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Category: Scottish Premiership

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Dundee v Rangers: Scottish Premiership – live!

• Follow all the action from the 1.30pm GMT kick-off• Bottom club Dundee have only two wins from 15 this season• Email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarris with your thoughts 1.49pm GMT “It’s a warning”, Steven Gerrard told his players recently when his excl…

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James Forrest scores two as Celtic hand Kilmarnock a hiding

Celtic leapfrogged Kilmarnock to the top of the Scottish Premiership with a stunning over the Ayrshire side. Steve Clarke’s side travelled to Glasgow with a one-point lead over Rangers and their Old Firm rivals but their title credentials were quickly …

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Scottish roundup: Kilmarnock go top after Celtic and Rangers drop points

• Celtic draw with Motherwell, Rangers lose to Aberdeen• Kilmarnock beat Livingston to go top of the leagueThe Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hinted that some players had failed to seize their chance after his much-changed side conceded a late equalise…

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Ryan Christie’s strike sets up Celtic’s easy victory over Accies

Celtic returned from the international break to coast to a 3-0 Scottish Premiership win over Hamilton at the Hope CBD stadium.Midfielder Ryan Christie swept in the opener in the 13th minute to give the visitors the interval lead which belied their supe…

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Celtic may not take fans to Ibrox Old Firm game over safety concerns

• Rangers cut Celtic’s allocation to 800 earlier this year• Club may opt out if safe passage of fans cannot be guaranteedCeltic have said they may turn down their allocation of tickets for next month’s Old Firm clash at Ibrox over safety fears for thei…

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Scottish football, a Jurassic world where ancient species thrive | Kevin McKenna

Things are so bad for the national side it’s becoming a struggle to find 11 fit players who actually want to wear the shirtA new form of football seems to have evolved in Scotland during our 20 years of wandering in the game’s wilderness.On closer scru…

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Rangers close on leaders Celtic after 7-1 thrashing of 10-man Motherwell

Motherwell had midfielder Carl McHugh and manager Stephen Robinson sent off as they crashed to a 7-1 defeat against Rangers at Ibrox. With the scores tied at 1-1 following strikes by Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield and Motherwell’s Curtis Main, McHugh…

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Ross Millen punishes blunt Hearts in impressive away win for Killie

Kilmarnock recorded their first victory at Tynecastle in five years after Ross Millen struck the only goal to see off Hearts 1-0. Steve Clarke’s side had spent most of the second half on the back foot before Millen found the net in the 73rd minute. Hea…

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Celtic close in on top spot as Odsonne Edouard seals emphatic win over Hearts

Odsonne Edouard scored two goals as Celtic powered their way to within a point of Scottish Premiership leaders Hearts with a 5-0 hammering of the Edinburgh side at Parkhead.The home side cruised to a 3-0 victory when the teams met in the Betfred Cup se…

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Hibs manager Neil Lennon struck by coin in fiery Edinburgh derby draw

• Lennon hit after Hearts had stoppage-time goal disallowed• Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal also struck by objectThe Hibernian head coach, Neil Lennon, and the Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal were both floored by objects during a chaotic and goalless …

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Craig Levein: ‘I get far less stressed about things than I used to’

The Hearts manager has learned to relax more after a heart attack in the summer, and he and his team are happy and flying high as they prepare for a League Cup semi-final against CelticSpecial guests will be in attendance when Heart of Midlothian host …

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Edouard’s two goals for sizzling Celtic make Hibs suffer

Celtic moved into second place in the Premiership with a frenetic 4-2 win over Hibernian at Celtic Park.Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon’s side were picked off in the first half, where midfielders Tom Rogic and Olivier Ntcham both grabbed goals with t…

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Paul Gascoigne hits back at Scottish FA over Hall of Fame snub

Former Rangers player: ‘I feel the love & support of the People’ Gascoigne tweets footage of Euro 96 goal against ScotlandPaul Gascoigne has hit back at the Scottish Football Association and insisted he does not need to be in the Scottish Football …

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Rangers end Hearts’ unbeaten start as Celtic hit six at St Johnstone

• Steven Gerrard’s side win 3-1 at Ibrox against leaders• James Forrest scores four in first half for Celtic Rangers showed they are not ready to give up the Premiership title race just yet as they killed off Hearts’ unbeaten league start with a 3-1 tr…

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Assistant referee injured by object thrown from stands during Livingston v Rangers – video

Police are appealing for information after an assistant referee was hit by an object thrown from the crowd during Livingston’s 1-0 defeat of Rangers. Calum Spence suffered a minor injury to the back of his head and was treated at the Tony Macaroni Aren…

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Hearts maintain Premiership lead with win while Celtic see off Aberdeen

• Scott Sinclair scores in Celtic win over Dons• Hibs’ David Gray scores fifth goal of the seasonGoals from Peter Haring and Jimmy Dunne maintained a five point lead for Hearts at the top of the Premiership as the Jam Tarts beat St Johnstone 2-1 at Tyn…

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Stuart Findlay’s late show helps Kilmarnock snatch victory from Celtic

Stuart Findlay’s late header secured 2-1 victory for Kilmarnock against Celtic in their Scottish Premiership match at Rugby Park.Leigh Griffiths gave Celtic a 1-0 first-half lead after Kirk Broadfoot failed to clear Kieran Tierney’s cross after 34 minu…

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The Dundee fan who skipped his own stag do to play for the club

After supporting the club his whole life, Craig Robertson heard seven magic words: ‘How do you fancy playing for Dundee?’By Grant Hill for Nutmeg, part of the Sport NetworkIn their heart of hearts, most football-mad kids know they will never become pro…

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The Dundee fan who skipped his own stag do to play for the club

After supporting the club his whole life, Craig Robertson heard seven magic words: ‘How do you fancy playing for Dundee?’By Grant Hill for Nutmeg, part of the Sport NetworkIn their heart of hearts, most football-mad kids know they will never become pro…

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As football tickets go digital, we lose more than pieces of paper

Smart cards are replacing ticket stubs, which may be good for the environment but it’s not so satisfying for sentimental fansBy Alex Anderson for WSC, part of the Sport NetworkIt’s 1983. I’m 13, about to attend my first football match outside Scotland,…