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Rumour Mill: Celtic ‘need’ centre-back and keeper | are the board fit to run Rangers? | Rodgers ‘deserves criticism’

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Kieran Tierney: Celtic will not be bullied by Motherwell

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Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon leaves the Parc Des Princes pitch after shipping seven goals to PSG. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Craig Gordon says seven-goal beating was down to quality of PSG

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The Wallabies train in the shadow of BT Murrayfield. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Skipper Michael Hooper shrugs off Wallabies’ less than ideal prep

Scotland

Graeme Murty says Rangers need to be more like PSG

Rangers

Craig Levein: There will be no January overhaul at Hearts

Hearts

Grant Gilchrist finally getting back to best after injury woes

Scotland

What the French newspapers are saying about PSG 7-1 Celtic

Celtic
Taniela Tupou, pictured with head coach Michael Cheika, could make his Australia debut on Saturday after being picked on the bench to face Scotland. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Australia name ‘Tongan Thor’ in squad face Scotland

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Comment: Time we had the facts on football-related brain injuries

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Rumour Mill: Celtic ‘need’ centre-back and keeper | are the board fit to run Rangers? | Rodgers ‘deserves criticism’

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Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon leaves the Parc Des Princes pitch after shipping seven goals to PSG. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Craig Gordon says seven-goal beating was down to quality of PSG

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Motherwell's Carl McHugh with the Betfred Cup. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Carl McHugh grateful for head gash that may have saved career

League Cup
Former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill was recently revealed to be suffering from dementia. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Comment: Time we had the facts on football-related brain injuries

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Dundee manager Neil McCann is under pressure to lift his side off the foot of the Premiership table. Picture: SNS

History against Dundee as McCann bids to end winless run

Premiership

Craig Levein: There will be no January overhaul at Hearts

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Kieran Tierney: Celtic will not be bullied by Motherwell

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Graeme Murty says Rangers need to be more like PSG

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TalkSPORT puts out bizarre Brendan Rodgers resignation poll

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Swansea v Bournemouth to be ‘designated LGBT fixture’

Football

What the French newspapers are saying about PSG 7-1 Celtic

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Duhan Van Der Merwe will make his first start for Edinburgh against Cheetahs. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS/SRU

Edinburgh hope Duhan van der Merwe’s pace can tame Cheetahs

Rugby union
Grant Gilchrist hopes to savour his first win over Australia. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Grant Gilchrist finally getting back to best after injury woes

Scotland
The Wallabies train in the shadow of BT Murrayfield. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Skipper Michael Hooper shrugs off Wallabies’ less than ideal prep

Scotland
Duhan Van Der Merwe will make his debut for Edinburgh in his homeland. Picture: SNS Group

Richard Cockerill rings changes for Edinburgh’s clash with Cheetahs

Rugby union

University groundsmen - Australia rugby row has ‘damaged our reputation’

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Australia name ‘Tongan Thor’ in squad face Scotland

Scotland

Grant Gilchrist raring to go against Australia

Scotland

Australia fume after pitch mix-up disrupts training session

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Jana Novotna poses with the trophy after winning the 1998 Wimbledon Championships. Picture: Alex Livesey /Allsport

Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna dies aged 49

Tennis
Grigor Dimitrov celebrates winning the ATP Finals by kissing the trophy at the O2 arena in London. Picture: Adam Davy/PA

Grigor Dimitrov clinches ATP Finals title

Tennis
Ivan Lendls response to Andy Murrays back surgery was believed to be less than sympathetic.  Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

Delgado the man for Murray again

Tennis
Andy Murray, right, has ended his coaching arrangement with Ivan Lendl.  Picture: PA

Andy Murray splits with coach Ivan Lendl for second time

Tennis
Jamie Murray, right, and Bruno Soares celebrate at the end of the victory over Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo which put them into the last four. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares into doubles semis at ATP Finals

Tennis
Sir Andy Murray flanked by his brother Jamie, right, and Roger Federer. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray Live charity event doubles money raised in second year

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Scottish tennis ace Andy Murray. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray shines a light on digital health

Business

Three of world’s top 10 caught out by 4am fire alarm

Tennis

New kids on the block lack the Big Four’s X factor

Tennis

Roger Federer impressed by Andy Murray’s fitness progress

Tennis

Leon Smith: Andy Murray knows not to hurry return from injury

Tennis
Matthew Fitzpatrick of England tees off during the first round of the Hong Kong Open. Picture: Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images

Matt Fitzpatrick on track to recover from Dubai disappointment

Golf
Tommy Fleetwood of England and Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain launch the 2018 Road To Dubai ahead of UBS Hong Kong Open. Picture: Arep Kulal/Getty Images

No rest for Tommy Fleetwood as new season starts in Hong Kong

Golf
Bradley Neil goes into his first European Tour event with backing from Graham Environmental Services.

Bradley Neil tips young Scottish pros to make breakthrough

Golf
Connor Syme finished in the top 15 at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Picture: John Stewart.

Martin Dempster: Keep hopes for Neil and Syme in perspective

Golf

Tommy Fleetwood a worthy European No 1

Golf

Eleanor Cannon taking steps in right direction

Golf

Tommy Fleetwood crowned European No1 as Justin Rose falters

Golf

Justin Rose in pole position to be Eurpean No.1 again

Golf
Team Scotland skip Kyle Smith.
 Picture: John Devlin

Kyle Smith’s Scotland in final after thrilling win over Switzerland

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Australia fielder Cameron Bancroft dives for a shot by England batsman James Vince. Picture: Patrick Hamilton/AFP/Getty Images

James Vince vindicates selection with riposte to Aussie critics

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Kirsty Gilmour celebrates her win over Delphine Lansac of France at the Scottish Open Grand Prix at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow. Picture: Lorraine Hill

Kirsty Gilmour up and running with solid win at Scottish Open

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Kieran Merrilees in action during his first round game against Karan Rajan Rajarajan of India at the Scottish Open Grand Prix in Glasgow. Picture: Lorraine Hill

Home hope Kieran Merrilees in early exit at Scottish Open

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Eve Muirhead leads Scotland into European curling semis

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Batsmen hold the key to intriguing Ashes series

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Deaths of three fans at Scot motor rally may have been avoided

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Jake Ball ready to deliver for England after speedy recovery

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Former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill was recently revealed to be suffering from dementia. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Comment: Time we had the facts on football-related brain injuries

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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and his side have achieved what they set out to do without any extra help in defence. Picture: PA

Why Celtic’s centre-back ‘problem’ has been massively overblown

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Celtic's Moussa Dembele duels for possession with Marquinhos of PSG at the Parc des Prices last night. Picture: Getty.

Andrew Smith: Celtic’s Dembele and Ntcham can hold heads high

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