Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hopes his side can finish their unsuccessful Champions League campaign "on a high".
JURGEN KLOPP is gearing up for a winner takes all tussle on THREE fronts.
Mark Warburton said Rangers had been "more than irked" by criticism they had received before beating Aberdeen.
Hearts want Austin MacPhee to work alongside Ian Cathro in a radical new managerial set-up at Tynecastle.
AS CELTIC sleepwalked through the Ronny Deila years, Dermot Desmond’s appearances at Parkhead were infrequent.
The spoils of success for Brendan Rodgers last week included being wined and dined at a three-hour lunch at a top London restaurant… on the tab of Dermot Desmond. “Great boss,” the Celtic manager joked the other day of the club’s largest single shareholder.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton believes his players delivered the perfect riposte to their critics with the 2-1 victory over Aberdeen at Ibrox which lifted them back into second place in the Premiership table.
Brendan Rodgers and Mark McGhee traded insults and accusations after a touchline spat involving Celtic assistant Chris Davies at the conclusion of the the Scottish champions’ epic 4-3 win over Motherwell at Fir Park.