CELTIC boss Ronny Deila heads for the Scottish Cup semi vowing he will never use success to demand bigger budget
Manager Derek McInnes is thrilled to secure European football for Aberdeen before the Scottish Premiership split.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes applauded his players for securing European football before the Scottish Premiership split after a 1-0 win over Dundee United saw the Dons move five points behind leaders Celtic.
ADAM ROONEY’S 27th goal of the season allowed 10-man Aberdeen to maintain their slim Scottish Premiership title hopes with a 1-0 victory over Dundee United.
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• Manager Ronny Deila fears ‘biggest opponent is ourselves’ • Celtic face Inverness in semi-final at Hampden Park • League Cup winners favourites to lift Premiership title Ronny Deila is preparing for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Inverness believing that Celtic themselves provide th
Adam Rooney gives Aberdeen victory over Dundee United and moves the Dons to within five points of league leaders Celtic.
Ronny Deila believes that Celtic can be their own biggest opponents and has called for his players to keep their mind “on the right things” as they prepare for the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Inverness.