If you've ever wanted to see Hibernian striker Jason Cummings strip down to his underpants and grapple like his very life depends on it, then this one's for you.
With his slightly suspect wrestling moniker scrawled across his bare chest, 'Cum Dog' taped himself up, stuffed his trunks accordingly and went striding into the arena as hisfearsome entrance music (Like A Prayer by Madonna) blared out from his stereo.
Kolo Toure is a one-man maverick this we know. He walks to the beat of his own drum, hacks down the Arsenal royalty he wants to hack down, and bloody well answers the questions he wants to answer during his press conferences.
To that end, the question that was actually put to Toure during a recent presser was which, of all the myriad fan chants he'd heard sung in his footballing career, was his favourite.
Celtic eased into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup on Sunday, courtesy of a 3-1 win against Scottish League One side Albion Rovers. The goal of the game undoubtedly came courtesy of Scott Sinclair, with the former Chelsea, Man City and Swansea attacker produced an exquisite curling finish.
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Sinclair's stunner was the opening goal of the game at theExcelsior Stadium, with the 27-year-old curling a magnificent effort into the top corner of the Wee Rovers' net.
In what was a fair old coup, the Scottish FA managed to get Rod Stewartto help perform the live televised draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Unfortunately for them, it quickly became apparent that Sir Roderick may have taken rather liberal advantage of thehospitality on offer, as the 72-year-old rocklegend dive-bombed, swooshed, giggled and mugged his way through the entire thing!
Moussa Dembele scored twice as Celtic held Man City ina rollicking 3-3 draw in the Champions League, though the 20-year-old striker'ssecond goal of the night was certainly more impressive than his first at least from a technical standpoint.
Having put the Bhoys ahead in the third minute by deflectingErik Sviatchenko's diving header in from close range with his chest, Dembele edged the home side ahead again just three minutes into the second half with an inspired piece of off-the-cuff athleticism.
Rejoice fair people, for the Thai Tims are back and they're bringing with them a brand new terrace anthem for the world to enjoy.
For the uninitiated, The Tims are a choir made up of a classroom-full of Celtic-supporting Thai schoolchildren, who have already had several hits with their songs about Bhoys legends such as Joe Ledley, Kieran Tierney and, err.
In tribute to one of their own, Airdrieonians have eschewed a shirt sponsor in favour of gracing the front of their home strip with the face of Mark Allison, the "super fan" who sadly lost his long fight againstpancreatic cancer in early 2016.
Indeed, the fan-owned Scottish League One side will play with Allison's portrait on their shirt for the remainder of the season though that's not the be all and end all of the gesture, oh no.
That steaming pile of horse muckyou see before you isn't actually a photo of Hearts' diabolical new away kit, but it may as well be.
The actual kit is a homage to theEarl of Rosebery, whobecame Prime Minister in 1894, served aspresident of the Scottish Football Association and who also remains Honorary President of Hearts to this very day.
A Scottish businessman has taken the unorthodox step of paying £150,000 tobecome manager of a Spanish third division club on the proviso that he'll get his money back if he manages to get thempromoted.
John Clarkson, who owns a chain of care homes in East Anglia, is set to become the new head coach of CDTudelano after making a "sporting bet" with the club's current president Jesus Miranda.
Joey Barton's Rangers career continues to go from strength to strength with the news that the exiled midfielder has now been signed off with stress.
The Scottish Premiership club recently ordered Barton to return and train with the Under-23s after hitting him with a six-week suspension for scufflingwith his teammates during a training session in September, just days after they found themselves on the wrong end of a 5-1 battering in the Old Firm derby.
A five-year-old Celtic fan called the club to apologise for not being able to make it to Saturday's game against Motherwell.
While usually in attendance at Celtic Park, wee Louis Kayes was forced to miss the game as it clashed with one of his young friend's birthday party.
Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland, Louis' mum Lisa said that the youngster was mortified when he realised he wouldn't be able to go to the game and used her phone to make a personal apology to everybody at his beloved club.
As you may recall, any talk of Scottish giants Celtic and Rangers making their long-mooted move south ofthe border was comprehensively ended recently when theFootball League issued a ruling against theincorporationof any further non-English sides joining the Englishfootball system.
Desperate to free themselves from the restrictive financial shackles of competing in the Scottish league, it would appear that the Old Firm teams are now looking to their North European brethren for the answer.
Having sealed a move from Liverpool to Celtic a couple of days ago, Kolo Toure has since become the latest player to give it the old 'Surly McThunderface' routine inhis first official photos for his new employers.
In fact, the usually cheery Ivorian centre-back looked like death warmed up at his welcome party at Celtic Park, as if somebody had taken him aside and told him that his little pet kitten had met a grizzly end underneath a Vauxhall Corsa just seconds before he went in front of the cameras.
After teasing it hither and thither for weeks, Celtic have finally unveiled their new third kit for 2016/17 and, as was feared in some quarters, it's very pink incredibly, vividly pink.
As per the marketing bumph, New Balance took inspiration from Celtic's illustrious past while cobbling their cerise creation together, lifting the colour from the ticket stubs used at the 1967 European Cup final, wherein the famous 'Lisbon Lions' beat Inter Milan to complete an unprecedented quintuple of trophies.
"I look forward to disgracing this as soon as possible..."
Celtic sufferedwhat is widely being referred to asthe 'worst defeat in the club's history' in Brendan Rodgers' first game in charge last night, slumping to a 1-0 defeat against Gibraltar's finest, Lincoln Red Imps, in a Champions League qualifier.
Edinburgh (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers warned the rest of Scottish football that the best is yet to come from Celtic after they clinched their sixth Scottish Premiership title in a row with eight games to spare.
Rodgers’ side hammered Hearts 5-0 at Tynecastle on Sunday, giving them an unassailable 25 point lead over Aberdeen at the top of the table.