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THE 200-strong advance party of the Tartan Army gathered in front of the big screen at the national stadium let out an involuntary Hampden roar. The sun had come out from behind the clouds and the
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HIBERNIAN manager Alan Stubbs stressed last night that Rangers signing target Scott Allan is not for sale after receiving assurances from the Easter Road board over their stance on the player.
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RONNY Deila is a firm believer that you should always judge an opponent by the strength of the football club and not the country they come from.
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WHEN I was doing my predictions at this stage last season I said that if Aberdeen could keep the gap to Celtic to less than 20 points then it would be a great achievement. People criticised me for
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DEAN Shiels believes he can finally fulfil his potential as a Rangers player at the grand old age of 30 after enduring for the past three seasons the luckless label of the great Ibrox enigma.
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NILS Arne Eggen is the Godfather of Norwegian football and Ronny Deila is one of his discip- les. Rosenborg won the top flight 11 years running and qualified for the Champions League group stage
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DIFFERENT country, different conditions, different opposition, same result. Scotland kept up their winning streak to reach the ICC Twenty20 World Qualifier final in Dublin today. Beating Hong Kong
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RATHER like those bleary-eyed holidaymakers who have clinched a good deal by agreeing to jet out to their destination at some ungodly hour, Aberdeen will head for Kazakhstan in the twilight zone
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LEWIS Hamilton insists it is not a foregone conclusion that he will win the Hungarian Grand Prix despite blitzing his rivals at a sundrenched Hungaroring in Budapest yesterday.
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MO Farah last night confirmed he will aim to successfully defend both of his world titles over 5,000 and 10,000 metres in Beijing next month, a year ahead of what he hopes will be a golden repeat
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