With tension high in Glasgow following the recent Old Firm derbies, Samuel Luckhurst looks at the situation with one eye on next week’s League Cup Final.
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Ross Dunbar reminisces about Rangers’ European success in 1972, and their defeat of Sporting Lisbon before they face each other tonight in the Europa League.
After a scintillating meeting in the Scottish Cup at the beginning of the month, Celtic and Rangers look horns in a battle for three important points this Sunday.
Scootish football has been dominated by talk of a strike by the league’s referees but there has been some action on the field as well, as Jody Moylan reports.
Celtic were less than impressive in their 1-0 win over St. Mirren at the weekend, but a defeat for leaders Rangers sees the gap between first and second in the SPL reduced to just one point.
The Scottish Premier League doesn’t get the coverage it deserves here at BackPageFootball.com, but that’s all about to change with regular reports from Jody Moylan, starting with this week’s action.
In the latest instalment of Cult Heroes, Robbie Deighan looks at a man who enjoyed a solid if rather controversial career in both Scotland and England.
Gareth Bale was the star of the show as Spurs beat Inter Milan at White Hart Lane, and Ger McCarthy rounds up that game as well as the rest of Tuesday’s action in the Champions League.
It’s Gameday 4 in the Champions League and Ger McCarthy is here to preview Tuesday night’s big games involving Inter Milan, Manchester United and Barcelona amongst others.
Robbie Keane has almost seen it all. Playing in hostile environments for the likes of Leeds, Spurs, Liverpool and indeed Ireland means he should be prepared for anything football can throw at him. Ibrox is not the most welcoming of places at the best of times. Come 12.30 today, Keane will experience his first old […]