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Forster made his first appearance of the season in Celtic's Champions League victory over KR Reykjavik

Celtic manager Ronny Deila

KR Reykjavik vs Celtic match report: Scottish champions get Champions League quest off to deserved victory thanks to late goal from debutant Callum McGregor

Celtic will take a 1-0 aggregate lead with them to the second leg at Murrayfield after victory in Ronny Deila's first match since replacing Neil Lennon

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Dinamo Bucharest fans were ordered to leave after throwing objects onto the pitch during friendly in Lancashire

Craig Gordon of Sunderland during the Barclays Premier League match between Blackpool and Sunderland at Bloomfield Road on January 22, 2011

Celtic transfer news: Former Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon handed chance to resurrect career with Scottish Premiership champions

Gordon has not played for two years due to serious arm and knee injuries

Ryan Gauld has joined Sporting Lisbon on a six-year deal

'Mini-Messi' Ryan Gauld joins Sporting Lisbon from Dundee United

The 18-year-old, dubbed 'The Scottish Messi', has completed his move to the Portuguese giants and has signed a six-year deal.

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Celtic appoint Ronny Deila: Norwegian replaces Neil Lennon

The 38-year-old Norwegian guided Stromsgodset to their first title in 43 years last season

Steve Clarke was sacked as West Brom manager on Saturday night following the defeat to Cardiff

Celtic manager latest: Steve Clarke new favourite to replace Neil Lennon after Roy Keane drops out of the running

Former West Brom manager could return to Scotland after Keane rejected chance to become new manager

Roy Keane has been linked with working with Louis van Gaal

Celtic manager: Roy Keane rules himself out of the running for vacant Celtic job, the FAI confirm

Republic of Ireland assistant manager has reportedly said he does not want to be considered for the job

Roy Keane has been linked with working with Louis van Gaal

Roy Keane to Celtic: Scottish champions confirm Keane is one of 'between five and 10' managers being considered to replace Neil Lennon

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill confirmed that Kean has held talks with Celtic with chief executive Peter Lawwell admitting Keane is one of the contenders

Paolo Di Canio's agent says he would like to take the vacant Celtic post

Next Celtic manager: Former player Paolo Di Canio confirms his interest

Italian parted ways with Sunderland in September

Roy Keane to Celtic: Martin O'Neill insists he wouldn't stand in Keane's way if he wished to replace the departed Neil Lennon as manager of Celtic

Lennon left this week after winning a third Scottish Premiership title but Keane rejected talk of a return to the club

Roy Keane has been linked with working with Louis van Gaal

Neil Lennon leaves Celtic: Roy Keane distances himself from vacant role as TV pundit and Republic of Ireland assistant jokes he doesn't meed a third job

Keane had been linked with a return to Celtic Park but says he's happy working with Martin O'Neill and the national team

Celtic manager Neil Lennon wants a win against Barcelona to provide momentum for next season's European qualifiers

Neil Lennon: Scottish Premiership champions Celtic part company with manager as talk over Premier League move strengthens

Lennon has been linked with the vacant roles at Norwich and West Brom

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Capital loss as Hibernian battle to avoid drop

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