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  1. Scotsman (Football): Smith welcomes impending ‘frenzy’

    WALTER Smith believes the ­return of the Old Firm fixture will provide a much-needed shot in the arm for Scottish ­football, despite what he admits are “unsavoury” elements of the rivalry between Rangers and Celtic. More...

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  2. Scotsman (Football): ‘First Old Firm game as big

    MURDO MacLEOD believes Ronny Deila’s reputation and credibility as Celtic manager is on the line this Sunday when he faces his first Old Firm assignment. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Today 03:50 AM
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  3. Scotsman (Football): Rangers: Mark Hateley yet to speak with McCoist

    MARK Hateley has revealed he has still not spoken to Ally McCoist in the wake of claims he had actively undermined his former Rangers strike partner shortly before he resigned as manager and was placed on gardening leave by the Ibrox club last month. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Today 03:50 AM
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  4. Scotsman (Football): Lifelong fans voted on to Hibernian board

    FRANK Dougan and Amit Moudgil have been elected new non-executive directors of Hibernian by the club’s supporters. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Today 03:20 AM
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  5. Scotsman (Football): Neil Lennon gives up on Kris Commons January move

    NEIL Lennon has abandoned his attempt to sign Celtic’s Kris Commons during this transfer window. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 11:00 PM
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  6. Scotsman (Football): Scottish Flashback: Celtic 3-3 Rangers, Oct 2002

    RANGERS travelled to Celtic Park on the back of a UEFA Cup exit in October 2002, going out on the away goals rule to Czech outfit Viktoria Zizkov. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 10:20 PM
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  7. Scotsman (Football): Old Firm clash will be close, says Kenny Dalglish

    KENNY Dalglish believes Sunday’s Old Firm derby will be close no matter how strongly-fancied Celtic are. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:50 PM
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  8. Scotsman (Football): Celtic-Rangers cup clash ‘will fly past’ - Hateley

    FORMER Rangers striker Mark Hateley has warned Old Firm novices that their first taste of the Glasgow derby will be over in a flash. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:50 PM
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  9. Scotsman (Football): Mike Ashley to miss Rangers dual ownership meeting

    MIKE Ashley will not appear at Hampden on Tuesday after it was confirmed a hearing into alleged breaches of “dual ownership” rules will take place by conference call. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:10 PM
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  10. Scotsman (Football): Tomáš

    HIBERNIAN have confirmed the signing of former Hamilton Academical goalkeeper Tomáš Černý on a deal until the end of the current season. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 07:20 PM
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  11. Scotsman (Football): SRU offer Murrayfield to SFA as Hampden replacement

    THE Scottish Rugby Union say it is ready to open the doors of BT Murrayfield to its footballing counterparts if it decides to quit Hampden. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 06:40 PM
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  12. Scotsman (Football): Monday football round-up: Aberdeen | League Cup

    JOIN Craig Cairns, John Callan and Tony Anderson for a look back at events over the past seven days in Scottish football. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 05:20 PM
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  13. Scotsman (Local Football): Musselburgh get a rollicking after winning cup tie

    Musselburgh boss Stevie McLeish gave his team a rollicking at full-time – despite them securing their place in the last 16 of the Scottish Junior Cup. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 01:50 PM
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  14. Scotsman (Local Football): Former Hibs keeper enjoys a winning start with Bonnyrigg

    Former Hibs and Livingston goalkeeper Paul Grant made his first start in over a year as Bonnyrigg Rose secured their place in the Scottish Junior Cup last-16 draw. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 01:50 PM
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  15. Scotsman (Local Football): Uni boss insists draw with Spartans was deserved

    Edinburgh University boss Dorian Ogunro felt his side more than deserved their 1-1 draw with Lowland League champions Spartans at Ainslie Park. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 01:50 PM
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  16. Scotsman (Local Football): Image Printers Cup: Edinburgh City progress

    After near-constant pressure in this Image Printers Cup second-round tie, City finally opened the scoring in 17 minutes. Dougie Gair sent a free-kick into the six-yard box and John Crawford deflected the ball past his own keeper. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 01:50 PM
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  17. Scotsman (Local Football): Luck evades Preston Athletic in stalemate

    Preston secured another valuable point in their battle to beat the drop but it could easily have been a precious three points had striker Sean Martin scored a second-half penalty. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 01:50 PM
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  18. Scotsman (Football): Gattuso keen on Rangers job but wary of wrangling

    FORMER Rangers midfielder Gennaro Gattuso insists he would love to return to Ibrox as boss - but only once the club’s boardroom battle has been settled. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 12:00 PM
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  19. Scotsman (Football): Ally ‘Benny’ Brazil, Hibs’ unlikely hat-trick hero

    TWENTY years ago yesterday, Eric Cantona flew feet first into the crowd. But 30 years ago today, something ­perhaps more remarkable occurred: Ally ‘Benny’ Brazil scored a hat-trick. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 11:20 AM
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  20. Scotsman (Football): Inverness’ Hughes enjoys softly, softly approach

    WHILE most people have been claiming that Aberdeen and Dundee United pose the biggest threat to Celtic, ­Inverness Caledonian Thistle have been quietly collecting the points that keep them in third place in the Scottish Premiership thanks to their 2-0 victory at Hamilton. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 11:20 AM
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  21. Scotsman (Football): Johnston: Positives despite late Partick leveller

    KILMARNOCK manager Allan Johnston stomached the bitter pill of a late Partick Thistle equaliser on Saturday ­afternoon but insisted his players should take “a lot of positives” from their 2-2 home draw. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 10:40 AM
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  22. Scotsman (Football): Aberdeen agree pre-contract with Graeme Shinnie

