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Steven Gerrard: Artificial turf should not be used in 'elite football'

Steven Gerrard said artificial turf has no place in "elite football" after seeing one of his Rangers players injured in a game at Kilmarnock on Sunday.

Rangers winger Jamie Murphy fell to the synthetic surface in the 17th minute of the club's 3-1 Scottish league cup win, and Gerrard, who is still unbeaten as a manager after nine games in all competitions with Rangers, was asked if the pitch was to blame for the injury.

"It's difficult for me to comment on [whether the pitch caused the injury],"...

Bell tolls for Falkirk's cup hopes

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Inverness reached the semi-finals of the Irn-Bru Cup as Connor Bell's second-half goal earned them a 1-0 win over Championship rivals Falkirk.

The Bairns dominated the early stages of the tie as Myles Hippolyte fired over from the edge of the area before seeing a header cleared off the line.

Inverness started the second half on the front foot and a cross by Bell found Alex Cooper, but his header was tipped over the bar by Falkirk goalkeeper Robbie Thomson.

The home side took the lead just before the...

Dumbarton see off Raith to reach last four

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Dumbarton advanced to the semi-finals of the Irn-Bru Cup on Saturday with a 2-0 triumph over League One Raith.

The Sons made a positive start and were rewarded in the 19th minute when Chris McLaughlin prodded home the opener from a corner.

Alistair Roy pounced on a defensive error to double the Championship side's advantage four minutes after the restart.

The margin of victory might have been greater, but Tom Walsh's 57th-minute penalty was saved by Graeme Smith, after Greig Spence had been sent off...

Substitute Gavin Whyte scores late winner as Crusaders beat Dundee United

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Substitute Gavin Whyte scored a stoppage-time winner as Crusaders triumphed 2-1 against Dundee United in the Irn-Bru Cup quarter-final at Tannadice.

Crusaders had the better of the opening exchanges, but it was the hosts - under new manager Csaba Laszlo - who opened the scoring after 55 minutes when captain Fraser Fyvie unleashed a fine effort into the top corner from 25 yards, giving veteran Danish goalkeeper Brian Jensen no chance.

The semi-professional visitors from Northern Ireland were not behind...

Falkirk's Kevin O'Hara gets 8-game ban for insulting Dean Shiels' missing eye

Dean Shiels had his right eye removed in 2006.

The Scottish FA has banned Falkirk's Kevin O'Hara for eight matches for making fun of an opponent who is missing an eye.

O'Hara was handed the suspension for "excessive misconduct" during a match against Dunfermline on Oct. 7 in the Scottish Challenge Cup.

O'Hara reportedly insulted Dunfermline player Dean Shiels for his missing eye during the match.

Shiels reportedly lost sight in his right eye as a child. He later had it removed in 2006.

Falkirk said in a statement that "the club take note of...