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Well, what a stormy end we had to the end of the domestic football season. Some might say it was typical of Scottish football to mar a great occasion with a bit of fisty cuffs at the end, but it didn't half make it exciting and will provide a fair few column inches in the coming days as the ramifications reverberate around Hampden, Fir Park and Ibrox.
Jackie Burnett: "How unprofessional stewards needed to separate players. Shocking finish."
Euan Wilkinson: "Sutton scores in the 90th as Rangers concede their 6th goal. That takes me back 15 years."
Strachanovich: "Scottish football salutes Motherwell."
HappyGa: "You beauties! Congrats to Well. What a championship next season. Hibs to win it!"
Doug Mac : Quality showed in both games."
Gareth Brennan: ""Stramash" Surely tops any list of words that simply do not get used enough in journalism."
James@drum: "Motherwell deserved the win so congrats. to be honest, over the season, Rangers never earned the right to mix it in the Premiership."
David Steel: "A decent couple of months can't make up for a whole season of crap, we didn't deserve it."
Eric Smith: "McCall - Not taking anything away from Motherwell, they were the better team, but three goals were deflections. LOL."
We are hearing that there have been three red cards issued by referee Craig Thomson after the final whistle. Not surprisingly, they are Rangers' Bilel Mohsni and Motherwell pair Lee Erwin and Fraser Kerr, the latter having rushed in to defend Erwin and having a hair-pulling tussle with the Tunisian.
Meanwhile, Richard Gordon on BBC Radio Scotland is reporting that Erwin is saying it sparked off when he offered his hand to Mohsni and was told where to go in no uncertain terms.
"There's a lot of emotions gone through in the last few weeks and you have to celebrate in some way.
"It would have been catastrophic to go down and have to build ourselves back up.
"The scoreline speaks for itself and the boys were absolutely magnificent.
"I don't know what went in there and we don't need that. There's been an outpouring of emotions and it has gone too far.
"For one or two individuals to tarnish it is a shame."
BBC Radio Scotland reporter Chick Young is saying it was mayhem in the tunnel after the final whistle as Bilel Mohsni was hauled away. He is saying that Rangers manager Stuart McCall also had an exchange of words with a Motherwell fan shouting at the Rangers player. Another humdrum day in Scottish football!
"I've enjoyed the last few months. If anyone said when I came in that we would still be playing today, I would have snapped it up.
"I think we have done a decent job and it just hasn't been good enough.
"Recruitment is going to be key next season. My past record shows that I can recruit people and get the best out of them.
"The scouting network is non-existent and a head of recruitment is essential."
Stuart McCall making it clear that he wants to continue in the job but perhaps hinting that he thinks he has a fight on his hand to convince his employers, who said they would revue the situation at the end of the season.
"Everyone will remember the last 30 minutes, but the important thing was the all important first goal.
"It was a wicked deflection and Cammy was unable to deal with it.
"If you see it, it was just unfortunate. A lucky goal, not down to anything from the players. That killed us.
"I am not taking anything away from Motherwell, they were the better team over the two games, but three of the goals were deflections."
Motherwell players are coming back out on to the pitch for rousing reception from their fans.
That sad finish to the game almost overshadowed the fact that Motherwell have extended their 30-year stay in the Scottish top flight. They never approached the quality they had in previous seasons, but it was still enough to secure a deserved win over Rangers.
Rangers must rebuild in a second attempt to escape the Championship.
Colin Hunter: "Why is anyone surprised by Motherwell result? Motherwell are the premiership team..better quality."
William McGrath: "32 in the sun and Motherwell winning, free bar in hotel, life does not get any better?"
James Taylor: "Hope Motherwell go bust. If they can afford to throw away money with all they empty seats. Tit for tat? Idiots."
"To react like that, there are no excuses. Mohsni is an embarrassment. I don't know why Stuart McCall put him on as he has been a liability this season."
Disgraceful scenes at the final whistle as Rangers substitute Bilel Mohsni clashes in an ugly scene with Motherwell striker Lee Erwin, After what seems like an exchange of words, Erwin pushes Mohsni in the back and the Tunisian reacts by launches a kick then a punch at the Motherwell man's head. There's then a good old-fashioned stramash by a group of players as Motherwell fans invade the pitch to celebrate.
