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

No need for break, says SPL chief

Doncaster insists recent weather-ruined schedule is no reason to change calendar

Bougherra to miss derby as Miller lifts Rangers

Walter Smith, the Rangers manager, does not expect to have Madjid Bougherra available for this week's Old Firm derby despite reports to the contrary.

Hearts come back to beat 10-man Celtic

Ismael Bouzid's dramatic second-half winner completed Heart of Midlothian's comeback against 10-man Celtic in an enthralling SPL game at Tynecastle yesterday. The visitors took the lead through Georgios Samaras after 21 minutes and looked in for a comfortable afternoon.

League round-up: Thomas the engine of Albion's charge

West Bromwich Albion powered back to the top of the Championship with a clinical 4-1 defeat of Bristol City at the Hawthorns. First-half goals via Jerome Thomas's solo run and shot and Chris Brunt's fifth of the season put Albion in charge. Two minutes after the break Louis Carey fired into his own net, and Simon Cox added the fourth in the next minute.

Collins joins Scotland contenders

Former Hibs manager touts interest as SFA begin search for next manager

Levein front-runner as Scots sack Burley

Dundee United manager hotly tipped as 22-month reign comes to an end

Souness not in running for Scotland job

Graeme Souness has ruled himself out of the running to replace George Burley as Scotland manager.

What happened to Old Trafford's first superstar Sandy Turnbull?

He was a Manchester United legend, the first man to score a goal at Old Trafford. But it is the mystery of his death during the First World War that fascinates us today

Showman Samaras keeps Celtic sizzling

Celtic 3 Kilmarnock 0

Norman Baker: You Ask The Questions

The Liberal Democrat Transport Spokesman answers your questions, such as 'Are you a conspiracy theorist?' and 'Who has the best ties in Westminster?'

McCulloch eyes derby to lift Rangers

Lee McCulloch believes the Old Firm derby has come at the right time for Rangers – despite admitting to concerns about their inability to score.

Novo sees red over Rangers' expulsions

Nacho Novo believes Rangers have been suffering at the hands of referees for the last few years, and not just this season.

Smith confronts barracker as Gers escape

Kilmarnock 0 Rangers 0

Boyd still refuses to play for Burley

Kris Boyd today revealed he would rather spend another two years in the international wilderness than play under George Burley.

Acrobatic McGregor saves Rangers' day

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