Scottish Football News

Aberdeen: Derek McInnes expects to face Celtic's strongest side


Derek McInnes says Aberdeen always face a Celtic “at full tilt” when the sides lock horns on domestic duty. The Dons will be aiming for a first victory against the Premiership leaders in 10 attempts when they meet at Pittodrie on Sunday. “Celtic treat the games the way they should be treated – they’re normally at full tilt in terms ...

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Saturday's Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen


<!– FOOTBALL GOSSIP Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers wants his players to banish their Europa League disappointment by securing back-to-back domestic trebles. Rodgers is also keen to agree a new long-term deal with Tom Rogic, amid reports in Australia that the playmaker wants to move when his current deal expires in 15 months. (Daily Record)[1] Graeme Murty has challenged his Rangers ...

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Livingston v Dundee United


BBC coverage How to follow: Watch on BBC Alba; listen on BBC Radio Scotland Line-ups[1] Live Text[2] Line-ups Livingston 1Alexander 31Gallagher 26Halkett 4Lithgow 23De Vita 8Pittman 6Byrne 17Robinson 11Cadden 18Miller 9Hardie Substitutes 2McMillan 3Longridge 5Buchanan 7Mullin 10Boyd 14Jacobs 20Maley Dundee Utd 25Lewis 2Murdoch 4Durnan 3Scobbie 17Robson 16Flood 24Gillespie 11King 12Stanton 58Lyng 8McDonald Substitutes 5Quinn 7McMullan 9Mikkelsen 15Slater 21Mehmet 28Smith 32Mason ...

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Can Aberdeen avoid a ninth straight defeat against Celtic in two seasons on Sunday?


Aberdeen have been Celtic’s closest challengers in the Scottish Premiership for the past three seasons. But since manager Brendan Rodgers took over at Celtic, the Dons have failed to lay a glove on the champions, losing all eight of their matches – six in the league, plus both domestic cup finals last season. Will Sunday’s meeting at Pittodrie (13:30 KO) ...

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Rangers and Fraserburgh cleared over cup game tickets


Rangers and Fraserburgh FC have been cleared of any rule breach by the Scottish FA after fans were shut out of a Scottish Cup game. Fraserburgh launched an investigation[1] into whether fans had entered the away section of Bellslea Park for the match using counterfeit tickets. About 150 supporters were shut out. The SFA said: “Upon examining matters, the compliance ...

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Friday's Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Europa League, Rangers


<!– FOOTBALL GOSSIP Brendan Rodgers admits Celtic lacked belief and courage as they crashed out of the Europa League against Zenit St Petersburg. “We were much better than them in the first leg and, if we had played with a little bit more courage and belief, we could maybe have got a result,” he said. (Daily Record)[1] Rangers must seize ...

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