Well finish with a flurry, with Lee Erwin being pulled down by Lee Wallace and John Sutton scores from the penalty spot.
Hazel Gilluley: "M'well have every right to celebrate a good win. Outclassed Rangers despite the gulf in budgets. A great team performance."
Andrew The Plane: "Rangers have shown no character of a top side. Their drab performance epitomises years of failure."
Gordon: "Won't be any easier next year with Hibs or Rangers aiming for automatic promotion one of them could face third season out."
Rangers midfielder Andy Murdoch fires a powerful effort that George Long saves. The first threat to the goalkeeper in the second half.
The official attendance is 9,220 at Fir Park. The stand behind one of the goals is empty because of the club's decision to limit the number of Rangers fans in response to the lack of tickets given to Motherwell fans at Ibrox. The home club will probably say they were justified in losing some revenue to not only make a point but also limit the backing Rangers have had at Fir Park.
Lee Hannah: "Motherwell deserve to stay up. This Rangers squad would struggle against relegation. A full overhaul is thoroughly needed."
Dougie Kinnear: "To be fair, Stuart McCall said last year he would do his best to keep Motherwell in the Top Flight! Mission Accomplished!" Cruel!
"One thing you have to say is that this result shows the difference in quality between the Championship and the Premiership."
Rangers right-back Ricky Foster is a lucky boy. He has had a torrid time in the second half and gets away with a yellow card after a blatant kick that halts Marvin Johnson in his tracks.
Motherwell substitute John Sutton goes close to increase the lead, but the striker's low shot is saved by Cammy Bell after it almost slips under the goalkeeper's body.
"Rangers have come up short. There are some tired legs after six games in 22 days. The one thing you can't say about Stuart McCall's team is that they haven't worked their socks off."
GR_7: "Sums Scottish football up. Celebrating being the worst team in the league like a cup win."
Anthony Marshall: "Rangers look set for another season in the wilderness. Can only get harder as time goes on for them to get promoted."
Kaptain.OFF: "Rangers have been appalling over both legs. No end product and no creativity. Not ready for top flight."
Craig Surgeon: "Looks like another year of building for us (Rangers) unfortunately, not good enough."
Craig Williamson: "Rangers an embarrassment to the Championship. Wrong team in the final."
5iveTimes: "Traffic Scotland reporting potential delays in the Ibrox area adding at least a year to your journey."
It is all over now. Marvin Johnson again rampages down the Rangers right and lays it on a plate for Lionel Ainsworth and the winger's shot from the edge of the penalty box takes a deflection - off hapless Marius Zaliukas - once more and past the despairing Cammy Bell.
Haris Vuckic has sprung to life with a curling effort from 18 yards, but it is straight at goalkeeper George Long. But it all seems too late.
James: "Best goal scored ever."
Bombay: "We don't deserve to go up. Motherwell have been the better team over the two legs."
Robert Gray: "Someone explain to me what Cammy Bell was thinking there."
Grant Steven: "Dodgy Keeper!"
Tom Gardner: "Comical goalkeeping by the Rangers custodian. That should really go down as Bell o.g."
Haris Vuckic has been disappointing for Rangers, the on-loan Newcastle United midfielder failing to stamp his quality on the game. However, he fires in a dangerous low cross that Josh Law almost deflects into his own net.
Captain Lee McCulloch looks to inspire Rangers with an athletic hitch-kick from a corner, but his effort flies a couple of feet over the crossbar following a corner.
Another change for Rangers as Kris Boyd is hauled off - perhaps a sad end to the record scorer's Rangers career - with Nicky Clark taking his place up front.
Jean: "I'm a Caley fan, Motherwell my home town... hubby and oldest son both Motherwell supporters and the rest of my family are Rangers fans, but I hope Motherwell do this and stay up - Rangers are not untouchable. Come on you Well!"
John: "What a punch."
Rangers manager Stuart McCall makes a quick change, with Tom Walsh replacing Shane Ferguson.
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Howler alert! A shot from Marvin Johnson from 18 yards takes a wicked deflection and flies high towards the Rangers goal. Backtracking goalkeeper Cammy Bell ought to have gathered easily, but he makes an awkward swipe at it with his right arm and instead punches it into the back of his own net.