    GRAEME Shinnie, the Inverness Caledonian Thistle left-back, will become an Aberdeen player in the summer after it was announced yesterday that he has signed a pre-contract agreement at Pittodrie. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 10:40 AM
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  23. Scotsman (Football): Fruitful times for Brechin manager Ray McKinnon

    RAY McKinnon celebrated a century of games in charge of Brechin City last weekend in fine style as his men won 2-0 away to League 1 leaders Stranraer. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 10:40 AM
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  24. Scotsman (Football): Rumour Mill: Celtic advert | Rangers | Sarver

    RANGERS stars hit out at Celtic advert claiming Old Firm derby will be first ever meeting between two sides; David Robertson says Rangers should have sold to Robert Sarver; Craig Gordon plays down Celtic favourites tag, plus the rest of today’s football news and gossip More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 09:20 AM
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  25. Scotsman (Football): Fans pack Ibrox to pay emotional tribute to Ricksen

    AN incredible crowd of 41,349 descended on Ibrox yesterday as the acrimony, turmoil and chaos which has ravaged Rangers for the best part of three years was set aside for one rainy afternoon. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 09:20 AM
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  26. Scotsman (Football): Rangers legends slam Celtic fans’ newspaper advert

    RANGERS legends have slammed a group of Celtic supporters for intensifying the atmosphere ahead of next Sunday’s League Cup semi-final by taking out a full-page newspaper advert insisting it is the first meeting of the two clubs. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 09:20 AM
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  27. Scotsman (Football): Jamie MacDonald hails his new-look Falkirk side

    HEARTS made the headlines, their unbeaten run halted by a team who had the tactics and will to withstand the loss of an early goal and battle back to ­enhance their own chances of promotion. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 09:20 AM
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  28. Scotsman (Football): St Mirren home form is ‘embarrassing’ admits McGinn

    THIS MATCH was St Mirren’s season in microcosm. Dominant for long spells, they failed to turn possession into goals and then suffered from a combination of dilatory defending, bad luck and controversial refereeing decisions. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 09:20 AM
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  29. Scotsman (Football): Craig Gordon: Rangers still pose a serious threat

    CRAIG Gordon has attempted to play down Celtic’s status as overwhelming favourites to win the Old Firm League Cup semi-final, insisting beleaguered Rangers still pose a serious threat to the Scottish champions. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:50 AM
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  30. Scotsman (Football): Celtic continue push for treble with County win

    IN CONSTANTLY going public with his target of winning the domestic treble in his first season as Celtic manager, Ronny Deila is being brave or foolish. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:50 AM
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  31. Scotsman (Football): Robertson: Sarver rejection a ‘missed opportunity’

    DAVID Robertson has criticised Rangers for rejecting Robert Sarver’s takeover bid earlier this month and believes it proves that the current board are not acting in the best interests of the Ibrox club. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, Yesterday 08:10 AM
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  32. Scotsman (Football): I would come back to Celtic, says Neil Lennon

    NEIL Lennon has refused to shut the door on a sensational return to Celtic Park - despite quitting the club last summer. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 03:00 PM
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  33. Scotsman (Football): Rumour Mill: Neil Lennon return | Celtic v Rangers

    NEIL Lennon has opened the door to a sensational return to Celtic; Parkhead boss Ronny Deila calls for “peaceful” Old Firm match ahead of next Sunday’s League Cup tie; Rangers boss Kenny McDowall admits his side are underdogs against Celtic, plus the rest of today’s football news and gossip ...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 01:10 PM
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  34. Scotsman (Football): Miliband will keep Scotland games on terrestial TV

    ED Miliband is set to pledge a change in the law to ensure that the Scottish national team’s football matches and iconic events such as the golf Open Championship are shown on free-to-air television, in the biggest shake-up of UK broadcast rights for sport in 20 years. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 12:20 PM
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  35. Scotsman (Football): Aidan Smith: This Old Firm needs to happen

    Thrilling or horrible, this Old Firm game has to be done, writes Aidan Smith More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 06:40 AM
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  36. Scotsman (Football): McDowall says underdogs Rangers aren’t scared

    THERE was no flim-flam from Kenny McDowall when asked the other day how he felt about his Championship team being written off ahead of next Sunday’s League Cup semi-final with the Premiership league leaders. “I can understand that, and there is probably as big a gap between the teams as there has...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 06:00 AM
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  37. Scotsman (Football): Durie calls on fans to turn out for hero Ricksen

    IT CAN take terrible predicaments to foster unity. That will be demonstrated at Ibrox today when Rangers supporters put all boardroom and governance issues to one side, and forget any factionalism for an afternoon as they turn out for Fernando Ricksen’s benefit match. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 06:00 AM
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  38. Scotsman (Football): Deila wants game against Rangers to be peaceful

    OUTSIDERS aren’t supposed to understand the rivalry between Celtic and Rangers. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 06:00 AM
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  39. Scotsman (Football): Sean Dillon can’t wait for cup clash with Aberdeen

    The north-east semi-final Cup clash has an 80s feel to it and Sean Dillon can’t wait, finds Moira Gordon More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 05:30 AM
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  40. Scotsman (Football): Dempster: BuyHibs could have been driving force

    HIBS have hit back at what they claim is “baffling” negativity from supporters’ groups, saying that instead of sniping from the sidelines, the likes of BuyHibs could have been the driving force behind the move towards fan control if they had agreed to meet with board officials. More...

    Started by RSS Bot, 25-01-2015 05:30 AM
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