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Celtic & Rangers latest: Tony Watt causes controversy on Twitter, McCoist happy with cup win

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Tony Watt tweets

Former Celtic player Tony Watt caused controversy on Twitter last night, when he stated that he'd learned more in two months at Standard Liege under Guy Luzon, who was sacked yesterday, than he had in two years at Parkhead.

The striker, who joined Standard Liege this summer was clearly enjoying his time working with Luzon and tweeted to back him after his sacking last night, causing anger amongst Bhoys supporters. 

Johansen believes Celtic are improving

Stefan Johansen believes that Celtic are starting to adapt to Ronny Deila's techniques as manager. 

The Bhoys have made a slow start to the campaign under the Norwegian manager, but Johansen believes they are starting to get used to his style now. 

"I think the team is starting to understand," he said to the Scottish Evening Times.

"Of course, this takes time. We have 20 players who have to adapt to it."

"But now we are starting to see how he wants the team to play."

McCoist pleased to get through

Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he is pleased to have got through to the semi-final of the Petrofac Training Cup.

The Light Blues beat East Fife to progress and McCoist was largely pleased with the display - although he has targeted improvement in one area.  

"It’s been a good night but if I had one wee moan it is that we should be a bit more clinical and want more goals and demand more goals from each other," he said to the club's official site. "But it’s a good result and we are in the semi-final.”

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