Scott McDonald is the first Motherwell player to be booked after a late challenge on Haris Vuckic.
Richard Foster is having a nightmare. Moments after a poor pass back, the right-back is dispossessed by Marvin Johnson but manages to rescue the situation with a tackle inside the area that concedes a corner.
Motherwell kick off in the Lanarkshire sunshine and, unless Rangers can change the course of events, we are 45 minutes away from the status quo - the Glasgow side remaining in the Championship and the Fir Park outfit extending their 30-year stay in Scotland top flight.
BBC Scotland at Fir Park
"It has been a riveting, and firefly-contested, at Fir Park but little quality or composure. Rangers need to deliver more crosses to put the Motherwell defence under pressure, while the home side need to bring Ainsworth and Johnson into the game more."
"Of the two managers, Stuart McCall will be the more pleased. He will say keep this tempo, Kris Boyd has one or two chances. I can see Rangers winning this game, but can they win it by two goals? I don't know."
"Rangers have just got too excited in and around the area. It is how I thought it would be, tight and exciting. The quality is probably not there, but you are on the edge of your seat."
ashleyfalconer: "Come on Rangers, you can do it!"
Atheist Agenda: "Motherwell frustrating the 1st Division side without getting out of first gear."
Amie Igoe: "The best thing about this game is the man going mad with his flag pole."
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Rangers have had the bulk of the territory but have failed to capitalise on a nervous home side. The Glasgow side have lacked composure and their best chances have come from high balls lumped agriculturally into the Well penalty box.
The home side have worked their way into the game and probably have come closest to scoring.
Haris Vuckic finds Kris Boyd at the back post, but the striker heads wide of the Motherwell near post.
Motherwell striker Scott McDonald lives dangerously with what looks like a challenge from behind that sends Kenny Miller flying inside the penalty box. The Australian wins the ball, which is probably whey there was no whistle and finger pointed to the penalty spot.
Marius Zaliukas is having a nightmare for Rangers and blasts high over the crossbar after the ball falls to the central defender at the back post from a corner.
Lee Johnson flashes a curling drive just wide of the far post from just outside the penalty box as the Motherwell midfielder goes close to opening the scoring.
Rangers captain Lee McCulloch is the next man in referee Craig Thomson's book as he clatters Scott McDonald as he tries to rescue the situation after his own poor control.
Motherwell are beginning to exert some pressure of their own and Stephen McManus is found unmarked by a Marvin Johnson free-kick, but the centre-half heads wide with goalkeeper Cammy Bell left exposed and unhappy at his defence.
Lee Erwin is the main danger for the home side and the big striker flashes a shot across the face of goal from 16 yards.
A Motherwell fans' brolly strikes former Well man Lee McCulloch on the face as they attempt to retrieve a ball on the touchline. That could have been a nasty one. The fan is left remonstrating with a steward.
Motherwell striker Scott McDonald is inches from making contact on a low Lionel Ainsworth cross into the six-yard box as the home side at last threaten at the other end.
A shot on the turn from Haris Vuckic is blocked by a Motherwell leg just 12 yards from goal before the pressure is eased by a foul on defender Stephen McManus as Rangers continue to press.
Rangers midfielder Andy Murdoch flies into a challenge on Stevie Hammell. The 20-year-old escapes with a booking when some referees could have pulled out the red.
"It is the same as Thursday, Rangers on top, creating a few chances, but Motherwell hit them with the sucker punch. Is the same thing going to happen today?"
Rangers are doing all the attacking, having most of the possession, but they have not entered the Well net despite knocking on the door and a fine cross from Richard Foster just evades Kris Boyd in front of goal.
This time, it was Motherwell midfielder Stephen Pearson who doesn't hold back and his lunging challenge leaves Rangers full-back Lee Wallace with a sore foot and a free-kick.
"You can see how aggressive Rangers are. In 50-50s, they aint holding back."
Motherwell goalkeeper George Long has to tip a looping header from Marius Zaliukas over the crossbar.
Motherwell finally find themselves in Rangers' end of the pitch - and win their first corner. Marius Zaliukas looks winded by the ricochet off his chest, but Rangers can breath a sigh of relief as the ball flies well over the home attack.
