Sports news today - 16th April

RANGERS’ share price nose-dived yesterday - as the probe into Charles Green’s takeover was revealed to the stockmarket.

SHAMED Craig Whyte LIED in a questionnaire to Ticketus as he sought cash for his Rangers takeover a damming legal judgement has revealed.

OLYMPIC cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy is expected to announce his IMMEDIATE retirement from the sport this week.

RACING driver Susie Wolff has blasted motor-sport legend Sir Stirling Moss after he claimed women don’t have the mental strength to compete in Formula One.

MIKEY ENNIS wants to be the man for another big occasion-even if lifting Saturday’s Coral Scottish Grand National won’t earn him a penny.

PAUL DI RESTA – after the disappointment of Malaysia three weeks Ago, it was fantastic to get back into the points again at the Chinese Grand Prix.

SNOOKER – RONNIE O’SULLIVAN won’t be taking anything for granted against Scottish rival Marcus Campbell in this year’s Betfair.com World Championship.

ANDY MURRAY has been forced to give up playing football because of his dodgy back.

ICE HOCKEY – GREAT BRITAIN saw the power drained out of their World Championship medal dreams by a 5-0 loss to Kazakhstan.

JAGS will clinch the First Division title if they beat Raith Rovers at Firhill tonight.

MARK BURCHILL is keen to see Livingston’s out of contract stars quickly fixed up on new deals.

DUNDEE UNITED suffered a Scottish Cup nightmare when Celtic won the seven-goal semi-final thriller on Sunday.

RANGERS welcomed the collapse of the 12-12-18 and DEFENDED St Mirren and Ross County.

SCOTTISH football was in flames.

SCOTT BROWN is refusing to rule out an amazing Scottish Cup Final comeback against Hibernian.

(Read the full article in today’s SUN)

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