Neil Lennon described some of his players as "weak" and lacking "bravery" after Celtic's Champions League campaign ended in jolting fashion with a comprehensive 6-1 defeat by Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
Sandy Easdale has consolidated the Rangers International Football Club shareholding for which he controls the voting rights, as the two sides continue to campaign for representation on the board ahead of the annual meeting.
Phil Jones' second-half winner brought David Moyes some blessed relief and ensured Manchester United's tortuous week ended with the knowledge they will be guaranteed a seeding for the Champions League knockout round draw.
STRANGE that, with his side top of the Primera Division and probably about to clinch top spot in their Champions League group as well, Gerardo Martino finds himself under a little bit of pressure after his first few months at Barcelona.
Neil Lennon admits the suspension of unruly Celtic supporters was inevitable following the trouble at last Friday night's Scottish Premiership game against Motherwell at Fir Park but offered a robust defence of the Hoops support as a whole.
THE recent prevalence of flares and fireworks has coincided with a realisation from Celtic Football Club that a safe distance must be observed when dealing with a group that has become increasingly troublesome, even incendiary.
Frank McKeown was the centre of attention before this game, a film unit from Al Jazeera having turned up at Stair Park to discuss the firefighter's heroics at the Clutha Vaults before the initial tie, and the Stranraer captain continued to hog the limelight with a goal as Stranraer came from behind to book a home tie against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.