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Scottish PF League news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- DUNDEE goalkeeper, Elliot Parish, is happy to be given his chance under Neil McCann and insists that he doesn't let the situation with Scott Bain ‘faze him.' The Englishman was thrown into the deep-end after McCann dropped Bain as his number one ahead of a crucial tie at Easter Road. The 'Dee lost 2-1 but [...]

- ABERDEEN have announced that they have received substantial investment from American businessman, Tom Crotty. The Boston-based businessman has invested £750,000 ($1,000,000) in the Pittodrie club after buying up club shares having being introduced to them by Dave Cormack, a club director, last year. Club chairman, Stewart Milne, confirmed the investment from the software tycoon and [...]

- THE SPFL have announced that they intend to review the circumstances which led to Patrick Thistle's visit to Hearts being uncertain 18 hours before the game was due to kick-off. Hearts had hoped that the new main stand would be open for business by September after work began in the summer. Although, numerous setbacks led [...]

- Fraserburgh landed Rangers in the Scottish Cup fourth round draw.The Broch were paired with Ibrox side late in the draw and will face the Govan outfit at Bellslea on the weekend of January 20 and 21.Elsewhere Aberdeen were given a home tie against St Mirren.Formartine United will meet Cove Rangers in an all Highland League tie at North Lodge Park.Peterhead are at home again and will welcome Champi

- Scott Brown hopes Celtic can do to Paris Saint-Germain what Scotland did to France ten years ago when the two clubs meet in the Champions League on Wednesday night. The Scottish champions go into the game knowing one point from their remaining two matches will guarantee Europa League football after Christmas.They are facing a side who handed them a 5-0 defeat in Glasgow at the start of the group s

- The Scottish Professional Football League has responded to a complaint by Partick Thistle, saying they plan to discuss the late decision to all allow the game against Hearts to go ahead.The league said it is normal for them to give a match every chance of going ahead at the scheduled time and congratulated Hearts for completing their stadium work on timeThistle's Premiership match against Hearts o

- The domestic football returned at the weekend but the international chat rumbles on. Scotland's new manager is a story that is set to go on for a while but it's hit an unexpected stumbling block after Michael O'Neill suffered a family bereavement. He has now put talks on hold after the Scottish FA were given permission to approach him.Meanwhile, the subject of Rangers' new manager is also continui