Romeu: "I believe in Rangers, Old Firm is a classic of Europe that must be restored."
Craig Benson: "1st goal will win it. If 'well score 1st they'll defend for grim death. If gers score 1st, 'well will collapse."
Stewart Izat: "Congratulations Inverness CT on a well deserved victory . . . history in the making."
LiamMcDonald1888: "Kenny Miller first scorer, loves stepping up in a big game."
Max Baggins-Craig: "Motherwell crushed Rangers before & will (deservedly) do so again, extra time & pens not required, argument settled."
Mark Wilkins: "Motherwell will see out the job, but it would've been good to see Gers go up... Football North of the border needs variety."
Motherwell have made a nervous start and Louis Laing's poor back header gives Kris Boyd a sight at goal, but the striker shoots wide from 20 yards.
Stevie Hammell has to hook the ball clear in front of his own goal as Kenny Miller prepares to pounce inside the Well six-yard box.
"Motherwell aren't here because they have been successful. Stuart McCall knows that and knows that they could buckle under pressure."
Shane Ferguson crosses early and long into the Motherwell penalty box. Kris Boyd rises above the home defence, but his header is straight at the goalkeeper.
Kris Boyd wins a free-kick and has a pop from 25 yards, but his effort is blocked and Motherwell clear the early pressure.
Rangers get the game underway and immediately launch it long to Kris Boyd. An indication of Stuart McCall's tactics?
The team emerge from the tunnel to rapturous welcome from the two sets of supporters. The sun is shining. Let's hope for a sparkling finale to the season.
There is a bit of concern for the fitness of Motherwell midfielder Stephen Pearson. He picked up a hamstring problem on Thursday but was included in the starting line-up. However, he has been receiving some treatment close to kick-off.
BBC Scotland at Fir Park
"Both managers have taken risks at Fir Park. Stephen Pearson and Steven Hammell have injury concerns; Shane Ferguson and Kris Boyd come from the periphery into the Rangers' starting line-up. The visitors need to try to impose themselves if they are to overcome a two-goal deficit and Motherwell know that one goal could tip the balance of the tie wholly in their favour. It is all to play for, so much at stake, and potential match winners on both sides."
You can feel the nerves ping all around Fir Park from both sets of supporters as we reach five minutes before kick-off.
Rangers need only look back 12 months for inspiration, Hamilton Academical from the Championship having overcome a two-goal first-leg deficit to defeat Hibernian at Easter Road and relegate the Edinburgh side.
Motherwell general manager Alan Burrows has just described on BBC Radio Scotland that it as a "massive" day as Motherwell try to extend their 30-year stay in the Scottish top flight.
John Kyle: "Same again Motherwell - don't do what Hibees did last season!"
Andrew Barclay: "Shouldn't write anything off just yet."
Rab Sutherland: "Cracking first leg result - Motherwell's pace did them, same again today."
Michael McLaughlin: "Well done ICT , Falkirk unlucky but this could be a huge boost for next season."
Stephen Duffy: "Hope the team with a long & proud history wins, so Motherwell for me."
Jim Spence is reporting that Inverness Caley thistle's victory parade on an open-top bus around the Highland capital has been delayed.
Martin Sutherland: "Scotland national team or ICT for me for Scotland's team of the season!"
John McGrorry: "Yes, ICT & Aberdeen have exceeded expectations, and well done to them, but team of the season is the champions. Celtic."
David Johnstone: "We can do this Rangers."
Paolo: "Football will be the loser regardless."
Diane Craig: "3-1 Rangers for me."
Scott Murray: "Got Rangers to win and both teams to score on the coupon."
Jim Gibson: "1-2, Rangers to score first two goals. Motherwell to pull one back in last minute of extra-time with penalty."
Motherwell: Long, Law, Laing, McManus, Hammell, Ainsworth, Lasley, Pearson, Johnson, McDonald, Erwin. Subs: Twardzik, Ramsden, Sutton, Kerr, Moore, Watt, Grant
Rangers: Bell, Foster, McCulloch, Zaliukas, Wallace, Law, Vuckic, Murdoch, Ferguson, Boyd, Miller. Subs: Simonsen, Smith, Mohsni, Clark, Crawford, Shiels, Walsh.
