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Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

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Paatelainen branded his team ``too soft'' after their fate was sealed.

The Finn told BT Sport: ``When you analyse our matches and the goals we concede, the set-piece goals, taking responsibility, making sure my man doesn't do anything, making sure nothing happens in your area, just simply we are not disciplined enough, we are not ruthless enough, we are not hard enough. Too soft.

``Today is a great example. two set-piece goals - that has been the story all the way.''

Paatelainen also bemoaned his team's...

 By PA Sport

Brendan Rodgers coy about taking over 'iconic' Celtic

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is getting hitched for a second time.
Brendan Rodgers called Celtic 'one of the great iconic clubs in the world.'

Brendan Rodgers has described the Celtic managerial vacancy as an opportunity for someone to go to one of the world's iconic clubs after declaring himself ready to return to management.

The former Liverpool manager has been listed among the bookmakers' favourites for the task of succeeding Ronny Deila when the Norwegian steps down at the end of the season.

When the prospect of taking over at Parkhead was put to him, the Northern Irishman told Sky Sports: "Well, it's an incredible club, a club that...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

European league champions and European qualification 2015-16

A comprehensive list of all the champions, European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions League: Leicester City, second and third places
Champions League final qualifying round: Fourth place
Europa League group stage: Crystal Palace or Manchester United (FA Cup winners) and fifth in Prem
Europa League third qualifying round: Manchester City (Capital One Cup winners), or sixth in Prem
Relegated: Aston Villa, plus two more
Promoted...




Hamilton Academical 0-4 Kilmarnock

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Greg Kiltie hit a first-half double as Kilmarnock maintained their hopes of avoiding a play-off by thrashing relegation rivals Hamilton 4-0 at New Douglas Park.

Kiltie's 11th-minute opener was hotly contested as Accies claimed the ball had gone out seconds earlier but there was no doubt about who deserved to win after Kris Boyd's penalty and a Josh Magennis strike in the second half.

The result means Killie are four points off Accies with three games left of the Ladbrokes Premiership season, and also...

Aberdeen 4-1 Motherwell

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Celtic may have all-but sealed the title earlier in the day, but Aberdeen showed their ruthless side as they destroyed Motherwell 4-1 in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Kenny McLean set them on their way with a fifth-minute penalty, with further strikes from Niall McGinn, Adam Rooney, and Jonny Hayes. A bizarre own-goal from Ash Taylor served as Motherwell's only reply.

The Dons were quick out of the traps, and the influential Hayes twisted and turned his way past Louis Laing before the defender bundled...