Robin Scott-Elliot

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

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Markus Rosenberg leaps highest to head in Malmo’s first goal

Champions League failure will leave Celtic trapped in Glaswegian catch-22

Scottish game faces consequences of Swedish fright night

Ronny Deila, the Celtic manager, must combine domestic and European duty

Celtic vs Partick Thistle: Ronny Deila must put Malmo aside to focus on Mathias Pogba

Celtic were drawn to face the Swedish champions of the last two seasons in the Champions League qualifying round

Celtic: Can any team north of the border stop the Hoops making it five SPL titles in a row?

Ronny Deila's side look set to dominate the Premiership but will the challenges of Europe and Aberdeen test them?

Scott Brown celebrates scoring against Poland in March last year

Scotland v Gibraltar: Scots beware if goal-hungry fans get on their back

Their opponents have conceded 21 in four games, but scoring has not come easy to Gordon Strachan's side

Jamie Heaslip is mobbed by fans as the Ireland team arrive at Dublin Airport with the Six Nations trophy on Sunday

Six Nations 2015: Plan A is enough to give Ireland cause for optimism

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Jonathan Davies, of Wales, scores his team’s second try as team-mate Rhys Webb celebrates

Scotland vs Wales Six Nations: Refereeing calls anger both Vern Cotter and Warren Gatland

Cotter was upset that his side were denied two possible tries by the official’s refusal to consult the television referee

Scotland vs Wales match report: Vern Cotter's men slip to consecutive Six Nations defeats

Scotland 23 Wales 26: hosts left despondent as Wales pip them to victory

Leigh Griffiths (right) celebrates opening the scoring
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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

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