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Scott Allan (left) is just one of the enigmatic individuals in Celtic manager Ronny Deila's squad

Stuart Bathgate: Deila must carry the can for Celtic players' underachievement

Ghent's Daniel Milicevic pulled off a wonderfully worked free-kick against Lyon

Hugh MacDonald: Why bend it like Beckham when you can scheme like Strachan?

Is time running out for Celtic manager Ronny Deila?

Sports Comment: Should Celtic boss Ronny Deila pay the price for European failure?

Spiers on Sport: Ajax in Glasgow is the moment for Deila to finally prove himself

Spiers on Sport: Ajax in Glasgow is the moment for Deila to finally prove himself

A granpa' in action - Lisbon Lion Jim Craig in his heyday

Kevin Ferrie: Reaction to James Craig’s bipolar relevation shows lessons are being learned

Tyson Fury has reignited interest in the heavyweight division

Susan Egelstaff: Tyson Fury offers refreshing change to bland, media-trained athletes

England coach Eddie Jones has a big task on his hands at Twickenham. Picture: PA

Stuart Bathgate: Why the 2016 Six Nations should be the best for decades

Tough school: Bradley Neil was one of eight Scots who failed to pass the European Tour's Qualifying School test (Picture: Getty)

Nick Rodger: This golfing generation game has a few missing links

Andy Murray, of Scotland and Great Britain, with Davis Cup captain Leon Smith. Picture: PA

Stewart Fisher: Scottish? British? Global? It doesn't matter so long as you find a way to make yourself a success

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill

Matthew Lindsay: Martin O'Neill a hero again... normal service is resumed

Dani Lopez (right) has been accused of spitting on an opponent

Billy Dodds: Spitting is still one of the worst things in the game

Zaire goalkeeper Muamba Kazadi gathers the ball at the feet of Denis Law at the 1974 World Cup finals

Hugh MacDonald: My 10-pint plan for Scottish football

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola

Gabriele Marcotti: Bayern Munich should save the Pep talk for when Guardiola's ready

Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell faced questions today at the club's AGM. Picture: SNS

Stewart Fisher: We are all stakeholders in the future of Scottish football. No wonder we all feel powerless and angry

Hibernian's Jason Cummings opens the scoring in his team's win over Rangers at the start of the month. Picture: SNS

Stuart Bathgate: Toughest challenge awaits for Championship's leading pair

Sebastian Coe - a President fit to lead the good fight or just a man who would be King?

Kevin Ferrie: Why insularity must be avoided when addressing globally significant issues

Arsene Wenger: "To think we in football are just immune because we are football players is absolutely wrong"

Susan Egelstaff: It is a myth that sports such as football are immune to the threat of doping

Repair job: Keith Pelley, the European Tour chief executive, may have antagonised major backers, BMW (Picture: Getty)

Nick Rodger: European Tour chief doesn't want to bite the hand that feeds him

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Gary Keown: Sport has stood up to extremism in the past and will do so again

Reaction to Gordon Strachan's call for change has been too focused on football

Kevin Ferrie: Strachan needs youngsters to play other sports if he is to save Scottish football

Getting a kicking . . . Daniel Hestad scores at Parkhead as Molde complete a Europa League double over Celtic.

Matthew Lindsay: Ronny Deila's men need to start winning matches in Europe before playing the 'Celtic way'

Star Attraction: Rory McIlroy can become Europe's No 1 in Dubai this week (Picture: Reuters)

Nick Rodger: Less could be more for the European Tour

Gordon Strachan right to call for a return of winning mentality

Billy Dodds: Forget pro-youth - we need to get back to basics

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Gabriele Marcotti: When it comes to doping, football most likely has a clean bill of health

Scottish football is as successful in Europe as Betamax

Hugh MacDonald: 'Scotland never does performance-enhancing drugs. We content ourselves with performance-diminishing drugs'

Statement of intent: Dave King has come out firing as the debate over the possible stripping of Rangers' titles has resurfaced.

Graeme McGarry: King told Rangers fans what they wanted to hear but he won't end debate

IAAF president Sebastian Coe

Susan Egelstaff: Lord Coe must go if athletics is to heal

Peak season: Packed stands at the Open during July's championship at St Andrews (Picture: SNS)

Nick Rodger: Summer football? That should be out of bounds

There has been an almighty outpouring of feeling since last week’s Court of Session ruling on Rangers FC's use of EBTs

Spiers on Sport: Scottish football has become a cesspit of venom and hate

GLARE OF THE SPOTLIGHT: David Moyes' failure to speak Spanish remains a sore point as Real Sociedad fans dissect his year in charge of their team

Gary Keown: The sad truth of David Moyes' wasted opportunity in San Sebastian

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan at Hampden during the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland last month.

Matthew Lindsay: Scotland boss Gordon Strachan can transform our national game - by focusing on youth

Braehead Clan's crowds have soared in recent years with families. Picture: Al Goold (www.algooldphoto.com)

Scott Mullen: Will our weans be lost to Scottish football?

Lynsey Sharp was denied her podium moment

Doug Gillon: Athletes betrayed by the very body they counted on to protect them

Rangers fans protested outside the Ibrox megastore before the Championship game with Alloa on Saturday

Rangers fans rage against the Sports Direct machine - but can the Ibrox club break free and prosper?

Neil Lennon was regularly abused by fans

Sport Comment: Why do we act as we do at football games?

Prize guy: Russell Knox cradles the WGC HSBC Champions trophy after his victory at the weekend (Picture: Getty)

Fair weather golfer? Russell Knox reaping rewards of the American dream

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Billy Dodds: Celtic will be a wounded beast today but we know what they're capable of

Lester Piggott takes Desert Orchid round the parade ring at Wincanton

Hugh MacDonald: Lester Piggott and my granny were kindred spirits

NEW YORK STATE OF MIND: Finishing Sunday's race in Central Park will have been the end of an emotional journey for most.

Gary Keown: How the things you hate about yourself can be healed by a love of the marathon

TV cameras bringing footage to our screens from Scotland is a rare thing these days

Scott Mullen: Sportscene a real turn off after latest slap in the face

David Murray will go to his grave nursing sorrow over what befell the old Rangers

Spiers on Sport: The truth hurts, but not as much as the damage done

Tiger troubles: Tiger Woods has been sidelined again following further surgery on his back (Picture: PA)

The only certainty is the uncertainty in this Tiger tale

Hibs could close the gap at the top to five points if they beat Rangers today

Billy Dodds: Hibs won't get a better chance to beat Rangers than today

Celtic manager Ronny Deila during the Premiership game against Aberdeen at Parkhead on Saturday.

You're wrong, Ronny ... staying in Europe is vital to your future at Celtic

Lord Colin Moynihan wants legislation in place by the time London hosts the 2017 World Athletics Championships

Lord Colin Moynihan is slow off the mark with plan to criminalise use of performance-enhancing drugs

Five-A-Side Bible gives an insight into what fives once were

No high fives... just a drawing of a line in the middle of the hall and hounds of war let loose

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Martina Hingis' $1.5m comeback can only be judged as huge success

St Mirren manager Ian Murray. Picture: SNS

"The job is far bigger than people perceive" - Graham Spiers interviews Ian Murray

Ibrox could host top-flight football next season - but how much will the landscape have really changed?

Rangers' implosion was meant to alter the face of Scottish football forever - but how much has really changed?

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Billy Dodds: It doesn't matter if Ronny Deila was right or wrong - Kris Commons can't react like that


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