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Celtic manager Neil Lennon has rounded on his critics who have argued he invites trouble. (Various)

Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has hit back at Ally McCoist by hailing Celtic Park as the "biggest and best" stadium in the country. (Various)

Ally McCoist insists Rangers don't fear anyone after watching his side book their place in the Scottish Cup quarter finals. (Various)

Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine believes the pressure is on Scottish Cup opponents Celtic as they seek a league and cup double this season. (Sun)

Inverness CT boss John Hughes wants his side to emulate their success in reaching the League Cup final by doing the same in the Scottish Cup. (Various)

Celtic captain Scott Brown has been impressed by new signing Leigh Griffiths and expects the striker to hit the ground running. (Record)


Scotland's defence coach Matt Taylor will be satisfied if the heavens open above Murrayfield ahead of the Calcutta Cup clash. (Herald)

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