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Panto villain Patrick Reed keen to take centre stage in Scottish Open

Panto villain Patrick Reed keen to take centre stage in Scottish Open

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261856
He’s not quite the Caped Crusader swearing vengeance on Gotham criminals but the Green Jacket will do for Patrick Reed, writes Nick Rodger.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348071.panto-villain-patrick-reed-keen-to-take-centre-stage-in-scottish-open/?ref=rss
Rickie Fowler feels at home in Scottish Open

Rickie Fowler feels at home in Scottish Open

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261857
Underdog tag a distant memory for Ross Murdoch

Underdog tag a distant memory for Ross Murdoch

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261861
THERE is, admits Ross Murdoch, nothing quite like being the underdog. He is well familiar with holding such status, with his Commonwealth gold in 2014 ranking as one of the great underdog wins of recent years.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16347538.underdog-tag-a-distant-memory-for-ross-murdoch/?ref=rss
Alan Stubbs urges Celtic and Hibs to come to agreement over McGinn – so he can use proceeds for St

Alan Stubbs urges Celtic and Hibs to come to agreement over McGinn – so he can use proceeds for St

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261852
ALAN STUBBS, influential in the development of John McGinn after signing him for Hibs from St Mirren three years ago, is now hoping a windfall from the midfielder's prospective move to Celtic can fund his recruitment drive in Paisley.

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Croatia lap up deserved victory after veterans prove too strong for Southgate's young Lions

Croatia lap up deserved victory after veterans prove too strong for Southgate's young Lions

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261854
THE Luzhniki Stadium DJ felt the need to fill the place with hip hop and R&B music. But this was a night for a more traditional genre of sporting sound.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348390.croatia-lap-up-deserved-victory-to-reach-world-cup-final-after-veterans-prove-too-strong-for-gareth-southgates-young-three-li/?ref=rss
Neil Lennon says Celtic bids are 'unsettling' for Hibs star John McGinn

Neil Lennon says Celtic bids are 'unsettling' for Hibs star John McGinn

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261858
HIBS head coach Neil Lennon concedes that the uncertainty regarding the future of John McGinn is ‘unsettling’ for the player after Celtic saw a second bid for the Scotland internationalist rejected.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348385.neil-lennon-says-celtic-bids-are-unsettling-for-hibs-star-john-mcginn/?ref=rss
Tower of Tandil tumbles out to Rafa Nadal in five-hour rollercoaster epic

Tower of Tandil tumbles out to Rafa Nadal in five-hour rollercoaster epic

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261862
ANDY Murray specifically asked for Rafa Nadal’s quarter final with Juan Martin del Potro for his maiden TV commentary assignment for the BBC. Perhaps he knew something we didn’t. Or maybe he just wanted to make sure of an overtime payment. These two lawn tennis greats of the Latin world served up a feast in just short of five hours on Centre Court last night, a see-sawing epic on a slippery Centre Court surface which contained plenty of falls but no submissions.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348374.tower-of-tandil-tumbles-out-to-rafa-nadal-in-five-hour-rollercoaster-epic/?ref=rss
Curse of Court No 1 strikes again as Roger Federer falls to giant upset

Curse of Court No 1 strikes again as Roger Federer falls to giant upset

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261859
ROGER Federer laughed off the suggestion that he still has unfinished business at Wimbledon, hardly surprising considering he has more men’s singles titles to his name here than any other player in history. But his business is finished at South West London for another 12 months at least, after a supreme display of serving and formidable forehand hitting from South Africa’s Kevin Anderson saw him became the latest superstar of world tennis to fall victim to the curse of Court No 1. Greatest player of all time or not, Federer himself insisted he had only been “average” yesterday.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348373.curse-of-court-no-1-strikes-again-as-roger-federer-falls-to-giant-upset/?ref=rss
Steven Gerrard out to avoid his own JFK moment as Rangers manager

Steven Gerrard out to avoid his own JFK moment as Rangers manager

12/07/2018, Scotland, Multi Sports, Scotland Publications, Article # 27261853
FOR Rangers supporters, it was a JFK moment. The 50,000 punters who pack into Ibrox tonight, and many thousands more around the world, will no doubt be able to instantly recall where they were when the score from Luxembourg filtered through almost exactly a year ago.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/16348370.steven-gerrard-out-to-avoid-his-own-jfk-moment-as-rangers-manager/?ref=rss
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