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 By PA Sport

Sir Alex Ferguson pays tribute to 'hard' Spurs legend Dave Mackay

Tottenham legend Dave Mackay was remembered as a 'hard' player by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Sir Alex Ferguson has hailed the fantastic career of Dave Mackay as the tributes came in for the former Tottenham and Scotland midfielder, who died on Monday night aged 80.

Edinburgh-born Mackay passed away at the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.

Having joined Tottenham from Hearts in 1959, Mackay went on to achieve a historic league and FA Cup double with the north London club in 1961.

Spurs are set to hold a minute's silence for their former captain, who also helped Derby to success as a...

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Former Tottenham midfielder Dave Mackay dies at 80

Dave Mackay playing for Tottenham in 1960.

Tributes have been paid to former Tottenham, Hearts and Scotland midfielder Dave Mackay, who has died aged 80.

Mackay, who was part of Spurs' 1961 double-winning team, passed away at hospital in Nottingham on Monday evening, Spurs announced.

The 22-cap Scotland international began his career with Hearts in 1953 and captained the Edinburgh side to the Scottish League title during the 1957-58 season.

Mackay moved south of the border to join Tottenham in 1959 and helped the north London club become...

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Rangers chairman David Somers resigns from board of directors

Somers' departure means just two board members remain at the Scottish club.

Rangers have announced non-executive chairman David Somers has resigned from the club's board of directors.

The 7 a.m. statement to the Stock Exchange followed speculation on Sunday night which suggested the 66-year-old -- a deeply unpopular figure with fans -- was ready to walk before he was pushed out of the club at a general meeting on Friday.

His departure leaves the Ibrox club with just two board members, chief executive Derek Llambias and finance director Barry Leach -- both of whom can expect...

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Scotland scouting Burnley's Scott Arfield and Fulham's Jack Grimmer

Scott Arfield's play for Burnley has caught the attention of the Scotland management.

Burnley's Scott Arfield and Fulham's Jack Grimmer have played themselves into Scotland contention, according to assistant coach Mark McGhee.

Gordon Strachan's assistant has already watched 26-year-old Arfield with Burnley in the English Premier League, while  he will have a look at 20-year-old former Aberdeen defender Grimmer in Fulham's Championship clash with Nottingham Forest at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night.

Scotland's next European Championship qualifier is against Gibraltar at Hampden...

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Dave King confident in bid to oust 'worst' Rangers board and run club

The Scottish club's long-term future is in doubt due to a perilous financial state.

Dave King insists he will have no problem convincing both stock market bosses and football chiefs that he is fit enough to run Rangers.

The former oldco director has called a general meeting to vote on plans to rout the Ibrox board.

He will also ask the shareholders to vote in himself, former Blue Knight Paul Murray and John Gilligan as their replacements.

The current regime -- David Somers, Derek Llambias, Barry Leach and James Easdale -- released a statement to the stock exchange on Monday morning...