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Monday, July 23, 2018


No place for sectarianism in football and politics, says Neil Lennon

Hibernian manager Neil Lennon has said there is no place for sectarianism in football and politics.. Source link

Celtic not dwelling on last season's record-breaking campaign, says Gordon

Craig Gordon reckons Celtic need to forget about last season's 'Invincibles' campaign and focus on creating history all over again.. Source link

Celtic duo Leigh Griffiths and Erik Sviatchenko travel for Rosenborg tie

Leigh Griffiths and Erik Sviatchenko have both set off for Norway for the Champions League qualifier against Rosenborg after missing. Source link

Owen Coyle takes Ross County job

Former Burnley and Blackburn manager Owen Coyle has been appointed Ross County manager.. Source link

Supreme Court backs HMRC over tax avoidance scheme at Rangers

Rangers have lost their long-running dispute over a tax avoidance scheme after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of. Source link

Celtic's Lustig focused on starting new winning run after shock loss to Hearts

Mikael Lustig is looking for Celtic to get back to winning ways against Partick Thistle on Wednesday night after their. Source link

Scott Sinclair targets Champions League success in bid to return to England fold

Scott Sinclair admits he may have to fire Celtic back to the Champions League if he wants to salvage his England career.. Source link

Aberdeen knocked out of Europa League by Apollon Limassol

Aberdeen crashed out of the Europa League with a 2-0 defeat against Apollon Limassol at the AEK Arena.. Source link

Celtic to face Dundalk or Rosenborg in Champions League if they beat Linfield

Celtic or Linfield have been drawn against Dundalk or Rosenborg in the third qualifying round of the Champions League.. Source link

Rangers' Kenny Miller set for 'significant' spell out with ruptured hamstring

Rangers striker Kenny Miller faces a significant stint out of action with a ruptured hamstring, adding to the club's already considerable injury woes.. Source link