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Celtic prove point in emphatic fashion to reclaim Premiership top spot
“Sometimes you poke the bear” was the half-brilliant analogy that Kilmarnock full-back Stephen O’Donnell ruefully employed to sum up his team’s tousing at Celtic Park on Saturday.
Steve Clarke insists no drama in defeat for Kilmarnock
The sore one taken by Kilmarnock at Celtic Park yesterday won’t douse title talk at the Ayrshire club because it didn’t exist, according to Steve Clarke. The Rugby Park manager stuck by that contention after watching the champions win 5-1 to replace Killie at the summit.
Celtic 5 - 1 Kilmarnock: Celtic return to top after hitting five
Their remarkable ascent to the summit of the Premiership brought much chatter of fairytale for Kilmarnock. The ruthless evisceration meted out to them at Celtic Park had only the bitter tones of Shane McGowan’s Fairytale of New York, though.
William Shatner helps out fan’s ticket bid for Kilmarnock clash
Hollywood stardust has touched Kilmarnock’s top of the table clash with Celtic this afternoon, after former Star Trek star William Shatner backed a supporter’s bid for a ticket.
Celtic boss Brandan Rodgers hails Steve Clarke for ‘galvanising’ Kilmarnock
Celtic manager Brendan 
Rodgers admits his team’s domination of the domestic game is facing a greater challenge than in his two previous treble-winning campaigns but claims that he relishes the searching examination of their credentials ahead of today’s visit from Premiership leaders Kilmarnock.

 
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