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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Super Caley too strong for brave Sevco

Super Caley too strong for brave Sevco

Third Division leaders Sevco crashed out of the League Cup after being beaten 3-0 at Ibrox by Inverness Caley Thistle. The SFL new boys had no answer to the class of the highland giants who were in control from the...read more »

Lennon: Watt is the perfect foil for Hooper

Lennon: Watt is the perfect foil for Hooper

Neil Lennon highlighted the display of Tony Watt following the 5-0 win over St Johnstone in the League Cup. The 18-year-old has been called into action a number of times this season and has earned the trust and respect of...read more »

Lord Hodge very concerned by Rangers liquidation

Lord Hodge very concerned by Rangers liquidation

Lord Hodge declared that he was 'very concerned' by allegations made about the conduct of Duff & Phelps as the administration of Rangers was brought to an end with liquidators appointed. Claims made by Craig Whyte about a conflict...read more »

Di Canio explains gesture at Villa fans

Di Canio explains gesture at Villa fans

Paolo di Canio has explained his actions after gesturing to Aston Villa supporters after watching Swindon lose 3-2 to the Premiership side in the Capital One Cup. After applauding the backing of his own fans the Italian gestured to the...read more »

Mowbray ko’s O’Neill from Capital One Cup

Mowbray ko’s O’Neill from Capital One Cup

Martin O'Neill was dejected last night as Tony Mowbray's Middlesbrough dumped Sunderland out of the Capital One Cup. A first half strike from Scott McDonald settled the issue as Sunderland's poor start to the season continued. The excitement of O'Neill's arrival...read more »

Lennon: That’s our marker

Lennon: That’s our marker

Neil Lennon wants last night's demolition of St Johnstone to be the bench mark for Celtic's season. Saturday's 2-0 defeat from Kilmarnock hurt and puzzled the Celtic boss who had watched his side push Barcelona all the way just four...read more »

Daily Record slowly shines spotlight onto David Murray

Daily Record slowly shines spotlight onto David Murray

The Daily Record has turned  attention onto David Murray as liquidators BDO move in to uncover the circumstances that led to administration and  the liquidation of Rangers. Earlier this year Murray claimed that he had been duped into selling the...read more »

Lennon demands Champions League levels

Lennon demands Champions League levels

Neil Lennon has demanded that his players deliver Champions League performances domestically. The Celtic boss is still hurting from Saturday's defeat to Kilmarnock and the earlier memory of a 2-1 defeat at St Johnstone. An eery Celtic Park awaits the...read more »

Green: I’ve got 10,000 fans pledging over £1,000 each

Green: I’ve got 10,000 fans pledging over £1,000 each

Charles Green believes that his Rangers share issue is on course to be a runaway success. Despite the bleak economic climate and uncertainty over a number of key issues at Ibrox Green believes that he has over 10,000 fans ready...read more »

Kamenar debuts as Celtic beat Dunfermline

Kamenar debuts as Celtic beat Dunfermline

Jack Kirwan’s first goal of the season earned Celtic full points against a dogged Dunfermline at Firhill. Shortly after replacing Denny Johnstone Kirwan raced onto a free kick from Bahrudin Atajic and stroked the ball low past keeper Hrivnak to give the...read more »

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