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McGregor on Ross County win
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor believes that Ross County felt the full force of the Bhoys' frustrations at the weekend.
McGregor and his teammates dismantled Ross County, beating them 5-0, and the youngster feels that it was a reaction to the poor start they have made.
"There were some frustrations taken out," he said to the Scottish Evening Times. "We knew we had to make a statement in Dingwall, and I felt we did that. We started unbelievably well with two quick goals, and just went from strength to strength."
Deila delighted with win
Ronny Deila was full of praise for Celtic after their victory against Ross County at the weekend.
The Norwegian boss has come under pressure, but he says that more performances like that will help put the side back on track.
"The first half was excellent," he said to the Evening Times. "I really enjoyed it. That's how we want to see our team play. There were quick reactions, and it was 10 players who were chasing the ball and wanted to have it."
Nicky Clark disappointed to be left
Ally McCoist admits that Nicky Clark would have felt unhappy to be left out of Rangers match at the weekend against Raith.
Clark was surprisingly dropped to the bench by McCoist and, despite the decision paying off with the Light Blues picking up a comfortable win, the 'Gers boss says that the midfielder was not happy.
"I've got pleasant problems now with three of the front lads scoring against Raith," he said to the Belfast Telegraph.
"But I think Nicky can consider himself unlucky to be left out. Sometimes you make decisions that don't please everybody."