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Locks On The Fridge & Cabinets Can’t Stop This Hungry Cow Cat

On a scale of ‘chonky boi’ to ‘oh, lawd he comin,’ Keith the Cow Cat could be most certainly classified as a ‘megachonker.’ But being chubby doesn’t stand in this cute fellow’s way. Keith is a happy cat on a veterinary diet who loves his family even if his mom...
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Dundee's Alex Jakubiak sustains dislocated shoulder in nightclub bust-up

DUNDEE striker Alex Jakubiak is facing weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a dislocated shoulder in a nightclub bust-up. The 25-year old was taken to hospital on Saturday evening after the altercation. The incident is believed to have taken place at Underground club in the city centre on Saturday evening.
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Test and Protect data concerns referred to statistics watchdog

Scottish Labour has reported the Test and Protect system’s data on coronavirus contact tracing times to the UK’s statistics watchdog. It follows a report that official figures did not include “failed” contact tracing attempts – where the Test and Protect team were not able to reach positive cases by phone.
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Ange Postecoglou provides double Celtic injury update

As Celtic continue to drop points, doubts have now risen regarding the future of Ange Postecoglou at the club. Not too long ago, the Hoops were playing a brilliant style of football under the new manager and were looking like genuine contenders for the Premiership title. That does seem like a distant memory now although it was just a little over a month ago.

Ange Postecoglou confirms major Celtic injury boost

After only managing to get a 1-1 draw against Dundee United, the pressure is now well and truly on Celtic and Ange Postecoglou to start delivering results. After seven Premiership games, the Hoops find themselves sitting in sixth position with just 10 points on the board. And it must be said that if they are to have any hope of challenging the Rangers for the title this season, they must pick up their form immediately.

Fresh Celtic update provides hope that terrible run will be over soon

There is no hiding from the fact that Celtic are in the middle of a terrible run of form at the moment. They have lost four, drawn one and won two of their last seven games. And not many would have seen this coming as it has come immediately following a brilliant run of form when they won six games on the trot, outscoring their opposition 24 to 4.
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Leigh Griffiths set for 'five match ban' after booting smoke bomb at St Johnstone fans

Leigh Griffiths is set for a five match ban after booting a smoke bomb at St Johnstone fans on Wednesday night. The Dundee striker launched the pyrotechnic device at away supporters as they celebrated their opener in the Premier Sports quarter final clash. Griffiths has since apologised but that won't...
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Liel Abada opens up on Celtic training and Glasgow life; addresses new song

Celtic winger Liel Abada has opened up on life in Glasgow as he touched on how he’s adapted to training at Lennoxtown as well as the new song fans made for him. Abada has been in fine form for the Hoops so far in his maiden campaign. He’s left a positive impression on supporters, and appears to have made the right-wing spot his own despite competition from James Forrest.
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Scottish Government provide Celtic with clarity as spot-check process explained

The Scottish Government has today confirmed that spot-checks will indeed be allowed for large events such as games at Celtic Park. Earlier this month, the Scottish Government passed legislation for the use of vaccine passports at all events from October 1st [BBC]. This allows venues to ensure that only double-vaccinated members of the public can attend their events.
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Livingston boss urges Celtic to give Ange Postecoglou his own coaching staff

Livingston manager David Martindale watched the Celtic coaching staff closely on Sunday, and believes Ange Postecoglou needs to recruit his own backroom team. Postecoglou arrived at the club in June in a shock move. However, fans raised an eyebrow when it became clear he wasn’t bringing in any new coaching staff. Instead, John Kennedy and Gavin Strachan have taken their regular places as assistant and first-team coach respectively.
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Celtic make backroom addition Ange Postecoglou wanted

Celtic need a transformation on the field as well as off it. Dom McKay’s sudden departure just a few months into his role as the club’s Chief Executive came as a massive surprise. And there are other key roles in the whole structure at Parkhead that need to be filled as well.
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Rival manager gives honest opinion on Postecoglou topic at Celtic

Livingston boss David Martindale claims he feels sorry for Ange Postecoglou after watching how the Celtic supervisor operates throughout their Premiership encounter, by way of The Scottish Sun. The Hoops misplaced 1-0 at Livi on Sunday for his or her fourth defeat of their final 5 video games throughout all...
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Revealed: How Vaccine Passports Will Work at Celtic Park

As stadiums return to maximum capacity in Scotland the government have introduced vaccine passports. In their eyes, these certificates will help to avoid the spread of COVID-19. From October 1st, spot checks will be in place around Celtic Park to ensure spectators have had both of their COVID jabs. If...