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Monday Round-Up: Yes, More Talk About The 5-1

Rangers v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images

THE BIG STORY: Unsurprisingly the fallout from Saturday's victory is still ongoing, as Mikael 'good celebration' Lustig became the latest player to tell Rangers they were fortunate to get away with a four goal defeat. Kieran Tierney was delighted with the win, whilst Scott Sinclair mentioned the racist abuse he received at the game on twitter. Meanwhile Scott Brown, who is suspended for the next two league games has been sent on holiday by Brendan Rodgers.

SITE NEWS: Yesterday I wrote about how the 5-1 victory at Ibrox will be the defining Celtic win for a generation of Celtic fans, you can read it here.

OTHER NEWS: Celtic held our own player of the year awards last night, with Scott Sinclair being voted player of the year by his fellow players and the fans. Kieran Tierney won young player of the year, Jack Aitchison won developmental squad player of the year and Moussa Dembele won top goalscorer of the year and goal of the year, for this classic team goal against St Johnstone.

TRANSFER RUMOURS TIME: It could be a case of one goalkeeper and one goalkeeper out, as Celtic have been linked with Red Star Belgrade's Filip Manojlovic whilst Aston Villa are apparently interested in Celtic reserve goalkeeper Logan Bailly. Striker wise, young Nigerian forward Stephen Odey is the latest to be linked, as he has apparently been invited to Celtic for a trial.

ON THIS DAY: In 2011, Celtic defeated Dundee United 4-1 at Celtic Park, to stay on course for the title. Gary Hooper gave Celtic the lead before a Beram Kayal classic made it two. Late goals from Kris Commons and Darryl Murphy completed the scoring.