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Rangers Must Use Platform to Break Celtic’s Stranglehold
By S Douglas |

Rangers’ return to the Scottish Premiership came one season later than initially expected of the club, as they rose through the lower divisions with relative ease. Mark Warburton’s men returned to the top flight this term after two seasons in the Championship and their comeback is most welcome to provide serious competition for rivals Celtic in the [Read more]

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Betfred Cup Semi Final Preview
By J Bleasdale |

THE penultimate round of the first major tournament of the season takes place this weekend as the remaining four teams in this campaigns Betfred League Cup do battle for a place in November’s Final. There are two intriguing games in prospect for different reasons taking place at Hampden this weekend. Firstly, Championship side Morton, participating [Read more]

What Celtic need to do to avoid Champions League humiliation!
By J Bleasdale |

AFTER a two year absence, Celtic were included in yesterday’s Champions League draw where they learned their group stage opponents. The Hoops reward for overcoming Israeli outfit Hapoel Beer Sheeva was being placed in Group C alongside German side Borussia Moenchengladbach, Premier League mercenaries Manchester City and the familiar face of Barcelona, whom they’ve met on [Read more]

And then there were two! Another mixed bag for Scottish clubs in Europe
By J Bleasdale |

THIS weeks report card of Scottish clubs in Europe once again produced mixed results in the Second Qualifying stages of the Champions League and Europa League respectively. Celtic and Aberdeen advanced as expected, with the Champions making amends for last weeks freak result by turning over Lincoln Red Imps 3-0 and the Dons producing a [Read more]

Will Celtic win the League and Cup double this season?
By d murray |

The Brendan Rodgers era didn’t get off to the best of starts as Celtic fell 1-0 to Lincoln Red Imps but the Scottish side quickly made up for the defeat as they secured a comfortable 3-0 victory in the second leg to secure their place in the next round of qualifying for the Champions League. [Read more]

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Could Rangers pip Celtic to the Scottish Premiership title next season?
By S Douglas |

After four difficult years, Rangers are back in the Scottish Premiership and that means two things. Firstly, Scottish football gets a huge boost and should attract more media attention in 2016-17 – if nothing else, Rangers’ return to the top flight should mean that the division is a lot more competitive next season. But secondly – [Read more]

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The Greatest Nights In Scottish Football
By S Douglas |

With few exceptions, success in football is difficult to sustain, and even the most prestigious clubs and national teams in history have their down periods. And even though it might feel like Scotland has always been a second-tier (or lower, depending on who you ask) footballing nation, it’s important to remember that things haven’t always [Read more]

S4E42 Play offs and cup final preview
By C Adey |

As has been mentioned on the podcast before, we are officially in the business end of the season. When the going gets tough, the tough get up and leave, and that means Greig and Krys. Greig is off helping Ian Baraclough with his homework prior to the play off final, and Krys is dropped for [Read more]

S4E32 Celtic Diddy Cup Winners
By C Adey |

Krys gets another shot of hosting so he can bask in the glory of his team’s triumph in capturing the first domestic honours of the season. But being the humble kind, he immediately hands over to this week’s guests John and Greig so they can talk about their teams’ Friday night battle in the Premiership. [Read more]

Europa League preview: Celtic v Inter Milan
By C Adey |

It’s a game which is certain to evoke memories of the 1967 European Cup final when Celtic take on Inter Milan in the last 32 of the Europa League. The famous Lisbon Lions became the first British club to win the European Cup when second-half goals from Tommy Gemmell and Stevie Chalmers earned Jock Stein’s [Read more]