"Who could foresee this? But we are here to do a job.
"It is not about me coming back here. It is about the players on the park who might be playing their last game for Rangers and I hope they don't have any regrets today.
"I saw enough the other night. We controlled the game for the first 25 minutes and they got deflected goal and we got edgy.
"Their keeper made four or five excellent saves.
"Our team is capable of scoring goals and hopefully we can pull off the result we want."
"I'm nervous before every game, the same as I did as a player.
"I want to see them go on and finish the job. The team selected itself.
"There were tired legs, but the closer we get to kick-off time, they are bubbly.
"It is a big one-off game and we are prepared to take a gamble with the two boys (Hammell and Pearson).
"I don't particularly want to sit back, so we have got to go and attack as well."
Striker Scott McDonald scored two goals in the final day of the league season 10 years ago to defeat Celtic and hand the title to Rangers. Now in his second spell at Motherwell, the Australian could help deny the Ibrox side promotion.
Former Motherwell midfielder Nicky Law, now at Rangers, and younger brother Josh, who followed him to Fir Park, share a flat. But one of them will return home disappointed after today's final whistle. Who will get the top bunk tonight?
There are lots of sideshows at Fir Park today, of course. Should Rangers win on aggregate, manager Stuart McCall will be relegating the side he managed for four season until resigning in December. Ian Baraclough has been unable to improve on the second bottom place he inherited but could deny his predecessor promotion and put in further doubt his chances of continuing as Rangers boss.
Motherwell's victory on Thursday was the first time they had got the better of Rangers in 39 meetings since 2002. The Glasgow side have, however, won on their last four visits to Fir Park, albeit the last one was in 2012.
Three of those victories were by three or more goals - which would be enough for an aggregate win should that be repeated today.
Rangers will also have to do better than in the second legs of the two play-off matches that led to the final. Against Queen of the South, they were held 1-1 at home but progressed thanks to the 2-1 lead they established in Dumfries. In the semi-final, they lost 1-0 to Hibs but progressed because of their 2-0 win at Ibrox.
If Rangers are to win promotion, they must end Motherwell's run of seven home games without defeat. Ian Baraclough's side have not lost at Fir Park since Dundee left with a 1-0 win on 21 February.
Ryan: "If we get an early goal then it's game on, lets get back to where we rightfully belong."
Adam: "Good luck to Rangers and Motherwell today. See one of you next week - from a Hearts fan."
Rangers Away Days: "In the words of Marvin Andrews - keep believing."
SWer: "I can't see Rangers winning by two, but I'm hopeful they make Motherwell play for it."
Grant Shaw: "Nervous! Need a massive performance from every player wearing blue."
Stuart McQueen: "Mon the Well!"
Fraggle Rock: "What will be will be, we only have ourselves to blame."
Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough names an unchanged side. That means that experienced full-back Stevie Hammell and veteran former Scotland midfielder Stephen Pearson have recovered have recovered from knocks picked up in the first leg.
Speculation had suggesting that 37-year-old Rangers captain Lee McCulloch would return to Stuart McCall's starting line-up up front - against the club with whom he began his career before going on to grace the English top flight with Wigan Athletic and win 18 Scotland caps.
Instead, it appears that the veteran will be a straight swap for the suspended Darren McGregor in the centre of defence. That is one of three changes in Stuart McCall's side, with on-loan Newcastle United winger Shane Ferguson and off-form former Scotland striker Kris Boyd starting in place of Dean Shiels and Nicky Clark.
Neither of today's protagonists have had a good enough season to vie for the title of Scotland's team of the season. Who would your choice be?
Celtic, who retained the Scottish Premiership title and lifted the League Cup? Caley Thistle, who lifted the Scottish Cup for the first time and finished a best-ever third in the top flight? Aberdeen, who gave Celtic a chase before finishing second? Hearts, who swatted away the challenge of Rangers and neighbours Hibernian to run away with the Championship title? Gordon Strachan's national side for keeping in the hunt for Euro 2016 qualification? Or maybe you might think rugby side Glasgow Warriors' first victory in the final of the Pro12 last night overshadows anything achieved by our football sides?
Give us your thoughts about that or any other pressing issues in Scottish football.
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