Central FM Sport
STENNY BOSS GEARS UP FOR ‘BIGGEST GAME OF THE SEASON’
Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson says tomorrow’s Scottish Cup tie against East Kilbride is ‘potentially the biggest game of the season’. Victory over the Lowland League side at Ochilview would see the Warriors move into the fourth round where the 12 Premiership clubs, as well as Rangers and Hibs, enter the competition. The Stenny manager believes a […]
EDMUND JOINS MURRAY IN DAVIS CUP SINGLES
Kyle Edmund will get Great Britain’s Davis Cup tennis final underway tomorrow. He’ll face David Goffin in the opening singles match with Belgium in Ghent. After that, Dunblane’s Andy Murray will take on Ruben Bemelmans. Jamie Murray and James Ward are the other players in the GB team, with Dominic Inglot missing out.
STIRLING UNI BARMY ARMY IN BELGIUM TO CHEER ON GB DAVIS CUP TEAM
Doubts may remain over the size of the British support in Belgium but Andy Murray and the team can count on their most vociferous fans being in Ghent. The “Stirling Uni barmy army” have become a regular part of Great Britain’s Davis Cup matches in recent years with chants, drums and horns encouraging support for […]
MILLER EXTENDS BAIRNS STAY UNTIL END OF THE SEASON
Falkirk striker Lee Miller has extended his contract with the Bairns until the end of the season. The 32-year-old had initially signed a short-term deal with the club in August. Peter Houston’s side sit third in the Championship, six points off top spot.
LAST MINUTE DASH SAVES KEEPER FROM EMBARRASSMENT
Brechin City’s goalkeeper found himself having to make an 83-mile dash to feature in yesterday’s match against Stenhousemuir- after going to the wrong stadium. Graeme Smith arrived at Ochilview yesterday afternoon only to discover the game was being played at his side’s Glebe Park. The keeper made it in the nick of time to take […]
FALKIRK HELD WHILE WASPS EDGED OUT
Falkirk twice let the lead slip as they were held 2-2 at Queen of the South. It meant the Bairns missed out on a chance to move closer to Rangers at the top of the Championship table after Mark Warburton’s side drew at Livingston. Elsewhere Alloa were edged out 1-0 by Hibs at Recreation Park. […]
MURRAY OUT OF WORLD TOUR FINALS
Andy Murray says he wasn’t distracted by Britain’s upcoming Davis Cup decider at this week’s ATP World Tour Finals. He’s out of the event at London’s O2 Arena, after losing in straight sets to Stan Wawrinka last night. Murray will lead Britain in next week’s Davis Cup final against Belgium in Ghent. Meanwhile Wawrinka will now take on […]
LOCAL SIDES IN LEAGUE ACTION
Falkirk will try and keep pace with the Championship’s top two this afternoon. They’re away at Queen of the South, looking to continue their excellent recent league run. Elsewhere, bottom of the table Alloa host second-placed Hibernian. In League One, Stenhousemuir are away at Brechin while in League Two, in-form Stirling Albion travel to Hampden […]
LEAHY HAPPY TO SLIP UNDER RADAR IN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
Its fair to say Falkirk have been overlooked in the Championship title race this season. Rangers and Hibernian have earned plaudits for their style of play that sees them occupy the top two spots. But the Bairns sit just six points off the summit and defender Luke Leahy is happy to slip under the radar.
FALKIRK CHAIRMAN CALLS FOR LEAGUE RECONSTRUCTION
Falkirk chairman Doug Henderson has called for Scottish football to be restructured, claiming the state of the game faces a continued “slide”. He wants to see the top flight increased to 16 teams, calling the current system “outdated”. Henderson told us he’d like to see changes as early as next season… He was speaking at […]
ANDY MURRAY AIMING TO REACH WTF SEMIS BUT BROTHER JAMIE CRASHES OUT
Andy Murray aims to book his place in the semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Finals in London later – with a win against Stan Wawrinka. Last night his brother Jamie and John Peers ended their doubles partnership with an agonising defeat to the Bryan brothers. They spurned five match points in a 7-6, 6-7, […]
MURRAY SUFFERS TOUR FINALS DEFEAT
Dunblane’s Andy Murray won’t be able to secure his place in the last four of the ATP World Tour Finals today – after losing to Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard won in straight sets in London – seeing off the home favourite 6-4, 6-1. Murray has one group match left, against French Open champion Stan Wawrinka.
Find us on Facebook
Signup to our VIP club
Subscribe to our VIP club and receive exclusive offers and news straight to your inbox