CELTIC STAR 'UNFORTUNATE' TO SEE RED IN CLYDE CLASH AS BULLY WEE ACE EYES SCOTTISH CUP SUCCESS FROM 'PROPER TIE'

Neil Parry knows Clyde got away with one midweek against Celtic B - but the goalkeeper hopes his side can make it five games unbeaten in the Scottish Cup versus Clydebank after a moment of fortune. Referee Chris Gentles incensed Celtic with an 88th minute penalty award against Conor Hazard, which David Goodwillie netted to earn a 1-1 draw against Tommy McIntyre's side in the Glasgow Cup. Danny L...

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