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Celtic star Kieran Tierney must impose his game on Arjen Robben in Bayern Munich clash - Owen Hargreaves

Owen Hargreaves was a Bayern Munich rookie when he picked the pocket of the world’s most expensive player and knew then he’d arrived on the Champions League stage.

And that’s why he’s told Celtic starlet Kieran Tierney to impose his game on Arjen Robben rather than worry about what ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes would be perfect for Scotland job but he's too young to take it just now

Allan McGraw insists Derek McInnes would be perfect for Scotland but has warned his old pupil the national team would be wrong for him just now.

The Aberdeen boss is fancied by bookies to succeed Gordon Strachan but McGraw says he has plenty to achieve at club level before considering ...

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Rangers tried to sign me before Battle of Britain says former Leeds United man Tony Dorigo

Tony Dorigo would have lined up for Rangers in their Battle of Britain showdown with Leeds United if Graeme Souness had got his wish.

The Ibrox boss had tried to sign the Australian-born England international full back, who was then at Chelsea, in a swap deal for midfielder Derek ...

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Pedro Caixinha insists Rangers striker Kenny Miller has been injured after player's agent blasted club

Pedro Caixinha has insisted Rangers striker Kenny Miller has been injured after the player's agent slammed the club on social media.

The veteran's representative launched an impassioned defence of the player on Instagram following his omission from the last two Gers squads and blasted ...

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Rangers hero Jorg Albertz insists Celtic face no challenge in Scotland and move to England would be a good thing

Former Rangers star Jorg Albertz has insisted Celtic face no competition in Scotland and a move to the English Premier League would be good for the Parkhead club.

The German, who became a firm fans' favourite during his five seasons with the Ibrox side, believes a move to England would ...

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Rangers fan Jim White in Celtic scarf vow

Sky Sports News presenter Jim White has vowed to wear a Celtic scarf during the Champions League blockbuster against Bayern Munich tomorrow.

And the Rangers-supporting veteran broadcaster says he will even post a picture on Twitter to show his backing for the Scottish ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Police patrols stepped up in East Kilbride as sex beast is hunted

East Kilbride ’s police chief moved to allay fears yesterday after a young woman was sexually assaulted close to a primary school.

A police manhunt was launched at the weekend after a 22-year-old lone female was attacked in a tunnel in The Murray in the early hours of the ...

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Kids look on as woman attacks another parent outside Wishaw primary school

Terrified kids looked on in shock as a woman attacked another parent outside a Wishaw primary school.

The incident took place as pupils at St Ignatius Primary School were leaving for the October week holidays on Friday.

One parent, who witnessed the attack, recalled seeing a woman ...

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Glasgow building destroyed overnight after Storm Ophelia batters Scotland with heavy rain and 70mph gales

The front of a Glasgow tenement collapsed overnight as Scotland was battered by Storm Ophelia.

The block in the south side of Glasgow, which was earmarked for partial demolition, came down at about 4am on Tuesday as the storm passed over from Ireland.

Emergency services rushed to the ...

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Neighbour from hell sentenced after targeting young couple with bigoted sectarian rants

A bigot convicted of shouting sectarian abuse inside his own home was ordered to do community service yesterday.

Neighbour from hell Thomas Wright, 46, behaved in a threatening and abusive manner and yelled sectarian remarks, a court was told.

Kaitlyn Fletcher and her partner Amy ...

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'Quids in!' Shops in line for £30m cash boost as deadline to spend old pound coin looms

Shops and charities are in line for a £30million cash bonanza amid a scramble to spend the last remaining round pound coins before they go out of circulation.

The old coin ceases to be legal tender at 11.59pm tonight, with businesses under no obligation to accept them from then ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
You've been sticking plasters on the wrong way your whole life - here's how to do it right

Next time you get a minor cut, remember this neat trick to keep that plaster in place for longer.

Plasters are a simple way to stop bleeding and protect a cut from infection, but they are not much good if they won't stay on.

Well, it turns out we've been using them all wrong - the ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
You've been sticking plasters on the wrong way your whole life - here's how to do it right

Next time you get a minor cut, remember this neat trick to keep that plaster in place for longer.

Plasters are a simple way to stop bleeding and protect a cut from infection, but they are not much good if they won't stay on.

Well, it turns out we've been using them all wrong - the ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
UFO expert calls in cops after his criticism of other enthusiasts' theories sparked threats

A UFO fan has called in police after he was threatened over claims another enthusiast lied about one of the UK’s most famous close encounters.

Scots researcher James Welsh, 44, received online hate messages, allegedly made by former US serviceman Lawrence Warren. The New Yorker wrote ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
'All I want for Christmas is to be free of pain' NHS blunders leave crippled mum in agony for 14 months

A young mum has been waiting for treatment to a crippling back injury for more than a year.

Her appointments have been repeatedly cancelled and her hope of enjoying a pain-free Christmas with her two-year-old daughter seem increasingly remote.

Kellyanne Brown, 34, from Summerston, ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Our politicians have to leave their bubble to face the real world

Angus Robertson gave the most remarkable of speeches when he addressed the SNP ’s conference last week.

He detailed a decade of SNP election successes while neglecting to mention he lost his own seat in June’s general election.

Robertson also promised a second independence ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Brexit pressure on Theresa May as rebels threaten to back opposition to prevent 'No deal'

Theresa May is facing a rebellion from Tory MPs who are willing to join Labour and the SNP to stop Britain leaving the EU with no deal.

The rebels are in talks with the opposition to prevent Britain crashing out of Europe with no agreement on trade, citizens’ rights or the Northern ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Scottish Labour party in racism row as opponents of Anas Sarwar spark fury with complaints over 'Asian sounding names'

Scottish Labour’s leadership campaign is mired in a racism row after opponents of Anas Sarwar claimed people with “Asian sounding names” were joining the party to back him.

Former deputy leader Sarwar would be the first Muslim leader of any mainstream UK political party if he wins ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
If you’re shocked at the behaviour of men in the world’s heartbeat of glitz and glamour then you’ve never looked past your own nose at home

Clutch your pearls, Hollywood movie mogul tries to uses his wealth and status to get women.

Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn’t. Sometimes the behaviour was criminal, often immoral, always unequal.

If you’re shocked at the behaviour of men in the world’s heartbeat of glitz ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
Ruth Davidson to appear on celebrity edition of Great British Bake Off

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson is to appear on a celebrity episode of the Great British Bake Off .

The MSP will take part in a charity special of the Channel 4 programme later this year to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer, the party has confirmed.

Davidson was previously a ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new
How a friendship phone app for mums helped put homeless teen and her baby on the right track

As a homeless teenage mum struggling to cope after the birth of her son, Abby Allen thought she had no one.

She was just 15 when she fell pregnant. She was forced to leave the island of Barra, where she had grown up, and find somewhere to stay.

Soon, she was seeking shelter in ...

2017-10-18 08:37 open_in_new