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CelticCeltic
St MirrenSt Mirren
4
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KilmarnockKilmarnock
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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1
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Dundee UnitedDundee United
AberdeenAberdeen
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2
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Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
DundeeDundee
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1
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Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
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4
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MotherwellMotherwell
Ross CountyRoss County
2
2
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St MirrenSt Mirren
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
0
1
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AberdeenAberdeen
Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
3
0
FT
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
KilmarnockKilmarnock
1
1
FT
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DundeeDundee
Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
1
2
FT
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MotherwellMotherwell
CelticCeltic
0
1
FT
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Ross CountyRoss County
Dundee UnitedDundee United
2
3
FT
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CelticCeltic
Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
1
0
FT
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
AberdeenAberdeen
0
1
FT
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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
Ross CountyRoss County
2
1
FT
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Dundee UnitedDundee United
KilmarnockKilmarnock
3
1
FT
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Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
MotherwellMotherwell
3
1
FT
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Ally McCoist to continue as Rangers' boss despite handing in resignation

Ally McCoist's salary has actually increased since he resigned.

Ally McCoist will continue as Rangers manager for the time being following his first meeting with the Rangers directors since he handed in his resignation.

McCoist held talks with directors in Glasgow on Wednesday afternoon but the club confirmed to Press Association Sport that he would continue preparing as normal for their Scottish Championship fixture against Livingston on Saturday.

The meeting came hours after Rangers confirmed they were fighting attempts by the Scottish Professional Football...

 By PA Sport

Tribunal upholds ban on Celtic's Aleksandar Tonev over racist abuse

Aleksandar Tonev
The tribunal accused Toney of giving 'an inherently improbable account.'

A Scottish Football Association (SFA) tribunal has thrown out Celtic winger Aleksandar Tonev's appeal against a seven-match ban for using racist language.

On-loan Aston Villa winger Tonev was banned by an SFA panel over an incident involving Aberdeen full back Shay Logan in September.

The SFA has published the report of both the panels that examined the case, which Celtic said last month they...

Celtic charged by UEFA over crowd disorder at Dinamo Zagreb

ESPN FC's Craig Burley joins Alexis Nunes to discuss the Europa League draw and which British sides need to take this competition seriously.

UEFA has opened a disciplinary case against Celtic after crowd disorder at a Europa League match against Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia last week.

Celtic fans set off fireworks and clashed with riot police during a 4-3 loss on Thursday.

In a statement, UEFA confirmed that the charge is based on an alleged breach of article 16 (2) (h) of its disciplinary regulations, which reads: "All associations and clubs are liable for the following inappropriate behaviour on the part of their supporters and may be subject...

Celtic 4-1 St Mirren

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St MirrenSt Mirren
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Scott Brown scored an early double as Celtic moved six points clear in the Scottish Premiership with a dominant 4-1 victory over bottom club St Mirren.

Brown opened the scoring in the fourth minute and put Celtic 3-1 up inside 18 minutes after goals from Sean Kelly and James Forrest.

Saints had other chances in an eventful opening spell but Celtic took complete control after Brown's second and it became a matter of how many they would score.

Despite creating numerous chances they only managed one more,...

Kilmarnock 0-1 St Johnstone

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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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A late penalty from Brian Graham gave St Johnstone three points and allowed the visitors to climb above Kilmarnock and reach sixth place in the Scottish Premiership.

The result was cruel on Kilmarnock who were searching for their first home win since October and pressed forward from the start.

The key moment came in the 82nd minute when Michael O'Halloran went down in the penalty area. Referee Don Robertson pointed straight to the spot, allowing Graham to thrash his kick down the middle for the winning...