Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk after his dismissal last night

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The hostile rivalry will be resumed this weekend

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Celtic boss Ronny Delia and majority of first-team squad missed the game

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

Neil Lennon has thanked Celtic fans for their support after he was pelted with missiles by Aberdeen fans

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Celtic fans paid tribute to their manager in the 18th minute of the win over St Mirren to support former player Lennon, who wore number 18 during his time at Parkhead

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Celtic ace set for a return to English football after successful spell in Scotland

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Mulgrew was on target as Celtic thumped Kilmarnock to edge closer to another Scottish Premiership title

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Virgil van Dijk for Celtic

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Dutch star linked with a move away from Celtic Park after a string of impressive displays

Neil Lennon wants to add to high-flying Celtic squad

Neil Lennon was ecstatic with Celtic’s 4-0 win at St Mirren on Sunday but admitted he is seeking recruits in the transfer window.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly professed his love for Celtic

Transfer news: Neil Lennon would love if Zlatan Ibrahimovic joined Celtic...but jokes he would have to get in the team first

Swedish striker had said he wants to end his career in Scotland

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