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Rangers’ Europa League campaign comes to an end at Bayer Leverkusen

There was no redemption for Rangers as their Europa League campaign was finally ended by a 1-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.Steven Gerrard’s team were made to wait five months for another shot at the German side but the damage done in their 3-1 first-leg…

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Rangers’ Europa League campaign comes to an end at Bayer Leverkusen

There was no redemption for Rangers as their Europa League campaign was finally ended by a 1-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.Steven Gerrard’s team were made to wait five months for another shot at the German side but the damage done in their 3-1 first-leg…

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Bayer Leverkusen v Rangers: Europa League last 16, second leg – live!

Updates from the 5.55pm BST kick-off in GermanyLive scoreboard: the latest from tonight’s other tiesAnd you can contact Barry by email or on Twitter 5.44pm BST Steven Gerrard speaks: “For sure,” he says on BT Sport, upon being asked if this is the stra…

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Ryan Kent gets Rangers’ new season off to winning start at Aberdeen

Rangers have no reason to care that the return of Scottish football after 144 days was barely worth the wait. Perhaps the intensity – including from the stands – associated with a visit of the Ibrox club to Aberdeen made this Premiership opener appear …

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Aberdeen v Rangers: Scottish Premiership season opener – live!

Scottish Premiership updates from the 12.30pm BST kick-offEwan Murray: Celtic begin their quest for perfect 10And you can email Will or tweet @Will_Unwin 12.39pm BST 10 mins: I have gone against this option, as it irks me.@Will_Unwin interestingly the …

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‘I’ll block it out’: Neil Lennon plays down talk of 10 titles in a row for Celtic

Manager warns against distractions on eve of new seasonSteven Gerrard says Rangers will go for every trophyNeil Lennon has warned Celtic must not become consumed by the prospect of making history as they attempt to become the first club in Scottish foo…

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Celtic chase a perfect 10 but how long can two-team competition continue? | Ewan Murray

Old Firm are the only serious rivals to each other in a Premiership where third place to the rest represents glorious successIf we are to assume a suitable element of normality will have returned by May, any Celtic celebration of a 10th Premiership tit…

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Manchester City to face Juventus or Lyon if they beat Real Madrid

Chelsea to meet Napoli or Barça if they achieve Bayern miracleManchester United could play Wolves in Europa League semiManchester City will play Juventus or Lyon in the Champions League quarter-finals, should they progress against Real Madrid. Their pa…

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Manchester City to play Real Madrid second leg at Etihad Stadium

Manchester United and Wolves can also play ties at homeUefa rules on Champions and Europa League last-16 tiesManchester City have been given the go-ahead from Uefa to play the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against Real Madrid at the …

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Scottish fixtures: Celtic kick off bid for 10th title against Hamilton on 2 August

SPLF hopeful some fans could attend October Old Firm clash Winter break scrapped to make room for cup tiesFixtures for the forthcoming Scottish Premiership campaign have been released and Celtic will kick off their bid for a historic 10th successive ti…

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Steven Gerrard frustrated Rangers cannot resume full-contact training

Scottish government restrictions mean non-contact sessionsManager fears players will not be ready for start of seasonSteven Gerrard fears an inability to implement full training will hamper Rangers’ preparations for the new season if in place for much …

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Rangers repeat call for SPFL reform after losing vote for inquiry

In total 13 of the 42 clubs voted for independent probeConfirmation of Celtic’s ninth successive title now imminentRangers have repeated their call for an overhaul of the management of the Scottish Professional Football League despite failing with a bi…

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Inverness say they made clear bullying allegations to SPFL during key vote

Championship club contradict claim by SPFL’s Neil DoncasterDoncaster said he had only been told of ‘robust exchanges’Inverness have contradicted a claim by the Scottish Professional Football League’s chief executive, Neil Doncaster, that no club had ma…

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SPFL directors hit back at Rangers and ‘self-serving’ Stewart Robertson

Clubs urged not to back calls for independent investigation‘If anything had been untoward, we would have addressed it’Directors of the Scottish Professional Football League have snapped back at allegations raised in a dossier issued by Rangers and urge…

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SPFL directors hit back at Rangers and ‘self-serving’ Stewart Robertson

Clubs urged not to back calls for independent investigation‘If anything had been untoward, we would have addressed it’Directors of the Scottish Professional Football League have snapped back at allegations raised in a dossier issued by Rangers and urge…

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Rangers claim SPFL tried to ‘influence’ Uefa into allowing early end to season

Letter sent to Uefa before clubs held controversial voteRangers also claim clubs not told of potential £10m liabilityA letter from the chief executives of the Scottish Professional Football League and Scottish Football Association to Uefa, claiming maj…

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Manchester United set to sign 16-year-old Joe Hugill from Sunderland

Striker has also attracted attention from Arsenal and SpursSteven Gerrard says he will not pressure Rangers over transfersManchester United have an agreement in place to sign Sunderland teenager Joe Hugill.The 16-year-old striker is set to join the Uni…

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Rangers call for general meeting to discuss investigation over vote

• Rangers say SPFL investigation ‘failed to examine wider issues’• Rangers invite all 42 league clubs to discuss season-ending vote Rangers have requested a general meeting of all 42 league clubs in Scotland with a view to allowing an independent inves…

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Nessun Dorma podcast: Rangers, Mexico 86 and a season of scandals

The podcast about 1980s and 1990s football is back to discuss cup runs, indecent incidents, Maradona and Graham TaylorSo, you’re at home, in lockdown and thinking there is a real dearth of media outlets offering hours of football nostalgia to pass the …

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How Scottish football’s voting farce led to open warfare breaking out

The SPFL wanted clubs to end the season but Dundee’s missing vote has resulted in the game’s governing body being questionedScottish football does not have a monopoly on toxicity. At times like these it just feels that way. In a period when serious dis…