League academies as well as Spanish-born Jack Harper of Real Madrid.

Report: USMNT close to friendly match with Scotland

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By DAN KARELL

According to a report, the U.S. Men's National Team could be playing their final FIFA international fixture of 2013 against European opposition.

The Scotland Herald is reporting that the Scottish Football Association and Scotland National Team head coach Gordon Strachan are "close to announcing a home friendly against (the USMNT) at Hampden (Park) in November.

Scotland Finally Sack Greg Levein

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The Scottish FA have finally put the Tartan Army out of its misery by sacking Greg Levein.

A statement from the Scottish Football Association (SFA) said:

"The Scottish FA tonight announces that Craig Levein has been relieved of his duties as Scotland National Coach," said an SFA statement.

Video: USA 5 – Scotland 1 (International Friendly Highlights)

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The United States Men's National Soccer Team defeated Scotland 5-1 in an international friendly at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, FL on Saturday night. Landon Donovan scored his third career hat...

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Rangers: Split Personalities

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For an awkward few days in July 2012 there appeared to be two "Rangers" football clubs on the go. One was what is now called "emerging from administration" – by going into liquidation. And the other was seeking permission to play at Brechin City in the Scottish League Challenge Cup – permission granted by the Scottish Football Association creating an entirely new membership category, specially, and so far solely, for them.

Olympics 2012 Football – Rangers’ SFA discussions resume

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Olympics 2012 Football – Rangers’ SFA membership in doubt

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SFA Charge Rangers Midfielder Ian Black With Betting Against His Own Team

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By Chris Wright

Alarm bells started ringing when Black began celebrating his own-goals

The Scottish Football Association (SFA) have issued Rangers midfielder Ian Black with a formal notice of complaint after accusing the 28-year-old of betting against his "then-registered club" on three seperate occasions betweenMarch 4th, 2006 and July 28th, 2013.

Rangers newco: Understanding "no"

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This post isn't aimed at any one club.

It's not aimed at any one director, chief executive or chairman.

It's written more in bemusement and sadness than in anger.

If there is an overarching theme it won't be a profound one. It will more likely be "what the hell is happening to our game.

The Rest

PSSI Appoint Ref Supremo

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Following a barrage of complaints regarding the performances of match officials in the first few weeks of the season the PSSI have appointed a ref 'supremo' in a bid to improve the quality of the whistleblowers. And, most unusually, they have looked beyond their own shores and tasked George Cumming to improve performances.

Club spend a year deciding Butt should replace McClair

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On February 27th 2015, it was confirmed that Brian McClair would be leaving his post as director of United's youth academy to take on the job of performance director for the Scottish Football Association. The club likely knew of the possibility of the move before then though, as McClair had gone to Sir Alex Ferguson for advice when he was approached about the new role.

Previewing Great Britain Women’s Olympic Football Team

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GREAT BRITAIN: "Team GB" Â

FIFA Ranking: N/A

Coach: Hope Powell

Number of Olympics Appearances: This will be Great Britain's first time participating in women's soccer at an Olympic. Normally there is no single national team representing the Great Britain.

Gordon Smith Rules Out Liverpool Role

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Former Rangers director Gordon Smith has formally withdrawn his interest in becoming Liverpool's new director of football.
The Anfield club's structure is set to be altered in the coming weeks and the Merseysiders' American owners are keen to introduce three sporting directors to work above new manager Brendan Rodgers.