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Brendan Rodgers: Celtic weren’t brave enough

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Hibs boss Neil Lennon. Picture: SNS Group

Hibs playing three times at Ibrox would be unfair say Lennon

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Aleksandr Kokorin celebrates scoring Celtic's third. Picture: AP

Zenit 3-0 Celtic (3-1 agg): Rodgers’ men crash out of Europe

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Hearts' Steven Naismith hopes to be fit to face Rangers. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Rangers flak won’t faze Steven Naismith, says Craig Levein

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Gavin Hastings: ‘Beating England is as tough as it’s always been’

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Queen’s Park survival key to Hampden’s potential sale to SFA

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Winter Olympics: Tears of 2014 will motivate Eve Muirhead

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Scotland v England: The interesting origins of the Calcutta Cup

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Ross McCrorie to miss Old Firm amid reports of extended injury lay-off

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Why the glass ceiling is getting lower for Celtic in Europe

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Zenit's Aleksandr Kokorin celebrates scoring his side's third goal as Mikael Lustig and Celtic keeper Dorus De Vries are left stranded. Picture: AP.

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic weren’t brave enough

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In pictures: How the Celtic players rated in their defeat to Zenit

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Hibs boss Neil Lennon. Picture: SNS Group

Hibs playing three times at Ibrox would be unfair say Lennon

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Hearts' Steven Naismith hopes to be fit to face Rangers. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Rangers flak won’t faze Steven Naismith, says Craig Levein

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Hampden Park, which the SFA could look to buy from Queen's Park. Picture: John Devlin

Queen’s Park survival key to Hampden’s potential sale to SFA

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The Celtic midfield, including Callum McGregor, could not replicate their first leg performance. Picture: AFP/Getty

Five things we learned from Zenit 3 - 0 Celtic

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Celtic's Dorus de Vries is beaten as Zenit's Branislav Ivanovic opens the scoring. Picture: Pavel Golovkin/AP

Why the glass ceiling is getting lower for Celtic in Europe

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Zenit 3-0 Celtic (3-1 agg): Rodgers’ men crash out of Europe

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Why Kamberi & Maclaren are a better strike-partnership than Murray & Stokes

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Ross McCrorie to miss Old Firm amid reports of extended injury lay-off

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Scotland v England: The interesting origins of the Calcutta Cup

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Scotland v England: Where to watch | kick-off time | who is the referee? | team line-ups

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Gavin Hastings and Tony Stanger celebrate Scotland's 'Grand Slam victory in March1990. Picture: Scotsman Publications

Gavin Hastings: ‘Beating England is as tough as it’s always been’

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Six Nations: Eddie Jones announces England squad to face Scotland

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Matt Scott returns to Edinburgh after penning two-year deal

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Sarah Bonar back in Scotland XV to face England at Scotstoun

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Courtney Lawes warns England not to let Finn Russell get his confidence up

Six Nations
Roger Federer reacts after beating Italy's Andreas Seppi during their semi-final at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. Picture: Koen Suyk/AFP/Getty Images

New world No.1 Roger Federer sets up Dutch final v Dimitrov

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Roger Federer during his match against Robin Haase. Picture: AFP/Getty

Roger Federer becomes oldest World No.1 in tennis history

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British Cameron Norrie returns the ball to Spain�s Spain's Albert Ramos during the first round of the Davis Cup tennis match between Spain and Great Britain at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella, on February 04, 2018.  / AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERREROJORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images

Cameron Norrie provides silver lining in Britain’s Davis Cup defeat

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Cameron Norrie shows his delight after defeating Roberto Bautista-Agut to level Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against Spain. Picture: AFP/Getty.

Cameron Norrie outfights Bautista-Agut to level Davis Cup tie

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It's all too much for Roger Federer as he breaks down with emotion during the presentation ceremony following his victory over Marin Cilic. Pkicture: Getty.

Roger Federer in tears after claiming his 20th grand slam

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Roger Federer kisses the winner's trophy after beating Croatia's Marin Cilic in their men's singles final. Picture: AFP/Getty

Australian Open final: Roger Federer wins 20th grand slam title

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Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki holds her trophy after defeating Romania's Simona Halep in the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne. Picture: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki wins first grand slam title

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Australian Open: Aidan McHugh’s title hopes ended by Chun Hsin Tseng

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Beaten Kyle Edmund believes he can now mix it with the best

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Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki to clash in Aussie final

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Australian Open: Kyle Edmund’s run ends in semi-final defeat

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Connor Syme qualified for last year's Open Championship before going on to win his European Tour card. Picture: Ian Rutherford

No shortage of inspiration for young Scottish golfers, says Stuart Clayton

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Paul Lawrie waits to putt during the first round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in Doha. Picture: Getty Images

Paul Lawrie off to another good start in Qatar

Golf
Rory McIlroy is feeling good about his game heading into this week's Honda Classic in Florida. Picture: Getty Images

Pre-Masters win not vital, says Rory McIlroy

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Paul Lawrie during the pro-am ahead of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha Golf Club. Picture: Tom Dulat/Getty Images

Paul Lawrie looking to shine again in Qatar Masters

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Scottish Golf loses its performance director

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New world handicap system for golf in 2020

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Tiger Woods named as vice captain for Ryder Cup in France

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9 of Scotland's most underrated golf courses

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Elise Christie is still determined to win an Olympic medal in short track. Picture: PA.

Elise Christie may add long track in last throw of Olympic dice

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Great Britain skip Eve Muirhead is bidding to emulate Rhona Martin, whose rink won gold in 2002. Picture: PA.

Winter Olympics: Tears of 2014 will motivate Eve Muirhead

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Eve Muirhead's curlers are the last medal hope for Great Britain. Picture: PA

Winter Olympics: Eve Muirhead relaxed despite medal pressure

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Kyle Smith looks on in the match with Switxerland at the Gangneung Curling Centre. Picture: Getty images

Winter Olympics: Men rue missed opportunities in curling play-off loss

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Winter Olympics: Team GB women eye curling medal but men face play-off

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Guy Learmonth injury means he’ll make brother’s wedding after all

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Laura Muir leads 8-strong Scots contingent at world indoors

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Kyle Smith silences doubters as GB men justify selection

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In pictures: How the Celtic players rated in their defeat to Zenit

Celtic
The Celtic midfield, including Callum McGregor, could not replicate their first leg performance. Picture: AFP/Getty

Five things we learned from Zenit 3 - 0 Celtic

Celtic
Celtic's Dorus de Vries is beaten as Zenit's Branislav Ivanovic opens the scoring. Picture: Pavel Golovkin/AP

Why the glass ceiling is getting lower for Celtic in Europe

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