Sports news today - 12th April

RANGERS director Imran Ahmad last night admitted he regrets ever having to deal with former Ibrox owner Craig Whyte.

STAY the night at Donald Trump’s bed and breakfast if you are a golfer with at least £295 to spare,

TENNIS mum Judy Murray says Cleese for the camera – with a Monty Python – style silly walk.

WOMEN hikers have been told to ditch their under-wired BRAS – because they make compasses go wonky.

AFTER a 10 year break, Scotland’s premier venue (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre) is to host a Car Show once again. (Sunday July 21)

ALLAN McNISH and his Audi team-mates have left no stone unturned in their bid to win the World Endurance title.

SHIVERING on the snowy kerb outside Real Madrid’s training ground, hard-up footie fan Abel Rodriguez prayed for a miracle – and, incredibly he got one.

SCOTS star Robert Thornton’s McCoy’s Premier League hopes were left Down Under Last night.

SANDY LYLE claimed that appearances can be deceptive after unveiling an odd-looking putter – which helped raise hopes he can make the cut for the first time in four years.

PAUL DIRESTA showed off his cooking skills in Shanghai then promised to serve up a tasty treat in China.

IN the eyes of many Rangers fans, Charles Green is the last chance saloon.

Rangers fans have got used to seeing the Ibrox kids – now the next crop from the crèche are on the way.

ANDY DOWIE was facing up to three months on the dole after being a victim of Dunfermline’s administration cull.

GORDON STRACHAN is searching for heroes.

ALAN JOHNSTON will get a replacement Ramsdens Cup winners’ medal after his original was stolen.

DUNFERMLINE have been banned from the Scottish Cup until they sort out their debt with Hamilton.

PAT FENLON insists Hibs DON’T have a Hampden hoodo.

PAT STANTON has told Hibs flops if they can’t stand up and be counted against Falkirk to clear off now.

CELTIC legend Tommy Boyd recons Kris Commons will give Dundee United the bums rush at Hampden.

DAREN JACKSON’S aim every day is to get the best out of payers.

VICTOR WANYAMA yesterday freed himself from Hampden by winning his red card appeal.
ABRDEEN chief Stewart Milne last night warned Ross County supremo Roy MacGregor that jobs will be lost if he votes against league reconstruction.

(Read the full article in today's SUN)

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