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Celtic closed to within a point of Rangers in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday after the leaders lost at St...Celtic can now topple champion Rangers from the top of the standings with a victory in the Old Firm derby on Wednesday.
Beker (Dutch Cup) fourth round game between Ajax and AZ was abandoned last night after AZ g... Only Manchester City have scored more than Chelsea and Tottenham's 22 goals each in their last ten g... The first blog from Mark Beaumont, who will be
Naismith serves the first match of a two-game ban, imposed after catching Dunfermline full-back Austin McCann with his arm on Saturday...Kilmarnock go into the encounter on the back of a 3-0 defeat at St Mirren Park, but Shiels is adamant there were
Gallacher saved penalties from St Mirren striker Steven Thompson and St Johnstone midfielder Liam Craig as Dunfermline went unbeaten in the SPL until their 4-2 defeat by Motherwell on August 27. Mirren in the summer, also made what Dundee United
Chris Maguire (Derby, £400,000), Mark Howard, Zander Diamond, Derek Young, David McNamee, Paul Hartley (Alloa, free), Sone Aluko, Michael Paton (Stockport, loan). IN: Adam Matthews (Cardiff, free), Kelvin Wilson (Nottingham Forest, free), Victor
The former Celtic forward, who had struck the post earlier in the match, was replaced by Jorge Galan in the 64th minute with the game poised at 1-1 after Dean Shiels' 34th-minute effort had cancelled Gregory Tade's 25th-minute opener for Inverness.
Kenny Shiels is set to sanction Tim Clancy's move to Motherwell so he can beat the transfer deadline and strengthen his own squad. Sheils believes the switch to Fir Park will be beneficial for the 27-year-old full-back and will provide him with more
Hogg believes he has returned to Inverness a fresher player after getting his Hibs exit out of his system. The defender rejoined Caley Thistle last week after spending time looking for a club in England, failing to win a deal with Crewe following a
Jim McIntyre admits upcoming opponents Inverness are a source of inspiration as he plots the Fife club's survival in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League. Caley Thistle enjoyed a successful return to the SPL last season, just missing out on the top six
Motherwell, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, St Johnstone, Aberdeen, Hibernian and St Mirren as well as Hamilton Accies will join the 15 winners from Saturday's Scottish Communities Cup first round ties in the second round draw which takes place