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JOHN Collins admits the Celtic squad are putting in special work on the training field ahead of their Champions League play-off later this month to compensate for the fact they face lower-grade
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IT was banned for a time by Walter Smith. Ally McCoist simply failed to figure out why anyone would want to use it.
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SIR Tim Rice, the famed theatre lyricist, was seated in the West Stand. The unexpected appearance by the holidaying celebrity invited all manner of musical references as Ross County took centre
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REVENGE is being regarded as a motivating factor for Jo Inge Berget when he returns to Celtic Park with Malmo in the play-off round of Champions League qualifying.
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TOWARDS the tail end of my time at Rangers it got to the point where I was no longer starting every game. There were a lot of good forwards around the club at that time – Michael Mols, Ronald de
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IRISH striker Graham Cummins came off the bench for the second successive week to find the net for St Johnstone. And this week the forward could take considerable satisfaction that his last-minute
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ROBBIE NEILSON won the battle of the former Hearts heroes as his newly-promoted side won 2-1 in a bad-tempered contest at Dens Park.
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TIMING is everything in sport and Emily Maguire has reason to appreciate that more than most. Approaching the end of her Applied Mathematics and Statistics degree at Glasgow University – she
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The old adage goes that in life, you only regret the chances that you didn't take.
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ALAN Stubbs refused to panic or blame the Scott Allan “farce” for a miserable start to the Championship campaign.
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