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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes tells Rangers’ Steven Gerrard ‘Scottish football doesn’t need to be saved’

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has dismissed Steven Gerrard’s suggestion that allowing Celtic and Rangers to compete in English football could save the Scottish game...

Comment: St Johnstone are not sinning with call over Celtic and Rangers ticket allocations

St Johnstone have risked the ire of their own support by deciding to hand over three of their four stands to Celtic and Rangers fans when they visit...

The Press and Journal · Dec 30, 2019

Fraser Aird leaves Cove after gesture during Celtic v Rangers clash

Cove Rangers have said Fraser Aird will leave the club with “immediate effect” after he was caught on TV cameras making a gesture during Sunday’s Celtic-Rangers clash...

The Press and Journal · Dec 26, 2019

Dons chief Dave Cormack and Celtic boss Neil Lennon in war of words over Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove’s red card

The aftermath over Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove’s red card in the 2-1 loss at Celtic Park has continued, with Dons chairman Dave Cormack and Hoops boss Neil Lennon both hitting out in the last 24 hours...

The Press and Journal · Dec 24, 2019

Sam Cosgrove suspended for two games as Aberdeen striker’s red card against Celtic upheld

Sam Cosgrove is suspended for Aberdeen’s clash with Livingston after his red card against Celtic was upheld by the Scottish FA...

The Press and Journal · Dec 23, 2019

Aberdeen skipper Lewis: Sam Cosgrove does not deserve bad reputation

Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis is worried striker Sam Cosgrove is being given an unjust reputation after he was sent off for the second time against Celtic on Saturday...

The Press and Journal · Dec 23, 2019

McInnes says loss of Cosgrove hit Dons hard in Celtic clash

Sam Cosgrove became the first Don to score 20 goals before Christmas since Duncan Shearer in 1992 but it is doubtful he felt like celebrating the feat on Saturday...

The Press and Journal · Dec 21, 2019

Derek McInnes – Aberdeen will 100% appeal Sam Cosgrove’s red card against Celtic

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has defended striker Sam Cosgrove after his sending off at Celtic, saying the officials “have to be better”...

The Press and Journal · Dec 21, 2019

Ten man Dons beaten by Celtic in Glasgow

Sam Cosgrove scored his 20th goal of the season for Aberdeen before being sent off as the Dons were beaten 2-1 by Celtic at Celtic Park...

The Press and Journal · Dec 21, 2019

Aberdeen assistant boss not surprised at rise of Celtic talisman Ryan Christie

Ryan Christie’s rise into one of Scotland’s most productive players has come as little surprise to Tony Docherty...

The Press and Journal · Dec 21, 2019

Hoops’ form helping Henderson aim high during Staggies stint

Celtic’s all-conquering form has set a high bar for midfielder Ewan Henderson to aim for during his loan spell at Ross County...

The Press and Journal · Dec 21, 2019

Tony Docherty: Aberdeen will show Celtic respect – but we can hurt them

Aberdeen assistant boss Tony Docherty insists the Dons have to respect Celtic’s threat – but they have enough quality to hurt the league champions...

The Press and Journal · Dec 13, 2019

Celtic brought all their big guns to the Broch for lifeboat tragedy fundraising match

The impact of the Fraserburgh lifeboat tragedy in January, 1970, had an impact across the rest of Scotland...

The Press and Journal · Dec 2, 2019

Fan view: Ross County need to get a grip on goals against column

A contrast in fortunes between two clubs on different trajectories saw Celtic visit bitingly cold Dingwall...

The Press and Journal · Dec 2, 2019

Stewart feels second Ross County goal against Celtic should’ve stood

Ross County forward Ross Stewart feels he should have had more than one goal to his name from yesterday’s 4-1 loss to Celtic at Victoria Park...

The Press and Journal · Dec 2, 2019

Former Caley Thistle man Christie plays starring role as Celtic beat struggling County

Ross County’s resistance wore off as Celtic ran out comfortable winners in Dingwall...

The Press and Journal · Dec 1, 2019

Christie strikes twice as Celtic run out 4-1 winners over Ross County

Ryan Christie’s doubhle helped Celtic run out 4-1 winners over Ross County at Victoria Park...

The Press and Journal · Nov 30, 2019

Hoops have strong firepower even if Edouard misses out, says Kettlewell

Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell insists Celtic’s strength in depth is too vast for the Staggies to take any comfort if talisman Odsonne Edouard is ruled out of tomorrow’s Premiership encounter...

The Press and Journal · Nov 30, 2019

Chalmers grateful for Parkhead schooling ahead of Lennon reunion

Joe Chalmers only scratched the first team surface at boyhood heroes Celtic, but the Ross County midfielder will forever cherish his Parkhead upbringing...

The Press and Journal · Nov 29, 2019

Kettlewell wants to see Ross County spirit against Celtic

Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell feels the Staggies can regain some much-needed confidence with a spirited showing against Premiership champions Celtic in Dingwall on Sunday...

The Press and Journal · Nov 28, 2019

Comment: Sunday will not define Ross County’s season – but Staggies can still salvage pride against Celtic

With Ross County desperate for a win, it’s fair to say Sunday’s visitors Celtic are not the opponents they would have picked to face next...

The Press and Journal · Nov 28, 2019

Ross County look to salvage pride against Celtic

Ross County winger Michael Gardyne says the Staggies are intent on salvaging personal pride when they host Premiership champions Celtic on Sunday...

The Press and Journal · Nov 26, 2019

Highlands 90-year-old wants Rod Stewart to perform in special Celtic socks she has knitted for him

One of Rod Stewart’s biggest fans is hoping that her idol will don a special pair of socks she knitted for him when he plays a major show in Aberdeen next month...

The Press and Journal · Nov 23, 2019

Knox hopes Scotland have fully-fit Griffiths firing for Euro 2020 play-offs

Former Scotland assistant manager Archie Knox hopes Leigh Griffiths can regain his place in the Celtic team, and his striking form, in time to fire Scotland to the finals of the 2020 European championships...

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