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'Europa exploits show Old Firm are not just flat-track bullies'
Losing just two of 12 games in two testing Europa League groups is an achievement that Celtic and Rangers can be proud of, says Tom English.
How much has Gerrard improved Rangers?
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has signed a new deal with the Scottish Premiership side. But how much have they improved during his tenure?
What awaits Celtic & Rangers in the Europa League last 32?
Who might Celtic and Rangers face in the last 32 of the Europa League? Who do they want to avoid? And how is the coefficient looking?
'If I can help one person, then I've potentially saved a life' - Sharp on cancer scare
Scottish athlete Lynsey Sharp wants to raise awareness of the importance of smear tests after surgery to remove pre-cancerous cells.
'20kg of oats, bagpipes & a wee dram' - brothers prepare to take on 3,000-mile Atlantic rowing challenge
The MacLean brothers are trying to row the Atlantic Ocean and cargo is light - food, musical instruments and whisky.
'All people see is someone thin winning, but it became a fight against anorexia'
British ultra-running champion Sophie Mullins reveals her battle with an eating disorder - and says it is important to speak out.
A Caribbean orphanage, sleeping on a floor & Kung Fu Panda - boxer McFarlane's journey to the ring
Glasgow boxer Jay McFarlane tells his story of experiencing the trauma of a Caribbean orphanage, the stress of home evictions and the highs of fighting in Madison Square Garden.
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