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Don’t mention the war... it was Rangers, not Russia, who got Celtic into Champions League

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What a game: Rangers captain James Tavernier celebrates after the Europa League semi-final victory over RB Leipzig. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA

What a game: Rangers captain James Tavernier celebrates after the Europa League semi-final victory over RB Leipzig. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA

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Champions: Celtic players salute their fans on Saturday. Crediit: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Champions: Celtic players salute their fans on Saturday. Crediit: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

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What a game: Rangers captain James Tavernier celebrates after the Europa League semi-final victory over RB Leipzig. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA

Glasgow is a deeply divided city, riven in religious bigotry. That’s hardly breaking news, but every so often the deeply entrenched, fitba-mad citizens lay down their arms and their metaphorical poison pens.

Like early last week, when hugely popular Rangers kitman Jimmy Bell passed away.


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