Sports news today - Wednesday 3rd April

A FOOTBALL club chairman has lost a £1 million court battle over a scheme promoting bank accounts to fans.

RANGERS face a probe by ad watchdogs after claiming they’re Scotland’s most successful club.

TABLE tennis whiz Connor Green, six, of Toton, Notts, beat players three times his size to win a doubles tournament with uni student partner Joe Kilearn, 18.

Nicky Low might have a year left on his contract – but the midfielder insists his battle for survival at Pittodrie, starts NOW.

CRAIG BROWN rescued Pat Nevin’s football career – by promising him a few extra quid to supplement his student grant.

CRAIG BROWN will take charge of his 742nd and final match this week as he bows out as Aberdeen manager.

Michael Paton recons Queen of the South duo Allan Johnston and Sandy Clarke have saved him from the football scrapheap.

ALAN MILLER admits Newtongrange Star didn’t seal their East Superleague return the way he wanted.

Boness have snapped up Stirling Albon Defender Jamie Clark on loan untl the end of the season.

Kelty’s Emirates Scottish Cup quarter – final with Auchinleck has been moved to Ballingry.

KIMI RAIKKONEN could make a shock switch to Red Bull – if fuming Mark Weber calls it quits.

SIMON WHITLOCK is ready to kick Gary Anderson Down Under and relegate him from the McCOY’S Premier League.

The fate of the current league reconstruction plans will be known by April 19.

VLADIMIR ROMANOVfaces financial ruin following the collapse of UKIO Bankas.

DUNFERMLINE has been offered much needed cash from far afield as Brazil.

LIAM CRAIG hailed his best goal in five years at St. Johnston as the perfect leaving present.

PAOLO DI CANIO announced his arrival in the Premier League by comparing himself to Jose Mourinho.

RANGERS legend Paul Gascoigne has pleaded with Charles Green to splash the cash – and give Ally McCost the chance he deserves as Ibrox boss.

(Read the full article in todat's Sun)

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