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

Neil Lennon enjoys Celtic's titletriumph

Lennon needs to spend if Celtic are to make progress in Europe, says Lisbon Lion Auld

Celtic manager Neil Lennon needs to recruit someone in his own image for next season's assault on Europe, according to the Lisbon Lion Bertie Auld.

Georgios Samaras (right) scored Celtic’s opening goal yesterday

Johan Mjallby sets target with Celtic a point from title

Celtic moved to within a point of clinching the Scottish Premier League title yesterday, after beating St Johnstone 2-0. According to the assistant manager, Johan Mjallby, they hope to eclipse last season's points tally of 92.

Victor Wanyama is comforted by Neil Lennon after losing the Scottish League Cup final

Wanyama: Celtic must atone for final loss in derby

The Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama is eager to quickly erase the memory of the club's Hampden Park cup final defeat to Kilmarnock, beginning with Sunday's Old Firm derby against Rangers.

Liam Kelly of Kilmarnock celebrates with Paul Hieffernan after beating Celtic 1-0

Celtic offer condolences to Kilmarnock midfielder Liam Kelly after father dies at cup final

Celtic have offered their condolences to the family of Kilmarnock midfielder Liam Kelly after his father died at the end of yesterday's Scottish Communities League Cup final.

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Rangers administrators delay redundancies decision

Rangers administrators Duff and Phelps have postponed any final decisions on redundancies until early next week.

Rangers’ Sone Aluko celebrates scoring in the rout of Inverness

Rangers' rout restores battered pride

Ally McCoist, the Rangers manager, spoke of his immense pride in his players after their 4-1 victory at Inverness yesterday.

Fans keep faith

Administrators call on support of Rangers fans

Rangers' administrators have told fans their continued backing is crucial in helping to secure the club's future.

Aaron Hughes returns to Northern Ireland squad

Michael O'Neill named his first Northern Ireland squad this morning, with former captain Aaron Hughes the standout name in a party of 24 having been persuaded to reverse his retirement.

Rangers owner Craig Whyte confident accounts are in order

Rangers owner Craig Whyte is "100% confident" administrators will prove that all money that has come in and gone out of the club during his tenure has been properly accounted for.

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

Rangers administrators meet with sports minister

The administrators of Rangers today held talks with the Scottish Government as they began the process of trying to sort the club's finances.

Lennon is looking for his Celtic side to make amends for their capitulation at Ibrox earlier in the season

Lennon calls for improvement from Celtic

Neil Lennon is looking for his Celtic side to make amends for their capitulation at Ibrox earlier in the season when Rangers visit Parkhead on Wednesday night.

Feathers may well fly if Celtic manager is successful in signing former Rangers striker Kris Boyd

Lennon: I am interested in signing Boyd

Celtic manager confirms former Rangers striker could be heading across Glasgow

Forrest pair leads Celtic out of wood

Hibernian 1 Celtic 4

David Goodwillie delight at Blackburn switch

David Goodwillie is looking forward to playing a big part in an "exciting" period for Blackburn after sealing a move to the Barclays Premier League yesterday.

Willie Fernie: Footballer whose beguiling skills earned him the sobriquet 'Scotland's Stanley Matthews'

Conjure an image of a typical top-quality Scottish inside-forward – a breed which proliferated in the two decades after the Second World War but now, sadly, seems all but extinct – and Celtic's Willie Fernie springs irresistibly to mind. Quick and clever, an inspired dribbler blessed with the most beguiling of body-swerves, the elegant Fifer with the loping stride was an instinctive finder and exploiter of space, a perceptive passer and a beautifully balanced athlete.

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