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Celtic 'disappointed' over Christie's ban for genital grab in derby

Ryan Christie was found guilty of grabbing Alfredo Morelos by the genitals in Celtic's derby with Rangers in December.

Celtic have said they are "extremely disappointed" about Ryan Christie's three-match ban for grabbing Alfredo Morelos by the genitals in the Old Firm clash with Rangers on Dec. 29.

Scotland international Christie was charged with violent conduct following Celtic's 2-1 loss in the fixture, and a hearing on Monday upheld a two-game ban, with a further game added as a result of a previous red card against Livingston.

Christie had been shown a yellow card by referee Kevin Clancy earlier in the...

Lottery winner completes Partick Thistle takeover

EuroMillions lottery winner Colin Weir has completed his takeover of Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle and said he intends to hand over ownership to supporters in 2020.

Weir -- a lifelong Thistle fan -- has bought a majority shareholding and a holding in land at Firhill Stadium, where his team play, but will give the land back to the club.

The 71-year-old will also give his 55% shareholding to a fan group that is in development, with the free transfer of shares taking place "no later than...

 By Chris Wright

Transfer no-brainer: Willo Flood quits Dunfermline after 9 days for Bali move

Scottish midfielder Willo Flood certainly hasn't found work hard to come by after being released by Dundee United in June.

Indeed, the 33-year-old has now managed to sign for not one, but two clubs since being let go by the Tannadice side on June 18.

Initially, Flood signed for Dunfermline but, just nine days on from his arrival, the Scottish Championship club have already been forced to terminate the experienced midfielder's contract.

In a statement on their official website, Dunfermline confirmed...

Dumbarton win play-off first leg against Alloa

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Dumbarton are just 90 minutes away from retaining their place in the second tier after a 1-0 win at Alloa in the Championship play-off final first leg.

It took the Pars just six minutes to go ahead when Stuart Carswell rifled home from 25 yards after picking up a pass from Danny Handling.

The Wasps come close to hauling themselves level moments later but Jordan Kirkpatrick saw his effort come back off a post.

Kevin Nisbet went close for Dumbarton after the break, while at the other end only a last-gasp...

Dumbarton to meet Alloa in play-off final

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Dumbarton will take on Alloa to retain their place in the Scottish Championship after a 1-1 draw at home to Arbroath secured a 3-2 aggregate victory in their play-off semi-final.

Craig Barr scored a stoppage-time winner to earn Dumbarton a 2-1 first-leg win in midweek and they made a perfect start on home soil.

Tom Walsh floated in a ninth-minute corner that Dougie Hill powered home with a header to give the Sons breathing space.

Arbroath, who finished fourth in League One, pulled one back in the 27th...