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The German manager attempted to talk the then-16-year-old Rooney into playing for the Scots due to his grandmother's nationality

Scottish Premier League vote change delayed

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

Lennon attacks bias in media

Neil Lennon yesterday missed his weekly press conference at Celtic's training ground, ahead of tomorrow's home match against St Johnstone, and then accused the Scottish media of bias. The Celtic manager tweeted: "There seems to be no balance in the Scottish media when it comes to us."

Rangers' home ground, the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow

Kennedy out of race to buy Rangers

Brian Kennedy is no longer in the running to buy Rangers. Kennedy is understood to have been told by Duff & Phelps that his bid was too low. Kennedy said: "I was only going to get involved for the good of the club. I am glad the process is moving on and I hope the administrators go with the Paul Murray/Blue Knights bid."

Chants from Celtic fans related to the IRA

Celtic to join League One proposal denied by Football League chairman

Football League chairman Greg Clarke today ruled out any chance of Celtic joining League One or the Championship.

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

Murray bid hits 'fitness' hurdle over Rangers buyout

Former Rangers director Paul Murray stepped up his plans to launch a buyout of the beleaguered Glasgow club yesterday, amid fears that he would not be allowed to rejoin the board if his consortium succeeds.

Scottish football a laughing stock, says Gordon McQueen

Gordon McQueen insists the demise of Rangers has reduced Scottish football to a laughing stock in England.

Fans keep faith

SPL to investigate payments to Rangers players

The Scottish Premier League have launched an investigation into allegations that Rangers made undisclosed payments to players.

Kirk Broadfoot says the pressure is still on Rangers to win games

Rangers to keep battling but title dream is over, says Broadfoot

Full-back admits that even with two Old Firm games to go, Ibrox club cannot claim crown

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.

Blackpool's Matt Phillips has been called up

Scotland select England international Matt Phillips

England Under-20 international Matt Phillips and Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew have been called up for the first time by Craig Levein for Scotland's friendly international in Slovenia next week.

The SFA is focusing on making the SPL 'as financially viable as possible' to keep Rangers and Celtic in the fold

Celtic dispute Alex Salmond claim that Rangers must survive

Celtic have refuted Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond's claim that the survival of Rangers is crucial for the Parkhead side and the rest of Scottish football to prosper.

Hearts pay tax bill in full

Hearts have announced they have now paid an outstanding tax bill in full.

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

Rangers go into administration

Rangers were forced into administration today over an unpaid tax bill of £9million - accrued since Craig Whyte's takeover.

In Brief: Celtic to appeal Majstorovic red; Players support Killie manager

Celtic to appeal Majstorovic red

HMRC issues closure threat to Hearts

Heart of Midlothian were yesterday threatened with liquidation by HM Revenue & Customs, after failing to pay a tax bill.

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