Robin Scott-Elliot

Robin Scott-Elliot is a Sports News Correspondent for The Independent.

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Bile and abuse: England supporters at Celtic Park on Tuesday night

Robin Scott-Elliot: England’s joyless fans need a new songbook

It felt like an occasion, an entertainment full of sound and fury but not signifying much beyond a football match. At least if you were in the majority at Celtic Park. Then there was the minority, and possibly a minority of that minority. Yet however many they were, they were plainly heard amid the hubbub.

Wayne Rooney (centre) celebrates his first goal against Scotland

We are as proud as the Scots, claims Wayne Rooney

Captain says Three Lions 'play with a lot of desire' after win in Glasgow

Andrew Robertson got Scotland back into the game, briefly

Scotland vs England: Gordon Strachan must think again as his big beasts queue up to devour England

His entire squad is desperate to play in the game against the Auld Enemy

Roy Keane was involved in a confrontation with a guest at the team’s hotel outside Dublin

Scotland vs Republic of Ireland: Martin O’Neill wants to refocus after Roy Keane ‘distraction’

Ireland's assistant manager was involved in a confrontation with a guest at the team’s hotel on Wednesday night

Usain Bolt plays up to the Glasgow crowd after his gold medal in the relay

Commonwealth Games 2014 closing ceremony: Glasgow 'will never be the same' after triumphant Games

Thrilling competition, huge crowds and millions watching at home prove relevance of Commonwealths... and leave a smile over host city
Geraint Thomas, of Wales, celebrates winning road race gold

Commonwealth Games 2014: Lizzie Armitstead finally a champion as Geraint Thomas toils to take gold

Brits overcome Glasgow downpour to clinch double in dreadful conditions

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Commonwealth Games 2014: Ten stars to watch for the Rio 2016 Olympics

The Games confirmed that there is British talent aplenty, from exciting new names such as Adam Peaty to more established ones like Bradley Wiggins. Robin Scott-Elliot lists just some who have a glint of gold about them for Brazil

Commonwealth Games 2014: Tom Daley's new start on the road to Rio 2016

Diver secures his first significant success since London 2012 with 10m gold
Street fighters (from left to right) England’s Alex Dowsett, Manxman Peter Kennaugh and veteran Scot David Millar will do battle around Glasgow’s roads

Commonwealth Games 2014: Young guns fired up but David Millar is still force to fear

The men’s cycling road race which concludes the action in Glasgow promises thrills and spills aplenty, with the winner difficult to call

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