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Celtic boss happy just to keep his men from moving

Celtic manager Martin O'Neill said on Wednesday that keeping his leading players at Parkhead was more important than trying to bring in new talent during the January transfer window.

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Novo, Prso give Rangers win over nine-man Celtic in Old Firm clash

Celtic lost two men, gave away two poor goals and allowed their discipline to crumble in a chaotic 2-0 Scottish Premier League defeat at Glasgow rivals Rangers yesterday.

Business

Roundtable on China economy

CHINA Daily Hong Kong Edition and Asia News Network (ANN) will jointly sponsor the CEO roundtable discussion on I>China's Economy in 2005 and Beyond/Ito be held on Dec 3 at Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong.

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Adriano almost impossible to stop, says Werder Bremen coach

Werder Bremen coach Thomas Schaaf was left wondering how Inter Milan striker Adriano can be stopped after the Brazilian struck both goals in the German champions' 2-0 defeat in the Champions League on Tuesday.

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Celtic in seventh heaven as they beat rivals Rangers

Celtic clinched their seventh consecutive win against Rangers with a 1-0 win at Parkhead courtesy of a late Alan Thompson strike.

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Celtic boss O’Neill hopeful of getting Brazilian midfielder Juninho

Celtic manager Martin O'Neill is hopeful the Scottish champions will sign Middlesbrough's Brazilian midfielder Juninho before the end of August.

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All Blacks beat Australia to retain Bledisloe Cup

Winger Doug Howlett scored the All Blacks' only try as they opened their Tri-nations defence and retained the Bledisloe Cup with a 16-7 victory over Australia yesterday.

Letters

General guidelines on whom not to vote for

The moment of truth is nigh; we will troop to the polls tomorrow to exercise our right to choose the leaders who will govern us for the next three and six years.

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Petrov's goal secures Celtic's 39th title

Celtic midfielder Stilian Petrov sparked scenes of celebration when his first-half strike secured the Glasgow club's 39th Scottish championship in a 1-0 win at Kilmarnock.

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Magpies soar, Celtic crash

Hopes of a UEFA Cup Battle of Britain showdown crumbled on Wednesday when Newcastle clinched a place in the semi-finals but Celtic failed to keep their side of the bargain by crashing out to Spanish side Villarreal.