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Rangers 4 – 2 Celtic: Lennon’s gamble exposed by consistent opposition

Celtic lost at Ibrox for the first time since Tony Mowbray’s reign, with Neil Lennon’s tactical tinkering trumped by Ally McCoist’s more predictable approach. The reaction to Charlie Mulgrew’s deserved red-card put an end to hopes of clawing back into … Continue reading

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Celtic 1-0 Rangers: The good, the bad and the ugly

Celtic are through to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup after a tumultuous win over Old Firm rivals Rangers at Parkhead. But the occasion was defined not by the football on show, but personal conflict, petty arguments and most … Continue reading

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Rangers 2 – 2 Celtic: Keeper mistake undermines Hoops dominance

In a weekend of astonishing UK football, the Glasgow derby did not disappoint. Filed under Old Firms that have it all, there were goals galore, a flurry of cards, wood-works, screamers, controversial decisions, the obligatory ruckus and finally entertaining pantomime. … Continue reading

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Rangers 0-2 Celtic: Smith Out-Smithed

With Celtic recently losing the initiative in the SPL title race, the most undermining criticism of Neil Lennon’s reign as Celtic manager has been: he doesn’t win the big games. But head to head against Walter Smith’s Rangers, the record … Continue reading

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Celtic 1 – 3 Rangers

Young upstart caught in old enemy’s trap Rangers came from behind to grab victory at Celtic Park, in Lennon’s first SPL defeat since taking over as manager in March this year. This away victory had all the hall-marks of the … Continue reading

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