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Celtic manager Ronny Deila celebrates as his side go ahead against Qarabag

Deila: Ross County our bread and butter

Celtic manager Ronny Deila prepares for the start of the new season at Lennoxtown this week.

New recruits make Ronny Deila's Celtic an even safer bet to win the Ladbrokes Premiership this season

07/06/15 DYSLEXIA SCOTLAND JUNIOR CUP FINAL.AUCHINLECK V MUSSELBURGH (2-1).RUGBY PARK - KILMARNOCK.Musselburgh Athletic's Steven Thomson (right) is challenged from Mark Thomas Campbell.. (33632270)

Juniors: Veterans Mark Campbell and Martin McGoldrick on the comeback trail to break into Talbot's defensive fortress

Scott Allan of Hibs before the Rangers game at Easter Road on Saturday

Rangers legend urges Ibrox club ditch bid for Hibs star Scott Allan - and land him for nothing in January

Celtic's Dedryck Boyata celebrates his winning goal against Qarabag

Davie Hay: Champions League progression firmly in the balance for Celtic

Too close to call ... the Scott Allan transfer saga between Rangers and Hibs will rumble on throughout next week

Rangers legend predicts holding on to Scott Allan could derail Hibs bid to land the Championship

Up for the cup: Gus MacPherson is back in League Cup action this weekend after winning in the Petrofac Cup last Saturday.

Life's not a beach for McPherson as player's holiday plans disrupt pre-season

30/07/15  .  HAMPDEN - GLASGOW  .  Celtic and Republic of Ireland goalkeeping icon Pat Bonner visits Hampden to preview the new campaign. (33752156)

Pat Bonnar: Craig Gordon's refused to let his career die...now he's the perfect goalkeeper for Celtic

30/07/15  .  HAMPDEN - GLASGOW  .  Former Rangers striker and Scottish FA Chief executive Gordon Smith visits Hampden to preview the new campaign. (33752250)

Hibs are right to dig their heels in with Scott Allan over Rangers transfer stand-off, says former Ibrox star Gordon Smith

Determined: Accies new-boy Gramoz Kurtaj is out to make a name for himself in the Premiership.

New Hamilton star Kurtaj: I'm not the new Andreu

The big kick-off: Our team look over the runners and riders for the start of the new Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership

The big kick-off: Our team look over the runners and riders for the start of the new Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership

Optimistic: Clyde manager Barry Ferguson is hoping for a good season from the Bully Wee

Ferguson looking at positives ahead of Livi re-match

Sitting pretty: Lydia Ko, the world No 2, is one shot off the lead at the Women's British Open (Picture: PA)

Green for Ko as Lydia hits route 66 in Women's British Open

Aberdeen Football Club, Thursday, 16th April 2015..Press Conference at Aberdeen FC ahead of match against Dundee United on Saturday 18th April 2015...Pictured is: Kenny McLean..Picture by Michal Wachucik/Newsline Media.. (23433924)

Derek McInnes confident Aberdeen will go through despite 2-1 first leg Europa League defeat to Kairat Almaty

David Wachman-trained Legatissimo is fancied to win the Qatar Nassau Stakes

Up for the Cup with Ruwaiyan at Goodwood

02/07/15.GARSCUBE.New Partick signing David Amoo (left) is glad to have joined manager Alan Archibald's Firhill side.. (33700765)

Archibald hopes Firhill mean machine can hit top gear

Notes for fans, results and fixtures

Local hero Richie Ramsay shows granite toughness to progress to second round of Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay in Aberdeen

25/07/15 PETROFAC TRAINING CUP FIRST ROUND .  ST MIRREN V BERWICK RANGERS (1-3) .  ST MIRREN PARK - PAISLEY .  St Mirren manager Ian Murray (left) stands alongside Berwick player/manager Colin Cameron.. (33171192)

Exclusive: Ian Murray reckons Championship rivals Hibs should sell Scott Allan to Rangers

Richie Ramsay would welcome the introduction of floodlit golf courses and mixed team events

Richie Ramsay urges fore-ward thinking from European Tour

Craig Paterson (on ground) watches his header nestle in the back of the net for Rangers' winning goal against Osasuna in the Uefa Cup first round, first leg at Ibrox in 1985

NOW YOU KNOW: Rangers made early Uefa Cup exit with Osasuna reverse

Ronny Deila congratulates Leigh Griffiths who had been suffering from toothache in the lead-up to the clash with Qarabag

