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

Rangers handed late gift by Clancy

Rangers 2 Kilmarnock 1

Bartley keeps Rangers in striking range of leaders

St Mirren 0 Rangers 1

Lennon slams sloppy Celtic after unbeaten run comes to an end

Neil Lennon, the Celtic manager, condemned his team after their 2-0 defeat at Motherwell led to their lead at the top of the table being reduced to five points after Rangers' 4-0 home victory over St Johnstone.

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Francis Jeffers, who has just joined his ninth club in 10 years – Motherwell – has to go down as one of the great lost hopes of English football.

Deadline day deals and timeline

The A-Z of this month's transfer window deals

SPL bullish over new structure

Scottish football faces major changes with an SPL statement released yesterday announcing that there was "broad support" for restructuring proposals.

SPL announce 'broad support' for 10-team format

The Scottish Premier League have announced "broad support" for a 10-team Premiership and a 12-team Championship to be introduced as part of a revamp of Scottish Football.

Old Firm set for Ibrox Cup showdown

Rangers and Celtic will meet each other at Ibrox in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup. The Old Firm rivals were paired together in yesterday's draw at Hampden with the match due to be played on 5 or 6 February.

Rangers will continue to thrive if Miller leaves Ibrox, says Edu

Maurice Edu insists Rangers have already shown they can survive the loss of a top goalscorer and still deliver the goods. And the midfielder believes that will be the case again if Kenny Miller opts to quit the Scottish champions, either this month or when his contract expires in the summer.

Kilmarnock's 'big' scorer Sammon main threat to cup hope for Gers

Rangers assistant manager Ally McCoist has targeted Conor Sammon as Kilmarnock's danger man in next Monday night's Scottish Cup fourth-round meeting at Ibrox.

Hooper's rapid return adds to Celtic good news

Celtic striker Gary Hooper is on course for a sooner-than-expected return to training following his ankle injury.

Celtic signing Freddie Ljungberg could face Rangers

Paddy McCourt hopes Celtic can fill the void created by captain Scott Brown's absence in Sunday's Old Firm derby at Ibrox - and the man to fill the gap could be Freddie Ljungberg.

Lennon believes Celtic can recover

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is optimistic his team can turn around their recent indifferent sequence of results - starting against St Johnstone tomorrow.

Hooper injury blow for Celtic

Celtic striker Gary Hooper has not broken his leg but he could still face six weeks on the sidelines.

Naismith signs new Rangers deal

Steven Naismith has handed Rangers a boost by signing a new deal, the club has confirmed.

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