Scottish League Cup
The Scottish League Cup is a football competition open to all Scottish Football League and Scottish Premier League clubs. At present it is also known as the Co-operative Insurance Cup owing to the sponsorship deal in place with Co-operative Insurance Society. In the past it has been sponsored by Coca-Cola, Skol Lager, and Bell's Whisky. The competition, like the Scottish Cup, is currently a straight knockout format.
Celtic are the current holders after defeating Rangers at Hampden Park on 15 March 2009. After the match was drawn 0-0 after normal time, it went to extra time in which Celtic scored two goals at opposite ends of the time, a Darren O'Dea header in the 1st minute of extra time and an Aiden McGeady penalty in the 33rd minute.
Currently, the domestic television and radio rights are held by BBC Scotland.
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Scotland v Ireland: The Opposition
The Scottish keeper has cemented his place as his country's number one under Gordon Strachan. Marshall almost single-handedly kept Cardiff City in the English Premier League last season with a host of man of the match performances for the struggling ...
Catch Sheffield Wednesday on TV today...
SOCCER: Premier League, Arsenal v Manchester United - Sky Sports 1 1645; Championship, Huddersfield v Sheffield Wednesday - Sky Sports 1 1200; Scottish Championship, Hearts v Rangers - BT Sport 1 1200; Primera Division, Eibar v Real Madrid ... RUGBY ...
Welbeck move benefited both Arsenal, Man United
The Japan Times
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Scotland v England: as it happened
When I grew up in Scotland in the 60s and 70s, the parks were packed with casual soccer games. Nowadays .... 19.55 "When I am asked where the best Champions League atmosphere is, I always say Celtic Park. Tonight, not .... While his praise for Maloney ...
Rooney aiming to revel in Celtic Park experience
Hodgson was still a teenager and trying to make his way in non-league football when Scotland beat the world champions England at Wembley. "The memory that sticks out is the painful one just after the World Cup, when Jim Baxter ran us ragged at Wembley.