Celtic boss Ronny Deila has faith in his Bhoys

New Zealander John Hardie has forced his way into Vern Cotter's Scotland World Cup squad

Greig Laidlaw: Scotland entitled to bend the rules to bring in imports like Kiwi John Hardie

Tom Walsh promotes the Rangers Youth Development Company at Murray Park

Exclusive: Walsh wowed by Warburton's Rangers blue print

ON THE LOOKOUT: Mark Warburton (left) is always looking to strengthen the playing squad at Rangers and is not against shaking up the coaching staff too

Rangers boss Mark Warburton insists the hunt for new faces extends to coaches as well as players

ON HIS WAY: Angel di Maria is close to leaving Manchester United for Paris St Germain

Angel Di Maria close to joining PSG after French side's US win over Manchester United

Steven Lawless is set to be a key player for Partick Thistle this season

Steven Lawless eager to hit the ground running for Partick Thistle

Four investors will no longer be able to vote in company matters at Ibrox

Rangers ban mystery shareholder votes

25/07/15 PETROFAC TRAINING CUP FIRST ROUND .  HIBERNIAN V RANGERS (2-6) .  EASTER ROAD - EDINBURGH .  Hibernian's Scott Allan (left) speaks with Rangers' Andy Halliday.. (33320881)

Billy Stark backs former player Scott Allan to shine if he seals switch from Hibs to Rangers

Martyn Waghorn scored twice for Rangers at Easter Road on Saturday

Double delight for Rangers recruit Waghorn

Rangers manager Mark Warburton saw his side beat Hibs 6-2 on Saturday

Warburton ready for game five in Rangers build-up

Rangers manager Mark Warburton salutes the away fans after his side's 6-2 win at Easter Road

Date set for Rangers cup clash

Hibernian have rejected two bids for midfielder Scott Allan from Rangers

Hibs call for fans calm after Allan web abuse

Scott Allan was a second half substitute during Hibs' Petrofac Training Cup defeat to Rangers on Saturday

Hibs insists they won't budge in Rangers' swoop for Allan

Dave King launched Rangers' season ticket sales last month at Ibrox

King insists board have played their part in Rangers rebuild

Andy Halliday celebrates his strike for Rangers at Easter Road

Warburton delight for Rangers hero Halliday

Mark Warburton remains in the market for reinforcements to his Rangers squad

Rangers linked with Bees star Diagouraga

Park's of Hamilton will again provide the team bus for Rangers

Park's of Hamilton's contract 'reinstated' at Rangers

Scott Allan started on the bench for Hibs as they lost 6-2 to Rangers on Saturday

Allan hands in transfer request amid Rangers interest

Dave King launched Rangers' season ticket sales drive last month

Rangers break through 30,000 season ticket sales barrier

Mark Warburton saw Rangers paired with Ayr United in the Petrofac Training Cup second round draw at Hampden

Warburton confident Rangers rebuilding job is on course for completion

Barrie McKay has started Rangers' fixtures against Burnley and Hibernian in recent days

Warburton hopes McKay can make Rangers impact

NOT GUILTY: UK Athletics

UK Athletics find no evidence of wrongdoing by Mo Farah in doping probe

ON THE MOVE: John McGinn is close to agreeing a deal with Hibernian following his departure from St Mirren

John McGinn set to sign for Hibernian

Mark Warburton won the first competitive match of his Rangers reign at Hibs ... and the manager wants to taste victory every time his team crosses the white line

Mark Warburton is in it to win it at Rangers

RING REUNION: Anthony Crolla (left) will go back head-to-head with Darleys Perez (right) later this year

Boxing: Anthony Crolla awarded rematch against Darleys Perez

FRENCH TOAST: Stewart Regan believes Michel Platini would represent a safe pair of hands for FIFA

SFA chief Regan: Michel Platini is a good choice to lead FIFA

UNDER FIRE: Michel Platini (right) has been branded incapable of bringing about the change that football's world governing body needs

Michel Platini branded "a product of the system" by FIFA presidential rival

Holding court: Dame Laura Davies speaks ahead of this week's Ricoh Women's British Open at Turnberry

English great Davies hoping Turnberry hasn't been Trumped for future Women's Opens

02/05/15 SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE.MORTON v PETERHEAD (3-1).CAPPIELOW - GREENOCK.Morton's Lee Kilday (left) is tackled by Steven Noble. (33624022)

League is the priority for Morton, says Lee Kilday after Petrofac Training Cup exit to Dumbarton

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