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heraldscotland
Mark Warburton won't let surface tension boil over as Rangers fall short at AlloaIt was a seriously odd display from Rangers. Too many of their best players wer
Mark Warburton won't let surface tension boil over as Rangers fall short at Alloa
heraldscotland / Posted 10 hours ago
It was a seriously odd display from Rangers. Too many of their best players were off their game but even taking that into account, it was just silly they didn’t win given all the shots they had on and off target. Warburton has pulled no punches this... Read more
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Scotsman
Alloa 1-1 Rangers: Quiet first half made up in second Barrie McKay (right) and Alloa's Steven Hetherington New boy Michael O’Hallor
Alloa 1-1 Rangers: Quiet first half made up in second
Scotsman / Posted 16 hours ago
Barrie McKay (right) and Alloa's Steven Hetherington New boy Michael O’Halloran scored to spare Rangers blushes as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Championship strugglers Alloa... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Alloa 2 Morton 2MORTON were handed a second bite at the cherry against Alloa Athletic but squan
Alloa 2 Morton 2
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
MORTON were handed a second bite at the cherry against Alloa Athletic but squandered their bonus shot by surrendering a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at the Indodrill Stadium last night. Back on Saturday January 16 a snow storm saw the original fixture... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Duffy's rage after Morton blow two-goal leadRAGING Morton boss Jim Duffy read his players the riot act after they blew a tw
Duffy's rage after Morton blow two-goal lead
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
RAGING Morton boss Jim Duffy read his players the riot act after they blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 away at basement boys Alloa Athletic last night. Ton looked to have made the most of the lifeline thrown to them after the original fixture was... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Danbury
Danbury Museum Opens New Photo ExhibitDANBURY, CT – The Danbury Museum & Historical Society will launch its Collectio
Danbury Museum Opens New Photo Exhibit
The Daily Voice - Danbury / Posted 9 days ago
DANBURY, CT – The Danbury Museum & Historical Society will launch its Collections, Community & Conversation winter exhibit on Saturday, Feb. 6, with "Life Through A Lens: A Photo Retrospective of Greater Danbury." This display of photojournalism as... Read more
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Philly.com
Philly restaurants staying open late: Not just cheesesteaks & diners"It's the continued maturation of Philadelphia as a dining destination," said S
Philly restaurants staying open late: Not just cheesesteaks & diners
Philly.com / Posted 17 days ago
"It's the continued maturation of Philadelphia as a dining destination," said Scott Steenrod, vice president of restaurant operations for the Garces Group. "It's going to evolve as the city does." Center City is getting more street traffic into the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Gats wants to make history after missing Parkhead and Ibrox gloryDEREK Gaston was left looking on from the bench as Morton recorded two of the m
Gats wants to make history after missing Parkhead and Ibrox glory
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
DEREK Gaston was left looking on from the bench as Morton recorded two of the most memorable results in the club’s modern-day history by beating Celtic and drawing with Rangers. But the popular goalkeeper is guaranteed to play a more hands-on role... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Morton striker was sure he scored in blizzard conditionsSTUNNED Morton striker Alex Samuel says the visibility issues caused by the bli
Morton striker was sure he scored in blizzard conditions
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
STUNNED Morton striker Alex Samuel says the visibility issues caused by the blizzard at Alloa on Saturday were so significant that he actually started celebrating a phantom goal. The match was eventually abandoned after 67 minutes, with the likes of... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Morton boss Duffy relieved game was abandonedRELIEVED Morton manager Jim Duffy admitted his side got out of jail when a bliz
Morton boss Duffy relieved game was abandoned
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
RELIEVED Morton manager Jim Duffy admitted his side got out of jail when a blizzard forced referee Alan Muir to abandon Saturday’s match at Alloa after 68 minutes. Ton were trailing 1-0 to the Championship basement boys after Michael Duffy had given... Read more

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