Celtic/Rangers News


Celtic star Marc Crosas “is not thinking about” going back to Barcelona next season, even though he has a buy-back clause in his contract.

Shunsuke Nakamura admits he could still stay at Celtic but the Japan midfielder won’t decide his future until the club’s bid for a fourth successive Scottish Premier League title is settled.

Celtic reserve striker Ben Hutchinson has pleaded with Gordon Strachan to give him the chance to answer the club’s goalscoring problems.

Hungary left-back Laszlo Bodnar claims Celtic will try to sign him this summer after failing to land the 30-year-old last month.

The Scottish Football League have confirmed that they would consider an application by Celtic to play a B team in the Third Division.

Massimo Donati believes Celtic’s bid for treble glory could lead to the first-team chance he craves at Parkhead.

Billy Mehmet grabbed a late winner as St Mirren defeated Motherwell 1-0 to set up a quarter-final meeting with Celtic in the Scottish Cup.

Shunsuke Nakamura could yet be a Celtic player next season after claiming he has yet to make a final decision over his future.

Referee Calum Murray has admitted he made a mistake in not allowing enough injury time in Sunday’s 0-0 draw between Celtic and Rangers

Celtic captain Stephen McManus insists the Old Firm derby is the same as any other game when it comes to preparation.


Walter Smith has not ruled out offering veteran defender David Weir another deal in the summer. Weir will be 39 when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Scotland manager George Burley has refused to rule out selecting Rangers’ John Fleck for this month’s World Cup qualifier against Holland.

Hamilton do not expect to face action over the incident in which Rangers defender David Weir was struck by a missile

Rangers midfielder Pedro Mendes is in line to make a rapid return from injury, having missed Saturday’s 1-0 win at Hamilton with a thigh problem.

Walter Smith has lavished praise on Billy Reid for turning Hamilton’s season around ahead of Rangers’ trip to New Douglas Park on Saturday.

Kris Boyd has told his Rangers team-mates to forget racking up another huge score against SPL form team Hamilton this weekend.

Kenny Miller believes Rangers might as well forget about winning the Scottish Premier League if they fail to beat Kilmarnock on Saturday.

Rangers’ medical staff have branded Forfar full-back Elliot Smith’s challenge on DaMarcus Beasley as a potential leg breaker.

Referee Calum Murray has admitted he made a mistake in not allowing enough injury time in Sunday’s 0-0 draw between Celtic and Rangers

Rangers forward Steven Naismith has predicted another dramatic climax to the SPL season, regardless of the outcome of Sunday’s Old Firm derby.


~ by awbroady on March 5, 2009.

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