Cetic Park has been named as the venue for the Scottish Cup final

SFA defend decision to hand Scottish Cup venues to Ibrox and Celtic Park due to Hampden absence

The usual venue of Hampden Park is being prepared for the Commonwealth Games and the SFA have said that clubs wanted to know the venues in advance

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Celtic will step up attempts to renew the contract of Georgios Samaras after tying down fellow striker Anthony Stokes for two more years.

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Leaders Celtic continued their unbeaten league run with a derby victory at Partick Thistle.

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Rangers chief executive Craig Mather steps down after latest boardroom upheaval

Mather leaves role after admitting the club's best interests are behind his decision

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Celtic captain was sent off for kicking out at Brazilian Neymar in their 1-0 Champions League defeat

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Dougie Imrie scored a dramatic injury time penalty

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New signing Teemu Pukki grabbed a debut goal and Anthony Stokes scored one and set up two more as Celtic prepared for the Champions’ League with a comfortable win.

Dundee United 0 Celtic 1 match report: Hoops sign Teemu Pukki to boost attack

Celtic ended a momentous week in which they won the right to face Barcelona once more in the Champions' League, with two new signings and three points from a late goal in Dundee.

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Neil Lennon

Neil Lennon agrees new contract with Celtic - for same money and same length

Manager signs fresh one-year rolling deal

Rangers owner Charles Green (far left)

Charles Green to stand down from consultant role at Rangers

The former chief executive was being paid for the position

Celtic secure Champions League play-off spot

Celtic booked their place in the Champions League play-off round as a goalless draw against Elfsborg in Boras gave Neil Lennon's side a 1-0 aggregate win in their third qualifying round tie.

Former Rangers manager Walter Smith

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