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Latest Sport Headlines 10 August 2015

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GRAHAM CUMMINS will be content to maintain the super-sub tag at McDiarmid Park this season if it means he remains on the goal trail.
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RONNY Deila last night tipped Tom Rogic to establish himself in the Celtic first team after the Australian internationalist netted his first goal for the Scottish champions in their 2-0 victory
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MARK HATELEY’S criticism of the Rangers players’ fitness levels last season was the latest in a growing line of public digs at the stewardship of his one-time strike partner Ally McCoist.
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The Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has slapped down Ronny Deila's assistant, John Collins, over comments in which he claimed that Scottish players are not good enough to offer Celtic proper
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CELTIC kept up their commanding start to the season with a comfortable victory over Partick Thistle at Firhill.
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CELTIC’S domestic performances in the immediate aftermath of their European matches often left rather a lot to be desired during Ronny Deila’s first season in Scotland.
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Ronny Deila admitted he had no idea who Tom Rogic was when he first moved to Celtic - but has now hinted the Australian could have played his way into the Hoops' Champions League line-up.
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IRELAND'S Shane Lowry held off the challenge of three major champions to claim the biggest victory of his career in brilliant fashion in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational last night.
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IF ever confirmation were needed that persistence pays off then one only has to look towards Mark Dry. The hammer thrower has been forced to overcome more than his fair share of set-backs
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THERE are too many imponderables in football to venture into the foolhardy world of clairvoyance.
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