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Scottish transfer news and gossip: Rangers to miss out on Liverpool starlet Harry Wilson, Rodgers warns Celtic stars

Scottish transfer news and gossip: Rangers to miss out on Liverpool starlet Harry Wilson, Rodgers warns Celtic stars

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Here’s a round-up all the top Scottish transfer-related gossip and news from Sunday’s newspapers and online…Rangers are set to miss out on signing Harry Wilson, the Liverpool starlet, as he looks likely to join Frank Lampard’s Derby County. (Scottish Sun) Harry Wilson is set to join Derby on loan Brendan Rodgers has warned his Celtic players that they will be banished from training if they put on two-and-a-half kilos of extra weight. (Daily Record) Swansea are interested in signing Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna for £2million. (Scottish Sun) PAPER TALK Scottish gossip: Dembele could make Celtic £60m, Rangers scrap for World Cup ace ...
Rockies, Rangers look for elusive series win

Rockies, Rangers look for elusive series win

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Not much has gone right for Texas in the past week, but three things that the Rangers have been lacking aligned on Saturday to allow them to earn a 5-2 victory over Colorado that snapped a season-long seven-game losing streak. First the Rangers got excellent starting pitching from Mike Minor. Then they forged a five-run rally in the seventh and eighth inning -- with Adrian Beltre's triple in the latter the coup de gras -- to sweep to the lead. And lastly, Texas closer Keone Kela earned his 15th save in 15 chances to cement the win for the Rangers. It was Texas first home win since June 6 against Oakland and the Rangers' 12th come-from-behind victory of the season, nine of which have come in their final at-bat. Both teams have a chance to garner a much-needed series win when they concl...
Gerrard has put Scottish game back on map – former Rangers boss McCoist

Gerrard has put Scottish game back on map – former Rangers boss McCoist

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Media playback is not supported on this device Rangers' appointment of Steven Gerrard as their new manager has "put Scottish football back on the map", says former Ibrox boss Ally McCoist.The former Liverpool captain has agreed a four-year deal to take over in June.Gerrard, 37, made 710 appearances and won nine trophies for Liverpool over 19 years and earned 114 England caps. "It's magic for Scottish football," McCoist told BBC Radio 5 live. "A global name like Steven Gerrard will create interest throughout the world."Gerrard, who replaces interim manager Graeme Murty at the Scottish Premiership club, was greeted at Ibrox by a sizeable crowd and described his decision to accept Rangers' offer as "a no-brainer".He said he would need to ge...
Former England captain Gerrard to be named Rangers manager

Former England captain Gerrard to be named Rangers manager

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Steven Gerrard will be announced as Rangers' new manager on Friday afternoon.The former Liverpool midfielder, 37, will replace Graeme Murty, who was placed in interim charge following the October sacking of Pedro Caixinha.Gerrard, who leaves his role as a youth coach at Anfield to move north, captained the Reds and England during a glittering playing career.He made 710 appearances and won nine trophies for Liverpool over 19 years.He also won 114 England caps and captained the national team at three of the six major tournaments at which he played. Gerrard retired in 2016 and joined the youth set-up at Anfield after rejecting an offer to become manager of MK Dons.Read more: 'Glasgow isn't a city where you can sit pretty and develop - it's either triumph or disaster'Let's block ads! (Why?) B...
Celtic win seventh title in row by thrashing Rangers – videos & report

Celtic win seventh title in row by thrashing Rangers – videos & report

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Media playback is not supported on this device Celtic secured their seventh consecutive Premiership title with a chastening defeat of Old Firm rivals Rangers.The defending champions needed to win at Celtic Park to retain their crown, and they swept the visitors aside.Odsonne Edouard, with two, and James Forrest established a comfortable half-time lead.Tom Rogic and Callum McGregor rounded off the scoring after the break as Celtic confirmed their dominance.Rangers goalkeeper Jak Alnwick made three excellent second-half saves to prevent the scoreline becoming even more galling for the Ibrox side Media playback is not supported on this device The victory leaves Celtic on the brink of the h...