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Scotland's most successful football club is trying to attract potential investors with an eye on someday playing in the English Premier League.

Alex McLeish: Walter Smith appointment great for Rangers

Alex McLeish has described Walter Smith's appointment to the board of Rangers as a “perfect fit”.

Celtic’s Kris Commons is tackled by Steven MacLean yesterday

Saints bring Celtic back down to earth

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Round-up: Supporters protest against Sordell following his claim of discrimination

Millwall fans displayed a banner with the words “Sordell is a c***” during yesterday's 2-1 victory over Derby in the Championship after a 13-year-old was excluded by the club for verbally abusing Marvin Sordell.

Victor Wanyama is mobbed by his Celtic team-mates

Joe Ledley warns Champions League progression far from assured despite Celtic win over Barcelona

Joe Ledley is enjoying the fall-out from Celtic's historic Champions league win over Barcelona but recognises the Hoops' place in the knockout stages is far from assured.

Victor Wanyama is mobbed by his Celtic team-mates

Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama set to top January transfer wish lists

Since he was plucked from obscurity by Celtic in 2011, Victor Wanyama has wasted no time in cementing his position near the top of many a manager's wish list. The young Kenyan has yet to fully establish himself as a household name, but last night's heroics at Celtic Park won't have done his chances any harm.

Lionel Messi is denied by Celtic

Celtic's greatest European nights

Celtic's stunning 2-1 victory over Barcelona in Glasgow will rank among the greatest ever nights for the Scottish giants. Here we take a look at some of the other famous European results in the club's history.

Victor Wanyama heads Celtic into a 21st-minute lead

Glasgow's 'New Firm' derby yields grisly spectacle with a grim moral to it

View From The Sofa: Clyde v Rangers, Sky Sports 4

Dean Shiels celebrates scoring the opening goal in Rangers’ first win on the road

Hearts warn of 'dramatic' cuts if club's share issue fails

Rangers may have finally secured a first away win in the Irn-Bru Third Division yesterday but the financial crisis in Scottish football has started to spread.

Neil Lennon's side won praise in Spain for the way they took on Barcelona

Display against Barcelona shows Celtic have finally found their fire on the biggest stage

"We played with fire but we didn't get burned" was how one popular Barcelona paper reacted to their duel with Celtic yesterday – that headline in itself is a measure of how far Neil Lennon's side have come in terms of European competition.

Jordi Alba scored a dramatic late winner for Barcelona

Match Report: Fraser Forster's heroics at the Nou Camp hold Barcelona before Jordi Alba breaks Celtic hearts

Barcelona 2 Celtic 1: Lennon’s ‘magnificent’ men cruelly denied at the death

Neil Lennon said his side's performance was 'magnificent' and added 'If we play like we did today and if we can impose ourselves on Barcelona then we will be okay.'

Celtic are 'magnificent' before trip to Nou Camp

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But the most astonishing story will always remain the fact that Fabrice Muamba ‘died’ for 78 minutes – and lived to tell the tale.

Fabrice Muamba admits watching football is difficult following retirement

Fabrice Muamba admits watching football is a frustrating experience after he was forced to retire from the game.

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 9 October 2012

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