Sports news today - 23rd April

CHRISIS-hit Rangers yesterday revealed their links with shamed ex-owner Craig Whyte to the stock market.

RANGERS could face the wrath of the stock exchange and their OWN shareholders for failing to reveal links to Craig Whyte ahead of a multi-million pound flotation.

SHAMED Luis Suarez yesterday apologised to fans for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic – as Liverpool bosses fined him around £250,000.

A SCOTS golfer aged 73 drowned on a Spanish course as he tried to retrieve his lost ball from a lake.

Candy Cameron and her nag Rumi won the annual 26 km hill race where runners take on horses around Loch Ness.

Alexander Chapman Ferguson OBE, CBE, Knight Bachelor could be found at Old Trafford last night picking up the 49th trophy of his career.

KEEP-FIT fanatic Susan Stewart has set her sights on a challenge with a difference – Fifty different tasks before she hits the big five-zero.

I WAS was disappointed not to go on and win the Spanish Open on Sunday.

BROKEN- LEG victim Duncan Weir last night thanked Glasgow fans and their team-mates as he focused on a return next season.


THERE’S no denying a podium finish would have been the perfect end to my birthday week.

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ANDRE HAINAULT expected to be fighting relegation when he joined Ross County.

FIRST DIVISION chiefs will hold talks with the SFA and SPL to try and salvage league reconstruction.

HE waited almost a month to finally take charge of Aberdeen.

KRIS COMMONS has spent the last few weeks popping pills (badly damaged ankle)

NEIL LENNON has rounded on Celtic’s critics who claim winning the SPL was easy without Rangers.

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