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Jim Craig enjoyed proving his father wrong with European Cup success

Jim Craig never had to look too far to find the doubters who believed his Celtic side had no chance against the the superstars of Inter Milan.

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Jock Stein: From miner to European champion

When Jock Stein returned to manage Celtic in March 1965, the club had gone almost eight years without a trophy.

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What became of the Lisbon Lions?

Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup 50 years ago.

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Gordon Strachan wants positivity sweeping through his Scotland squad

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan sought to add more positivity to his squad to face England by including more players with the feelgood factor.

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Duo ruled out of Scotland's summer tour

Richie Gray and Sam Hidalgo-Clyne have been ruled out of Scotland's summer tour through injury.

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Inverness ask fans to remain patient as club assess next steps after relegation

Inverness have asked fans to be patient as they discuss their next steps following relegation.

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Alan Mannus signs new one-year contract with St Johnstone

Nothern Ireland goalkeeper Alan Mannus has signed a one-year contract extension with St Johnstone.

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Leigh Griffiths not under-estimating Aberdeen as Celtic close in on treble

Leigh Griffiths feels Celtic must be at their best when they go for the treble against Aberdeen.

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Celtic's route to 1967 European Cup glory in Lisbon

Thursday marks 50 years since the Lisbon Lions carved their name into footballing history by becoming the first British team to lift the European Cup.

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Inverness chairman Kenny Cameron steps down

Kenny Cameron has stepped down as Inverness chairman in the wake of their relegation.

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Motherwell open contract talks with trio and release several first-team players

Motherwell have opened contract talks with Keith Lasley, Lionel Ainsworth and Russell Griffiths while announcing the departure of eight first-team players.

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Captain Paul Quinn released by Ross County

Ross County have released club captain Paul Quinn and told Martin Woods and Ian McShane they are free to leave.

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Hartley inspired after witnessing how Celtic boss Rodgers operates up close

Former Celtic midfielder Paul Hartley admits he was blown away by Brendan Rodgers after seeing the Hoops boss up close.

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Alex McLeish urges Aberdeen to play Rangers target Ryan Jack in Cup final

Alex McLeish believes Aberdeen should have no qualms about playing Rangers target Ryan Jack in the William Hill Scottish Cup final.

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Celtic join the cast of Invincibles

Celtic ensured they went through the Ladbrokes Premiership unbeaten following a 2-0 victory over Hearts.

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5 things we learned from the final weekend of the Ladbrokes Premiership season

Brendan Rodgers' rampant Celtic completed the Ladbrokes Premiership season as unbeaten champions after seeing off Hearts 2-0 at Parkhead.

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Pedro Caixinha pledges to revive Rangers

Pedro Caixinha has vowed to do all he can to deliver a brighter future for Rangers after bringing down the curtain on their nightmare campaign.

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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes praises Scott Wright after hat-trick

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes praised the contribution of Scott Wright after the young winger notched a hat-trick on just his second competitive start for the club.

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Martin Canning glad to see Hamilton find form and fortune against Dundee

Hamilton boss Martin Canning was happy to see his side at last find fortune in the 4-0 win over Dundee which took them into the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off against Dundee United.

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Interim boss McCulloch set to discuss his Kilmarnock future with board next week

Interim Kilmarnock boss Lee McCulloch says he will sit down with the board next week to thrash out a deal to become permanent manager after seeing his side sign off their Scottish Premiership campaign with a 2-1 defeat to Ross County.

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