Celtic Crucially Denied Stonewall Penalty Against Rangers

Mar 13, 2017, 01:06
Celtic Crucially Denied Stonewall Penalty Against Rangers

But Rangers, who had new boss Pedro Caixinha watching on from the stands, earned a point when veteran Clint Hill equalised with just three minutes remaining.

'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in.

UK: TV: Sky Sports 1. "We always anticipate a tough game and I'm sure this one will be no different", Celtic's official website quoted Rodgers as saying. "I want to thank the fans and players again because they have been fantastic for me".

Qatari side Al-Gharafa announced on their Twitter account that they had given the Portuguese coach permission to join Rangers. You get them and you don't get them.

Rangers started the better of the two teams but the champions gradually worked their way into the game and opened the scoring via Staurt Armstrong.

"I haven't had a feeling like that as a manager, not in that environment just because of everything that goes on around it; the emotion, the atmosphere, the songs and the chanting all the way through".

'It shows what they can achieve if they stay together and execute things.

"They stood up in a hard environment and managed to get something from the game".

His time in Glasgow ended acrimoniously, so does Joey Barton REALLY mean it when he wishes Rangers well against Celtic on Sunday?

Large sections of the support made comments in relation to his recent betting charge, while others looked back at his last outing against Celtic, which ended in a 5-1 defeat for Rangers.

The match was far more closely contested that some previous Old Firm games this season. I'm incredibly proud of that but I'm also incredibly thankful to them for giving me that opportunity. He said St Mirren have done that, so fair play to them. I'm a calm guy and I don't let this get in my head.