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Adam Rooney steers Aberdeen to victory in seven-goal thriller at St Johnstone

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Adam Rooney scored twice as in-form Aberdeen stretched their unbeaten run to 12 games and drew level with Celtic at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Aberdeen secured the victory manager Derek McInnes had demanded to exert pressure on the defending league champions. The Dons leaked two late goals but still held on for a 4-3 success.

St Johnstone, now without a win in eight matches, gave the visitors cause for anxiety for long spells of the second half. However Aberdeen deserved their win. Rooney...

 By Chris Wright

Partick's terrifying mascot is looking for love for Valentine's Day

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Kingsley has a face only a mother could love, but he is trying.

Despite being a terrifying ball of barely-concealed rage on the outside, it turns out that Partick Thistle mascot Kingsley is just a bit softy at heart.

Indeed, with the big day coming up, the spiky lovelorn sun demon is desperately trying to woo a date for Valentine's Day by launching a poetry competition in order to find his "Queensley".

Fans have been invited to submit a 250-word poem via the Partick website, which Kingsley will then sift through before plucking a winning entrant.

The lucky winner...

 By PA Sport

Ronny Deila vows he'll 'never quit' as manager of Celtic

Ronny Deila remains defiant despite Celtic's shrinking lead in the Premiership table.

Ronny Deila faced up to increasing pressure by declaring that he "will never quit'' as Celtic boss.

The Norwegian's tenure is under scrutiny after the 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Wednesday night cut the Hoops' lead over the Dons at the top of the Premiership table to three points.

It was another poor result for the champions after hopes of a domestic Treble ended with a 3-1 defeat to Ross County at Hampden Park on Sunday.

Deila said he had not considered his position overnight and when...

Aberdeen close the gap on leaders Celtic with win at Pittodrie

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Aberdeen dramatically cut Celtic's lead at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership to three points with a 2-1 win over the Hoops, piling further pressure on Parkhead boss Ronny Deila.

Hopes of a domestic treble for the Glasgow club had ended with a League Cup semi-final defeat to Ross County at Hampden Park on Sunday but there was to be no redemption for the Norwegian in the league.

The visitors had looked in control of the match until the 31st minute when Dons wide-man Jonny Hayes, playing with a bandage...

Steven Lawless' late goal puts Partick back in top-six picture

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Steven Lawless struck a stoppage-time winner to revive Partick Thistle's top-six hopes with a 1-0 victory over Motherwell.

Thistle were heading for the second successive goalless draw after a poor 90 minutes on a difficult surface before Lawless volleyed home from 16 yards with the aid of a deflection.

Motherwell created their best chance later in stoppage time but Gary Fraser headed a Stephen McManus header off the line.

Both teams came into the game without a Ladbrokes Premiership win in 2016 and...