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PIERRE VAN HOOIJDONK created a storm when he accused Rangers of cheating after they pipped Celtic to the title in the 1995-96 season.
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After securing their 44th Scottish League Championship with a 4-1 home win against Inverness in April and with the Scottish Cup final coming up this month, the summer transfer window could be a busy period for Celtic this year.
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Hibs boss Pat Fenlon has revealed he has just one wish for tomorrow's Scottish Cup final - that his Easter Road side simply do themselves justice.
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In today's rumour mill: Green cleared of links to Whyte; SFA boss pockets a pay rise; Hibs rocked by McPake and Griffiths injury scares; Stuart McCall has second thoughts about Sheffield United move; plus the rest of the Scottish football news and gossip.
Roberto Martinez was closing in on the Everton job after appearing to edge ahead of his rivals to succeed David Moyes.
HIBERNIAN have been dealt a major blow ahead of this weekend's William Hill Scottish Cup final with the news that captain James McPake has been ruled out of the match through injury.
The 29-year-old Celtic forward claimed on Tuesday he would be putting his family and club career first after announcing he no longer wished to add to his 12 Scotland caps.
GORDON WADDELL and Mark Guidi of the Sunday Mail and Daily Record reporter David McCarthy offer their view of this Sunday's Hampden final.
THE Irish striker believes critics have a short memory and the Hoops deserve more praise after the season they have just had.
Provided his back has not buckled under the strain of carrying a glut of individual awards, Leigh Griffiths, more than any Hibernian player, will bear the hopes of Leith on his shoulders on Sunday.
AIDEN McGEADY has vowed to curb his temper as he kick his heels following a six-game ban at Spartak Moscow.
All the interest, unsurprisingly, seems to be in the favourites and Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, who are 8/11 to win the final in 90 minutes.
HENMAN, a former semi-finalist at the French Open, says Andy's back problem would only get worse if the Scot took part in the clay court tournament.
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CELTIC defender Mikael Lustig believes tiredness will be the Hoops' biggest enemy as they prepare to face Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final on Sunday.
Talk of administration and liquidation has been as much a part of the back page headlines as any of the action on the field.