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Brendan Rodgers coy about taking over 'iconic' Celtic

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is getting hitched for a second time.
Brendan Rodgers called Celtic 'one of the great iconic clubs in the world.'

Brendan Rodgers has described the Celtic managerial vacancy as an opportunity for someone to go to one of the world's iconic clubs after declaring himself ready to return to management.

The former Liverpool manager has been listed among the bookmakers' favourites for the task of succeeding Ronny Deila when the Norwegian steps down at the end of the season.

When the prospect of taking over at Parkhead was put to him, the Northern Irishman told Sky Sports: "Well, it's an incredible club, a club that...

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Celtic put only two players on PFA Scotland team of the year

Leigh Griffiths is one of only two players from Celtic named to the Premiership team of the year.

Dundee and Aberdeen both have more players in the PFA Scotland team of the year than Celtic.

Only Kieran Tierney and Leigh Griffiths have made the Premiership XI from the defending champions.

Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain joins player-of-the-year candidates Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings among the Dens Park ranks.

Aberdeen provide the entire three-man midfield through Graeme Shinnie, Jonny Hayes and Kenny McLean plus defender Shay Logan.

The centre-backs come from Hearts (Alim Ozturk) and Ross County...

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David Moyes to decide future in summer amid Celtic talk

David Moyes was sacked as Manchester United manager in 2014.

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has said Celtic are "a great club" after they confirmed that Ronny Deila will leave at the end of the season.

Days of increasing speculation about the Norwegian's future, following the penalty shootout defeat to Old Firm rivals Rangers in Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup semifinal, led to a statement being released on Celtic's official website which revealed Deila was to depart.

Moyes, who was installed by bookmakers as favourite for the job, was non-committal...