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  •   Deila: Officials not to blame 1 hour ago - Sky Sports
    Celtic manager Ronny Deila refused to blame the match officials for his side's defeat to Dundee United and instead demanded his side sharpen up both in defence and in front of goal.
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  •   Deila: Officials not to blame 1 hour ago - Sky Sports
    Celtic manager Ronny Deila refused to blame the match officials for his side’s defeat to Dundee United and instead demanded his side sharpen up both in defence and in front of goal.
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  •   Title tilt a tall order - McNamara 2 hours ago - BBC
    Dundee United's Jackie McNamara and Celtic;s Ronny Deila react to the league leaders' 2-1 defeat at Tannadice.
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  •   United hold on to take victory 3 hours ago - Sky Sports
    Dundee United earned a 2-1 victory over Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic on a day when the visitors will feel aggrieved by the result.
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  •   Graham hopes to extend run 4 hours ago - Sky Sports
    Match-winner Brian Graham insists St Johnstone can extend their winning run after their controversial 1-0 victory over 10-man Inverness CT.
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  •   Baraclough relief at Motherwell win 22 hours ago - BBC
    Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough and St Mirren caretaker boss Gary Teale react to Well's 1-0 win in Paisley.
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  •   Dons deserved winners - McInnes 22 hours ago - BBC
    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and Kilmarnock counterpart Allan Johnston react to the Dons' 1-0 win at Pittodrie.
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  •   Baraclough hails Motherwell spirit 23 hours ago - Sky Sports
    Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough was delighted to get his reign at Fir Park off to a winning start as his side defeated 10-man St Mirren 1-0.
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  •   Hughes refuses to blame ref 23 hours ago - Sky Sports
    Inverness manager John Hughes refused to criticise referee Brian Colvin for awarding St Johnstone the penalty that won them the game at McDiarmid Park.
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  •   Aberdeen delight McInnes 23 hours ago - Sky Sports
    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was pleased with his side’s second-half performance in their 1-0 win over Kilmarnock.
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  •   Graham earns St Johnstone win 1 day ago - Sky Sports
    Brian Graham scored a penalty to give St Johnstone a 1-0 win over 10-man Inverness at McDiarmid Park.
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  •   Pawlett puts Aberdeen second 1 day ago - Sky Sports
    Aberdeen climbed to second place in the Scottish Premiership standings on the back of their third successive victory, courtesy of Peter Pawlett's predatory finish.
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  •   Van Dijk, il gigante che sfiderà l’Inter 1 day ago - Corriere dello Sport
    /calcio/talent_scout/2014/12/20-388942/Van+Dijk%2C+il+gigante+che+sfider%C3%A0+l%E2%80%99Inter?rssimage Olandese, difensore centrale, è alto un metro e 93, ha 23 anni e gioca nel Celtic, che affronterà la squadra di Mancini nei sedicesimi di Europa League (il 19 febbraio l’andata a Glasgow).
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  •   Baraclough makes winning start 1 day ago - Sky Sports
    Ian Baraclough won his first game in charge as Motherwell manager with a 1-0 victory over 10-man St Mirren at St Mirren Park.
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  •   Ross County fall to Hamilton 1 day ago - Sky Sports
    Former Ross County player Martin Canning came back to haunt his old side as his early goal helped Hamilton earn a 1-0 win at Victoria Park.
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  •   Deila heaps praise on United 1 day ago - Sky Sports
    Celtic boss Ronny Deila has praised Dundee United for maintaining their standards despite selling their star players.
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  •   Buddies hope fan zone heralds change 1 day ago - BBC
    St Mirren hope a fans' initiative at Saturday's game versus Motherwell helps bring changes to Scottish football's alcohol ban.
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  •   Dundee United v Celtic 1 day ago - BBC
    Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Scottish Premiership game between Dundee United and Celtic.
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