Graham Leggat, the former Aberdeen and Scotland striker who played at the 1958 World Cup, has died at the age of 81.
A statement on the Dons' official website read: "Everyone at Aberdeen Football Club is saddened with the news that former star Graham Leggat, arguably one the best players ever to grace Pittodrie, has passed away in Canada."
The Cottagers website issued a statement which read: "All at Fulham are thinking of Graham's family and friends at this time."
Aberdeen-born Leggat scored 64...
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan is relaxed about Gordon Strachan's contract situation.
Regan and Strachan plan to discuss the Scotland manager's future after the end of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign later this year.
Strachan is not contracted to Scotland for the World Cup qualifying campaign against England, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania and Malta.
That could alert clubs impressed with the way the former Celtic boss has progressed Scotland and put them in a position...
England's World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Wembley will be held on a Friday night, it has been announced.
The match will take place on Friday Nov. 11, 2016, with a 7.45 p.m.(GMT) kick-off. The return match will take place at Hampden Park on Saturday June 10, 2017, with a kick-off time of 5 p.m (BST).
England will begin their World Cup qualifying campaign away against Slovakia, with a home match against Malta and another trip to Slovenia before they meet Scotland. Scotland's first qualifier...
Gordon Strachan spoke of a moment of intervention as Scotland were drawn against England in their 2018 Russia World Cup qualifying group.
The Scotland boss was at Hampden Park with coach Stuart McCall, and after a Q and A with some members of the Tartan Army, the draw in St Petersburg was broadcast.
Malta, Slovenia, Lithuania and Slovakia were drawn with the Scots before all the Scottish fans cheered when the Auld Enemy's name came up on the screen to complete Group F.
Speaking shortly afterwards,...