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Celtic coach John Kennedy shows his skills as Celtic train ahead of their clash with Barcelona. Picture: SNS.

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Hibs are hopeful of landing Israeli international goalkeeper Ofir Marciano on loan. Picture: Getty Images

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Jordan Rossiter made his debut for Rangers against Stranraer in the Betfred Cup. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Jordan Rossiter aims to give mentor Brendan Rodgers a lesson

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Celtic's Leonardo Fasan (left) gives skipper Scott Brown a neck rub during training ahead of the game against Barcelona. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Celtic’s John Kennedy forced to defend Barca friendly

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Celtic coach John Kennedy shows his skills as Celtic train ahead of their clash with Barcelona. Picture: SNS.

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Ex-Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty charged over betting misconduct

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Rangers fan jailed for 4 months following Scottish Cup Final chaos

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Former England and Harlequins No 8 Nick Easter has called time on his playing days at the age of 37. Picture: PA

Nick Easter quits playing to focus on coaching role

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Kyle Edmund celebrates victory with members of the GB team after his singles win put them into the Davis Cup semi-finals. Picture: Getty

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Henrik Stenson lines up a putt during the second round of the US PGA Championship. Picture: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

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Drumoig's Connor Syme is through to the last four at Royal Aberdeen. Picture: Kenny Smith

Top seed through but title holder crashes out at Royal Aberdeen

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Scots team-mates to clash at Scottish Amateur Championship

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Graeme Robertson hopes he’s secured Scotland spot

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Jim Watt, a respected ringside television analyst for 35 years, has decided to hang up his microphone at the age of 68. Picture: SNS

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Englands Old Trafford hero Joe Root paid a visit to his old stamping ground, Sheffield Collegiate CC, to meet his ex-team-mates. Picture: Getty

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