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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard admits defeat to Celtic in Scottish Premiership title race

Daily Star Saturday, 16 February 2019
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard admits defeat to Celtic in Scottish Premiership title raceRANGERS boss Steven Gerrard admits his side won’t be challenging Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title following today’s draw with St Johnstone.
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Former Celtic striker John Hartson says Brendan Rodgers' side still have work to do to retain the Scottish Premiership title despite being eight points clear.

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