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Paul McStay makes it 2-0 vs Aberdeen, on this day in 1985

Welcome to the latest round-up, all the news that's fit to print:

  • watch out for GUEST BLOG by SB Nation writer Martin Connolly on the site tonight, about Celtic's record-breaking season so far
  • There's a new @GIGPOD podcast episode out with former Celtic defender Thomas Rogne, get all the information here
  • Last night in the Scottish Cup, Hibs defeated Hearts 3-1, meaning the possibly of meeting our old pal Neil Lennon is very real...
  • Former Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has talked about how unique playing for Celtic can be
  • Henrik Larsson has given a wide ranging interview, answering questions from fans in FourFourTwo magazine
  • Kieran Tierney talked about how he sat with the fans while he was out injured
  • Former Celtic manager Tony Mowbray somehow got another managerial job - this time at Blackburn Rovers
  • ON THIS DAY: In 1985, Celtic kept up the pressure on league leaders Aberdeen - yes, Aberdeen once upon a time used to win leagues - by winning a top of the table clash 2-0 at Celtic Park, with the goals coming from Mo Johnston and a Paul McStay penalty. The win put Celtic five points behind Aberdeen with two games in hand, but the team were unable to show any real consistency and ended the season in second place, seven points behind Aberdeen.