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4 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
The Scot was given a transatlantic pat on the back yesterday from the Barclays Premier League club's American owner, Randy Lerner, a show of support for a manager that handled well the "unexpected issues" which have set off football's jungle telegraph.
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12 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
FORMER Hibernian, Celtic and Scotland striker Derek Riordan is to stand trial next month after pleading not guilty to an assault in an Edinburgh bar.
19 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
TONY Watt has no one to blame but himself for being frozen out at Lierse, according to the Belgian club's technical director, former Everton and Fulham player Tomasz Radzinski.
Anthony Stokes has claimed that the SPFL Premiership will be stronger when Rangers eventually secure promotion to the top flight, writes Michael Grant.
Twelve months ago Neil Lennon branded the absence of a Celtic player from the PFA Scotland player of the year awards shortlist 'abysmal'.
Anthony Stokes: 'In the last season or two the gaffer has asked me to become more of a team player' Celtic striker Anthony Stokes feels he has improved as a player this season - even if his goals tally does not indicate it.
CHRIS ROBERTS answers your calls as Saints striker Stevie May's stock continues to rise after his Scottish Cup semi final heroics.
HIS horizons have broadened, his life has changed and his ambitions have both been realised and stretched but Eoghan O'Connell remains a Cork boy in accent and sensibility.
Dutch coaching legend Co Adriaanse insists that Holland must take Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk to the World Cup this summer.
STUART FINDLAY says he would rather go out on loan for a second season than face life as a Celtic reserve.
SCOTTISH League 1 champions Rangers are at home to Premiership side Dundee United in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final at Ibrox.
FRANK McGarvey has told Neil Lennon to make a commanding centre-back top priority during the Celtic manager's scouting trip this weekend.
His team-mates knew that, while he was not the biggest or strongest player in a side which included Bobo Balde, Johan Mjallby, Chris Sutton and John Hartson, they could depend on him in every situation.
CELTIC could play another glamour friendly in Dublin this summer, the build-up to this weekend's Scottish Cup ties continues, and Leigh Griffiths faces yet more criticism, plus more football news in Friday's Rumour Mill.
If the Canaries are sucked into the relegation spots - they are currently just five points above third-bottom Fulham, who they play tomorrow, then have a horror run-in with games against Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal - the Hoops are ready to make their offer for Snodgrass.