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Scottish Championship

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Heart of MidlothianHeart of Midlothian
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 By PA Sport

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley and Rangers face SFA hearing

The Scottish Football Association is ready to punish Mike Ashley and Rangers over the Newcastle United owner's Ibrox involvement.

Hampden chiefs have issued both Ashley and the club with notices of complaints.

The latest development in the Gers saga came the same day as it was confirmed boss Ally McCoist had tendered his resignation.

McCoist has given a 12-month notice period but the final say on whether the manager remains in charge of the cash-strapped Light Blues for that long could ultimately...

 By PA Sport

Rangers confirm Ally McCoist resignation, salary increase

There is yet more upheaval at Ibrox after the end of McCoist's three-and-a-half-year tenure was confirmed.

Ally McCoist's time as Rangers manager appears to be up after the club told the Stock Exchange he had resigned.

Three days after reports first surfaced that McCoist had offered his resignation, a statement on Monday morning confirmed he had tendered it.

A 12-month notice period has now been triggered, with the club saying they will now hold talks with their record goal scorer. In the meantime, the 52-year-old's salary, according to the statement, is increased to 750,000 pounds per year.

The statement...

Alston extends Falkirk run

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Blair Alston's winner gave Falkirk a third straight victory as they defeated bottom-of-the-table Livingston 1-0 in the Scottish Championship.

The Bairns had beaten Alloa and Hibernian in their last two league games and made it nine points from nine when Alston struck after 28 minutes.

The visitors could have gone ahead before Alston's opener when Will Vaulks' long-range strike cannoned off the woodwork.

Falkirk did not have to wait long for their decisive goal, though, as Alston collected a pass from...

Hibernian 2-0 Alloa Athletic

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A goal in each half put Hibernian's promotion push back on track as they ran out 2-0 winners at home to Alloa.

Last weekend's 1-0 loss at Falkirk was Hibs' first since September and they responded in the perfect manner.

The home side hit the ground running in their bid to get back to winning ways, with Danny Handling finding the top right-hand corner of the net from close range in the 28th minute.

Their third win in their last four was secured 17 minutes from time when Dominique Malonga struck a left-footed...

Agnew is spot on for Dumbarton

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Scott Agnew's late penalty snatched Dumbarton a 2-1 victory against Raith - and back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Agnew netted both of the Sons' goals, with Mark Stewart scoring the visitors' equaliser.

Mitchel Megginson and Andrew Graham threatened for Dumbarton, before the hosts saw their early momentum halted by an injury to Jordan Kirkpatrick which saw him go off after eight minutes.

However, the Sons reorganised and Agnew's rising shot gave them a 20th-minute lead, only for Mark...