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Ronny Deila not taking title for granted
Ronny Deila not taking title for granted

Celtic manager Ronny Deila says he is taking nothing for granted despite his side opening a six point gap over rivals Aberdeen at the top of the table following a 4-0 thrashing of the Dons on Sunday.

Aberdeen can win at Celtic Park says Derek McInnes
Aberdeen can win at Celtic Park says Derek McInnes

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes his side have what it takes to claim a win against Celtic in their crucial top-of-the-table clash at Parkhead on Sunday.

Ebola cases prompt mini-quarantine in Sierra Leone capital

Sierra Leone imposed a quarantine in a fishing district of the capital city, Freetown, after at least five new Ebola cases were confirmed there, an official said today.

Celtic close gap at top with Killie win
Celtic close gap at top with Killie win

Celtic closed to within one point of Aberdeen at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a comfortable 2-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

Celtic boss not concerned at conceding title lead
Celtic boss not concerned at conceding title lead

Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists he isn`t overly concerned by his side losing their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to Aberdeen.

Celtic`s Tonev loses racism ban appeal
Celtic`s Tonev loses racism ban appeal

Celtic`s Bulgarian winger Aleksandar Tonev has lost his appeal against a seven-match suspension for racially abusing an opponent, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) announced on Tuesday.

Among football fans, Scotland referendum cuts across divide
Among football fans, Scotland referendum cuts across divide

Patrons of Glasgow`s Brazen Head Irish pub, united in support of the city`s Celtic football club, are split over an independence referendum that has cut across class, religion and even football loyalties.

Under-cooked Celtic need time, says coach Ronny Deila
Under-cooked Celtic need time, says coach Ronny Deila

Celtic manager Ronny Deila says it will take time to see the best of his side after they earned their first victory in five matches following a 2-1 defeat of Aberdeen.

Scottish Premiership: Celtic hold on for win over Dons
Scottish Premiership: Celtic hold on for win over Dons

Celtic earned their first victory in five matches as they held off a late Aberdeen surge to defeat the Dons 2-1 at Parkhead in their Scottish Premiership clash on Saturday.

Celtic striving for consistency, says Craig Gordon

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon says the Scottish champions must learn how to grind out results following a run of four matches without a win.

Campaigners hit streets to avert Scottish independence

Campaigners against independence took to the streets of Scotland's oil capital Aberdeen with just days to go to a momentous referendum, with polls showing support for the "Yes" growing and voters now almost evenly split for and against.

McIlroy suffers another Friday fright

Rory McIlroy`s Friday curse struck again as the double Major winner slumped from an overnight one-stroke lead to be trailing by six shots on day two of the Scottish Open.

England see off Scotland by 39 runs

England launched their second spell under coach Peter Moores with a ran-marred win over Scotland in the lone one-day international at Aberdeen`s Mannofield ground on Friday.

Hearts rescued from relegation by late penalty

A dramatic last-gasp Jamie Hamill penalty meant ten-men Hearts lived to limp on for another day as the Jambos sealed a 1-1 draw with high-flyers Aberdeen at Tynecastle that staves off relegation.

Ten-man Celtic suffer first league defeat of the season

Ten-man Celtic suffered their first Scottish Premier League defeat of the season on Tuesday when a 2-1 reverse at Aberdeen ended the title holders` 29-match unbeaten league run.

Forster sets Scottish record as Celtic break Hearts

Leigh Griffiths scored his first goal for Celtic and `keeper Fraser Forster set a new Scottish clean sheet record in a 2-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday.

Celtic`s hopes of repeat double ended by Aberdeen

Holders Celtic crashed out of the Scottish Cup on Saturday as Aberdeen pulled off a shock 2-1 fifth round win at Parkhead to inflict the Glasgow giants` first domestic defeat since September.

Hibs fail to stop Celtic juggernaut

The relentless Celtic march on retaining the title continued on Sunday as the Glasgow giants sealed their 11th victory in a row with three late goals in a 4-0 win over Hibernian at Easter Road.

Indian-origin UK woman gets paperwork reprieve

A fraud case against an Indian-origin woman accused of stealing more than GBP 175,000 from customers in the US was dropped due to a paperwork mistake in Britain, BBC reported.

Heathrow airport cancels 60 flights due to fog

A spokesman for Heathrow Airport said cancelling in advance helped airlines accommodate passengers on other flights.