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14 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
Just as the truth is widely recognised as the first casualty of war, the most striking and predictable consequence of the kind of circumstances in which Rangers have floundered in recent years is almost invariably the proliferation of myths and misapprehensions.
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18 hrs ago | The Daily Record
GEORGINA Smith pretended to be grief-stricken about Scott Blackwood - after urging friends to stab, strangle him, then set him on fire.
Peter Pawlett polled over 60 per cent of the votes to win the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round Goal of the Month award for his decisive strike against Celtic last month.
The 27-year-old Honduras international still has one-year remaining on his current deal at Parkhead and would like nothing better than to significantly extend it.
THE list of young, talented players who have fruitlessly banged their heads against Celtic's glass ceiling is a fairly lengthy one.
Majority shareholder Dermot Desmond claims Celtic are the best-performing club on and off the pitch in Britain and predicts a "visionary" future on the international arena.
Celtic striker Anthony Stokes has been charged with assault after being accused of attacking an Elvis impersonator in Dublin on June 8, 2013.
Celtic have announced they will take on German outfit Bayer Leverkusen in Finland this summer as part of their potential Champions League preparations.
NEW Rangers loan deal comes to light as Dave King hits back at board letter; Gordon Strachan says Euro 2016 qualifiers will not be factor in Poland game; UEFA hint at possibility of talks over Celtic's ambitions to move to England, plus all the rest of today's football news and gossip Dave King has refused to back down from his bitter row with the ... (more)
Late call ups, from left, Kenny Miller, John O Neil, Gavin Rae, Charlie Miller, Barry Nicholson, Stevie Crawford and Andy McLaren.
THOUSANDS of Tartan Army fans reckon playing the Euro 2016 tie at the home of the Hoops would give an unfair advantage to the Irish because O'Neill is a former Parkhead boss.
NEW figures show there are 64,000 16-24-year-olds on the scrapheap and if they all stood in line then their chain of misery would stretch from Glasgow to Stirling.
A TEENAGE goalkeeper who has become the youngest to make a debut for a Scottish Professional Football League club's Under-20 team is on the verge of a dream move to his favourite club.
GORDON Strachan provoked laughter among the Polish media as he recounted his memories of Artur Boruc during his spell as Celtic manager.
Uefa general secretary Gianni Infantino offered Celtic a chink of light as they bid to burrow a future escape route out of Scottish football into the lucrative market of the English Premier League.