A tearful Charlie Nicholas recalled Billy McNeill’s thoughtfulness as the former Celtic striker paid tribute to his ex-manager.
The family of former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill encouraged fans to “sing his songs and help us celebrate his life” after the death of the first British footballer to lift the European Cup.
Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup on May 25, 1967.
Tributes have poured in for Celtic’s European Cup-winning captain and former manager Billy McNeill following his death at the age of 79.
Former Celtic striker Frank McGarvey has praised Billy McNeill as a “fantastic man” following his death.
It is a point of irony that when Celtic skipper Billy McNeill strode up the steps at the Lisbon’s Estadio Nacional to claim his moment in history, he did so alone.
Neil Lennon wants Celtic to regroup for Kilmarnock next week after their disjointed display at Easter Road on Sunday.
Neil Lennon told his Celtic players that they are not yet on holiday after drawing a blank in the 0-0 draw against Hibernian at Easter Road.
Celtic’s journey towards their eighth successive Ladbrokes Premiership title stalled against Hibernian in a goalless draw at Easter Road.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was delighted with his side’s return to winning ways in Saturday’s 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson labelled some of David Turnbull’s football “exquisite” after the 19-year-old netted his 10th first-team goal of the season in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Hamilton.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre knows his side will need a minor miracle to survive in the Ladbrokes Premiership following Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at St Johnstone.
Steven Gerrard has backed Matt Polster to be Rangers’ surprise package in the months to come.
St Mirren forward Danny Mullen felt his first away goal of the season was the best way to silence the hecklers at his old club Livingston.
Steve Clarke insists Steven McLean should never referee a Kilmarnock game again after he sent off three Killie players in their 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership defeat to Aberdeen at Rugby Park.
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney praised Danny Mullen for his telling contribution as the striker scored against former club Livingston to give his side a precious 3-1 victory.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice was delighted to see comeback striker Marios Ogkmpoe net what could be a crucial equaliser against Motherwell.
Jim McIntyre admits Dundee have a mountain to climb if they are to escape relegation from the Premiership.
Scott McKenna was the Aberdeen goal hero as the Dons opened up a crucial three-point gap over Kilmarnock, who finished a fractious Ladbrokes Premiership encounter at Rugby Park with eight men.
Marios Ogkmpoe netted a late equaliser on his second Hamilton appearance of the season as Motherwell threw away two Lanarkshire derby points.
St Johnstone’s fourth Tayside derby win of the season edged Dundee closer to the Premiership precipice.
St Mirren gave their chances of avoiding relegation from the Ladbrokes Premiership a massive boost as they came from behind to beat 10-man Livingston.
Scott McKenna gives Aberdeen victory over eight-man Kilmarnock in controversial Rugby Park encounter
Scott McKenna scored the only goal as Aberdeen saw off eight-man Kilmarnock in an ill-tempered clash at Rugby Park.
Steven Gerrard says Rangers’ number nine slot is Jermain Defoe’s to lose after watching the veteran hitman send his side on their way to victory over Hearts.
Hibernian midfielder Stevie Mallan feels they could not be in a better frame of mind to tackle Celtic and attempt to avenge their only defeat under Paul Heckingbottom.
Celtic’s Ladbrokes Premiership title party was put on hold for another week after Rangers claimed a 3-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Neil Lennon believes Celtic are starting to play with the freedom he is looking for as he prepares for the trip to Edinburgh to face Hibernian on Sunday.
European football has become a staple diet at Pittodrie over the last five seasons. Derek McInnes wants to ensure it remains on the menu.
Hibernian head coach Paul Heckingbottom admits he is desperate to avoid the “horrible” prospect of Celtic celebrating a title triumph at Easter Road.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is taking no notice of this season’s positive results against struggling Dundee ahead of their latest clash.
John O’Sullivan insists he and his fellow loan players are determined to repay Dundee for their faith and keep the club in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney has told his players not to expect Livingston to drop their standards just because they are safe from relegation.