Friday, 14 December, 2018

Celtic, Rangers slip up as Kilmarnock goes top in SPFL

Tough night Gareth Mc Auley during defeat to Aberdeen Tough night Gareth Mc Auley during defeat to Aberdeen
Cary Erickson | 06 December, 2018, 06:15

We sit behind (Rangers) with a game in hand, we've won the first cup competition (of the season) and have a great opportunity to qualify in Europe.

Adam Livingstone came on at left-back before the game restarted and Celtic soon had the ball in the net again, but Filip Benkovic was penalised for a tug on Tom Aldred before netting from a deep corner.

"It's good for a manager to see", said Rodgers, "because players will knock and ask about why they are not playing and it's good for me to see a game like that". "We have played less games because we have been successful, it's very early and we haven't even completed the first round of games".

"But listen, there is no doubt that Scott Brown is a very important player for us".

"I think we deserved it and put pressure on them towards the end".

"He still has a big role to play for me".

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He now says Apple will go with the latter scenario, adding that completely redesigned AirPods will launch in early 2020 . Still, rumors suggest both products are still on the way, and a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo touches on the former.

The former Swansea and Liverpool boss insists sights are already set on the next triumph.

"Time will judge us as a team".

He continued: "Time will judge us as a team. We certainly aren't finished yet in terms of what we want to achieve".

Elsewhere, a controversial second-half penalty from St Johnstone winger Matthew Kennedy denied Hearts a first victory in seven games in a stormy tussle at McDiarmid Park.

"We are very hungry to sustain this period of our game and what we are trying to win. It is our seventh trophy but we will aim for the eighth". The Belgium global picked up an injury in the win over the Dons on Sunday, and he will miss the trip to Fir Park, and is already a doubt for the huge showdown with RB Salzburg next week. He made only one change from the side which started the 1-0 Europa League win over Rosenborg in Trondheim, with deputy keeper Scott Bain taking over from Craig Gordon, as he had done in previous rounds of the competition.

Kristoffer Ajer (fractured eye socket), Eboue Kouassi and Daniel Arzani (both knee) remain on the sidelines and Nir Bitton is on the comeback trail following knee trouble of his own.