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14 min ago | The Daily Record
GARY hails Dundee's cup tie win and insists the number of changes that were able to be made to the starting eleven shows a squad depth he struggles to recall having ever been achieved before.
4 hrs ago | Sky Sports
Dundee's unbeaten start to the season will be put to the test when champions Celtic travel to Dens Park on Sunday.
12 hrs ago | The Daily Record
FORMER Rangers skipper BARRY gives his take on Celtic's woes and says the problems facing boss Deila are not too dissimilar to the ones which forced Le Guen out of Ibrox eight years ago.
However, it is only now, two months and two serious Champions League setbacks later that the realisation exactly what he has signed up for will hit home.
AS the blame game begins in earnest following Celtic's Champions League elimination, Stefan Johansen has insisted new manager Ronny Deila should be absolved of any culpability.
Neil Warnock returns to Crystal Palace for his second spell as the manager of the Premier League club.
As an avid fan you learn over the years that as a club we'll get things done but there will be a bit of drama along the way - the 2012 play-off final where we had 11 rounds of penalties before victory is one of many examples.
Maribor have bounced a traumatised Celtic out of the Champions League in their play-off tie in Glasgow.
Sky Sports understands there has been no contact between Neil Lennon and Crystal Palace over the vacant manager's job at Selhurst Park.
Henrik Larsson has admitted he turned down the chance to become the new Celtic manager over the summer because he wanted to stay at Falkenbergs.
The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular has been jailed for 11 years after she admitted killing her son and hiding his body in a suitcase.
Seven firefighters who perished in a warehouse blaze in Glasgow will be remembered later in a wreath-laying service in Glasgow.
Fraser Forster admits that moving to Saints and fulfiling his Premier League ambitions "has been fantastic" after he kept his first clean sheet for the club in the 0-0 draw with West Bromwich Albion.
EVEN IF Ronny Deila finds himself leading his team out at Hampden next May with a domestic treble on the line if they can win the Scottish Cup final, he will still not have a more important assignment in his first season as Celtic manager than the one he faces tomorrow night.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:11 pm
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