dglobalnews.com Liverpool to scout Celtic-Rangers derby for players
Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Liverpool to scout Celtic-Rangers derby for players

Liverpool to scout Celtic-Rangers derby for players

His time in Glasgow ended acrimoniously, so does Joey Barton REALLY mean it when he wishes Rangers well against Celtic on Sunday?

Sinclair has played a vital role for the Bhoys in his debut season at the club, bagging 18 goals across all competitions, as well as 10 assists.

Stuart Armstrong fired the Light Blues' rivals ahead just before the break but a late Clint Hill finish at the far post meant Rangers left the East End with a draw.

"I said to the players that it will need a lot of belief to come here".

Minutes later, Hill was almost the villain when he appeared to foul Leigh Griffiths in the box.

Celtic fans will enjoy this gem of a video of Caixinha, then Santos Laguna manager (Mexico), from 2015 when he congratulates his "Celtic Brothers" on their fourth successive SPL triumph...

He told Sky Sports: 'It's never nice when you concede so late.

31 workers found guilty, 117 acquitted in 2012 Manesar plant violence
Maruti shut down its Manesar plant for a month after the violence. "All I know is 117 people have been acquitted of all charges". Almost 150 workers were arrested, of whom 117 were found not guilty today of charges including criminal conspiracy and murder.

"This club has a great history and tradition and I am proud to follow in the footsteps of legendary Rangers managers like Walter Smith, Graeme Souness and Jock Wallace".

As this stat from Squawka shows, Rangers did something that no side has done at Celtic Park in over 12 hours of top-flight football.

"I was much happier with the second half".

"It's a hard environment, but two outstanding saves from Craig Gordon or it could have been more". Clearly, Dembele has the right mentality: water off a duck's back, and just gets on with it.

'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in.

However, the agreement with Al-Gharafa will allow him to watch on at Parkhead and provide some assurance to players.

"I challenged them all the way through the week saying 'You're the only group who believe in us".

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