Sport Charlie Mulgrew admits the Celtic squad are not thinking about breaking any records despite 23-match unbeaten run

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

Gordon Greer (left) has raised his hopes of a cap with Brighton

Brighton captain Gordon Greer leaves it late but seeks Scotland debut

Gordon Greer has admitted he left hopes of a Scotland cap back in Kilmarnock when he signed for Doncaster six years ago.

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for Hearts in their 1950s golden age

Open the gate, here comes Pigalle Wonder!’ It was a familiar cry on the terraces of Tynecastle football ground in the late 1950s when Heart of Midlothian were piling up the trophies and their ecstatic fans gloried in comparing the scorching pace of winger Johnny Hamilton with a champion greyhound of the time.

Neil Alexander to leave Rangers as Ally McCoist searches for new goalkeeper

Rangers manager Ally McCoist is on the lookout for another goalkeeper after confirming Neil Alexander will not be at Ibrox next season.

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

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The reigning champions play Ross County

Kenny Shiels

Kenny Shiels leaves Kilmarnock

The announcement comes as little surprise

Rangers sign Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark

Rangers have confirmed Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark as the club's fourth summer signing.

Celtic title triumph means everything to Kris Commons

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has revealed winning the title this season felt just as good as beating Rangers to the championship.

Lee Johnson named as manager of Oldham

The relegation-threatened side have turned to the rookie manager

Biffy Clyro have triumphed over bereavement and alcoholism to top the charts

Biffy Clyro on beating the booze and demons to reach number 1

After 17 years the Scots noise-merchants have triumphed over bereavement and alcoholism to top the charts. James McNair meets them

Gary Teale of St Mirren

St Mirren shock Celtic to set up cup final date with Hearts

Premier League strugglers St Mirren pulled off one of the biggest cup shocks of recent times as they beat 14-time winners Celtic 3-2 at Hampden Park to reach the Scottish Communities League Cup final in March.

No surprises in Scotland squad

Interim Scotland manager Billy Stark has named a familiar squad for next week's friendly against Luxembourg with no surprise inclusions.

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Rangers omitted from Scottish Premier League fixture list

Scottish Premier League secretary Iain Blair has confirmed Rangers were omitted from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League fixture list for the forthcoming season after an application was made to transfer their place to a newco.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will face three charges over his reaction to his team’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat

Neil Lennon concedes he must improve conduct at Celtic

Neil Lennon admits he has to improve his conduct as he gets ready for another meeting with the Scottish Football Association's judicial panel on Thursday.

Neil Lennon confronts the referee

Celtic manager Neil Lennon faces three charges

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will face three charges over his reaction to the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Hearts, the Scottish Football Association revealed today.

Scottish Premier League vote change delayed

A decision on changes to the Scottish Premier League voting structure has been delayed until April 30.

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