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RANGERS will return to the table with a third offer for Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan as boss Mark Warburton looks to bring him to Ibrox this summer.
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RONNY DEILA, the Celtic manager, is considering starting both Nadir Ciftci and Leigh Griffiths against Qarabag FK from Azerbaijan in next Wednesday’s first-leg Champions League qualifier.
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IN 1993, while Celtic were suffering the worst period in their own history, a football club by the name of Qarabag FK from the Republic of Azerbaijan was also going through something of a testing
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Nir Bitton is hopeful Celtic will continue to progress after surviving a scare against part-time Icelandic side Stjarnan before advancing into the Champions League third qualifying round.
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JASON Holt’s decision to depart Hearts at the end of last season due to the lack of first team opportunities which had become available to him at Tynecastle was commendable.
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MARTYN WAGHORN, the striker who signed a three-year deal with Rangers on Monday, has described Hibs as “pretty basic” and “nothing great” ahead of their Petrofac Training Cup match at
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In Scottish football the days of any club having the nerve – let alone the arrogance – to claim that a player “is not for sale at any price” are long gone.
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THE notion of 'job done' was one Aberdeen were reluctant to embrace ahead of a game last night that proved to be just as nervy and fraught with as much danger as Derek McInnes had predicted.
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JOHN HUGHES last night highlighted Inverness Caley Thistle's need for reinforcements – as he claimed last season's league and cup trailblazers would have beaten Astra Giurgiu.
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ALTHOUGH even the most cursory glance at Glasgow City's results over the past eight years would suggest that Scott Booth has landed an easy number with the Scottish champions; the reality is
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