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NADIR Ciftci received an immediate introduction to the harsh realities of playing up front for Celtic in his first competitive fixture against FC Stjarnan last week.
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CELTIC may have enjoyed a morale-boosting friendly win in Spain yesterday but their Champions League second round qualifying opponents Stjarnan continued their stuttering start to the defence of
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FOR many years, Richie Foran’s family refused to phone the Inverness Caledonian Thistle captain for several days after he had suffered a defeat due to the foul mood they knew the midfielder
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WITH his Wimbledon title, US Open crown and Olympic gold medal, Andy Murray has done more for British tennis than anyone since Fred Perry. Today, he can lead the country into the semi-finals of
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IN a qualifying group that turned out to have more dramatic twists and turns than a John Le Carre novel, Scotland eventually came through as pool leaders in the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers and
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THERE seemed to be a lot of surprise about Aberdeen’s win over Croatian side HNK Rijeka and, at the risk of sounding wise in the aftermath of the event, I actually had every faith in Derek
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THERE are few lifestyles that are quite so disparate as that of celebrity and elite athlete; Louis Smith has had a taste of both and has chosen the latter. The Englishman has appeared in the
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STRIKER Dominique Malonga believes Hibernian are favourites for this season’s Championship title, but has warned that talk is cheap if they do not deliver on the pitch.
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IT is unlikely we will ever get confirmation, but the impression is that someone in the Glazer family may well have had a word with Ed Woodward. Nothing too harsh of course; after all, you can’t
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ENGLAND face a long uphill battle over the next two days if they are to save the Lord’s Test and retain the Ashes series lead secured in Cardiff.
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