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Blackburn Rovers manager Mark Hughes is remaining tight-lipped at this stage whether he wants to bring John Hartson to the club, as the transfer window is closed.
The striker's agent Jonathan Barnett stated the Ewood Park outfit were keen to land the Wales international, however Hughes refused to confirm the speculation.
Henri Camara hit a classy double as Celtic warmed up for their UEFA Champions League Group F clash with AC Milan with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Dunfermline.
The Senegal International took his Hoops tally to five goals with a well-taken brace, after Stanislav Varga had put the Glasgow giants into the driving seat with a 20th minute strike.
Alex McLeish's Rangers will meet Old Firm rivals Celtic in the fourth round of the CIS Insurance Cup.
The Ibrox tie will be one of four all-Scottish Premier League quarter final ties to be played in November.
Originally posted by TRD
Since O'neil took over Celtic have been the best side the last few years and i expect it to continue untill Man United come calling....
Ukrainian striker Andrei Shevchenko was delighted with his side's victory over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico.
Shevchenko scored twice as Milan came from a goal behind to record their second win of the season.
Young Celtic goalkeeper David Marshall is anxious for his side to get their first UEFA Champions League points when they face Milan on Wednesday night.
Celtic travel to the San Siro knowing they need a result to keep their European dream alive.
Marshall, who is best remembered for his exploits in Camp Nou when Celtic knocked Barcelona out of last season's Uefa Cup, is aware his side cannot afford defeat.
Two goals in the last two minutes stunned Celtic as Milan won 3-1.
The Italian champions took the lead in a first half they dominated as Andrei Shevchenko made it 1-0, and Celtic were lucky the deficit was not worse at half time.
Celtic have been hit with the news that influential midfielder Alan Thompson will be ruled out for at least a month with a hamstring injury.
The left-footed England hopeful pulled up in Wednesday's UEFA Champions League defeat to Milan and scans have now revealed the extent of the injury.
Celtic bounced back from their midweek European disappointment with a comfortable 3-0 win at Dundee United.
Celtic opened the scoring after just nine minutes with Sutton heading home Petrov's corner.
Celtic boss Martin O'Neill is hopeful Joos Valgaeren will be available for The Bhoys' next UEFA Champions League clash against Shakhtar Donetsk, but thinks the game will come too soon for Alan Thompson.
Celtic keeper Magnus Hedman has admitted he is tempted to return to Sweden and end his career with AIK.
Hedman is currently back-up to David Marshall, but is happy to remain with Celtic unless a more interesting offer comes along.