Sons boss Stephen Aitken has been keen to land a stiker this month and looks set to secure the services of the 20-year-oldDUMBARTON are on the brink of landing Partick Thistle striker Kevin Nisbet on loan. Sons boss Stephen Aitken has been on the hunt for a frontman this window. Now he looks set to land Jags youth product Nesbit till the end of the season. The 20-year-old has already spent time with East Stirling and Ayr. Nesbit has made 11 appearances for Thistle this term.
The Irishman's contract runs out at the end of the season and is set to look for a move south of the border on a free transferThe Dons defender is out of contract in the summer. Boss Derek McInnes had hoped to use the Dons’ trip to Dubai to persuade the Irishman to pen an extended deal. But SunSport understands O’Connor, 25, would prefer a return to England. He moved to Pittodrie from Burton in 2016 and has played over 50 games.
Alan Archibald will be happy to see his side get a win in the Scottish Cup even if the final result of the game was slightly harsh on Queen of the SouthPARTICK fed the fish – and Conor Sammon left Queen of the South reeling. Jags fans belted out their favourite chorus as Sammon fired them in front at the end of either half. The result was maybe a touch harsh on Queens, who had levelled when Niall Keown’s challenge rebounded off Ross Ferguson and flew into the net.
@BBCJaneLewis@mrewanmurray@DavidTannerTV It was actually my particular story in that paper Jane. Would be grateful if you could forward me the quote where he specifically ruled out being willing to play for Rangers without payment for the rest of the season and said it was “paper talk”. Thanks.
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