St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feared floodlight problems would halt his side’s William Hill Scottish Cup progress before seeing out a 3-0 triumph over Morton.
Tag: Scottish Cup
Manager Daniel Stendel hopes Hearts’ 5-0 Scottish Cup victory over Airdrie can be the catalyst for his side to start climbing the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin praised his players for a professional performance as they eventually got the better of non-league Broxburn Athletic to book their place in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen left it late to claim a 1-0 victory over Dumbarton in the William Hill Scottish Cup, but Sam Cosgrove’s penalty eventually saw them progress in a match they should have had wrapped up long before.
St Mirren made hard work of seeing off non-league Broxburn Athletic 3-0 to ease into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Hamilton eased into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup thanks to a comfortable 5-0 win against League Two side Edinburgh City.
Steven Lawless’ late double helped Livingston to a 3-1 Scottish Cup victory against League One leaders Raith Rovers.
Callum Booth’s first goal for St Johnstone sent the Perth side on their way to a 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Morton in a match held up by floodlight failure at McDiarmid Park.
Daniel Stendel celebrated his first victory as Hearts manager after watching his team sweep to an emphatic 5-0 Scottish Cup win over Airdrie.
Kilmarnock soared into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup as Chris Burke set up all the goals in a 6-0 thrashing of Queen’s Park.
Steven Bell’s knockout blow left Ross County with ringing in their ears as his goal sent Ayr into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Steven Gerrard accused his Rangers fringe men of missing the chance to impress as he admitted he was left bored by the Light Blues’ 2-0 win over Stranraer.
Rangers refused to be caught cold as they re-emerged from the winter break with a 2-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Stranraer.
Jordan Tillson is eager to help Ross County make more history as he prepares for a potential debut in the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Ryan Schofield has found Livingston a home from home after joining on loan from Huddersfield.
Stevie May admits he would love to savour that winning feeling once more as he looks to repeat St Johnstone’s 2014 Scottish Cup heroics.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross can appreciate Robbie Neilson’s repeat runaway Championship campaign all the more following his own success in the second tier.
Broxburn Athletic boss Brian McNaughton insists his side will continue to enjoy their unlikely William Hill Scottish Cup journey when they travel to St Mirren, even if they only have a “one or two per cent” chance of making further progress.
St Mirren new boy Jamie McGrath bucked the trend in his home county by preferring association football to the local version.
Hearts striker Conor Washington feels he is only just getting to know his team-mates as manager Daniel Stendel trims his squad and makes a conscious attempt to bring it together.