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 By PA Sport

Hibernian punish fans over Scottish Cup final trouble

Hibernian fans celebrated on the pitch after the final whistle at Hampden Park.
Hibernian fans invaded the pitch and fights broke out as the club won the Scottish Cup final.

Hibernian have confirmed they have issued sanctions including life bans to supporters identified as being involved in the crowd trouble that marred the Scottish Cup final.

Thousands of Hibs fans poured on to the Hampden pitch as they ended their 114-year wait for the trophy with last week's 3-2 win over Rangers.

The scenes turned ugly when several Rangers players, including captain Lee Wallace, were targeted with assaults, while fights also broke out after a section of the Ibrox support also managed...

 By PA Sport

Rangers launch legal proceedings against Charles Green, Mike Ashley

Rangers have launched legal action against Charles Green and Mike Ashley in a case alleging fraudulent acquisition of the club .

Rangers have launched legal proceedings against Charles Green and Mike Ashley.

The Ibrox outfit have also notified the Court of Session in Edinburgh they plan to take action against former Gers directors Imran Ahmad, Brian Stockbridge and Derek Llambias as well as Ashley's SportsDirect.com Retail Ltd business.

It is not yet clear what the action relates to or when it will call in court.

The details of the six defendants are revealed in an advertisement placed in Monday's edition of the Times.

Former...

Greg Fleming saves three penalties as Ayr win promotion to Scottish Championship

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Greg Fleming saved three penalties as Ayr secured promotion to the Ladbrokes Championship with a 3-1 shoot-out victory against Stranraer.

After a 1-1 draw in the first leg, the sides played out a dull goalless draw to set up a shoot-out at Somerset Park.

And Fleming saved each of Stranraer's first three penalties from Paul Cairney, Jamie Longworth, David Barron before Andrew Graham slotted in the winning spot-kick.

Stranraer had best chance during normal time, with Andy Stirling firing over when through...

By ESPN Staff

Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter signs four-year deal with Rangers

Jordan Rossiter has signed an agreement with Rangers to join the Light Blues in the summer, the Ibrox club have confirmed.

The 19-year-old England youth international will move from Liverpool on a four-year deal until 2020.

Midfielder Rossiter made five first-team appearances for his boyhood club after captaining and graduating from the Liverpool academy, including featuring against Sion in the Europa League, Jurgen Klopp's first game in charge of the Merseyside club.

Rossiter is Mark Warburton's...

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Football League to examine Mike Ashley's stake in Rangers

Newcastle fans are eagerly anticipating to see who owner Mike Ashley appoints as new manager.
Newcastle's relegation might force Mike Ashley to give up his Rangers shares.

English league bosses have confirmed they plan to hold talks with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley over his interests in Rangers.

Ashley holds an 8.92 percent stake in Rangers in addition to his ownership of the Magpies. He also owns a 49 percent share of the company selling Rangers' retail products.

But that could now land the Sports Direct tycoon in trouble with the Football League following Newcastle's relegation to the Championship.

Rules on dual ownership for clubs competing in the Championship...