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Redford made over 200 appearances for the Glasgow club and McCoist admits he is 'deeply shocked' at the tragic news

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Our 'Enry was like the Queen Mother of sport, surviving the blitz, years of austerity and several chilling defeats to emerge balding, smiling and cracking jokes at his own expense. The memorable and slightly misleading images of Cooper's life inevitably involve his first bloody fight with Muhammad Ali, his only fight with Joe Bugner and his days as a happy growler spreading the word and splashing Brut all over during a lucrative retirement that the darling of British boxing inherited once the punches stopped.

Henry Cooper, boxing great, dies aged 76

Sir Henry Cooper, the British boxing legend who once floored Muhammad Ali with his celebrated left hook, has died aged 76.

James Lawton: A true champion with a touching humility

Cooper possessed both a willingness to accept the the most formidable odds, and the easiest of charm. His nature was essentially warm

Celtic stay on track to snatch back title

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Wilson takes pride in Celtic's much-improved defensive steel

Celtic full-back Mark Wilson believes his side's previously-maligned defence deserve more credit for their record this season. Celtic have only conceded 18 goals in their 33 Scottish Bank Premier League matches, 10 less than leaders Rangers.

Rangers can get better still after Tannadice rout, says Whittaker

Steven Whittaker may have played a major role in Rangers' 4-0 win over Dundee United on Tuesday night, but he admits the club can still do better as the crucial matches come thick and fast for the Scottish champions.

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