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GLASGOW RANGERS - SPL CHAMPIONS 2009/2010
NACHO Novo last night opened fire on Old Firm rivals Celtic and told how Tony Mowbray's criticism of Walter Smith fired up Rangers for title glory.
The euphoric Spaniard led the championship celebrations at Easter Road on Sunday after Smith's side clinched a second successive SPL crown with a 1-0 win over Hibs.
And now Novo has told why he was so emotionally charged on the day the flag was clinched.
Novo admits he wanted to milk the moment with his team-mates and supporters because he fears he will leave in the summer. And the striker insists this year's triumph was made all the more special because it was achieved against all the odds - and against a backdrop of complaints and insults from Parkhead .
Novo, 30, revealed Mowbray's at tack on Smith's "defensive" tactics still rankle.
He said: "The one thing I need to have a go about is the comments made by Mowbray. He said he'd never play footbal l the way Walter does and that was a ridiculous thing to say.
"All managers have their own ideas on how to play and that's f ine. But for Mowbray to crit icise Walter's tactics? Who does he think he is? "Maybe if he had come up here and won trophies then fair enough. But he was here for five minutes and he thought he had the right to say these things? That wasn't good enough.
"He said we played bad footbal l and we were defensive. He said he'd never be a manager like Walter. He was right about that.
"Walter is the man who won nine in a row. How many titles has Mowbray won? The gaffer took us to a UEFA Cup Final. Mowbray couldn't take Celtic to the League Cup Final."
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Two goals from Kenny Miller slashed Celtic's lead at the top of the SPL to a point as Rangers claimed a 2-1 victory in the Old Firm derby.
The striker returned to haunt his former club once again with two early goals to put the Scottish champions in the driving seat at Ibrox.
Aiden McGeady did manage to pull a goal back from the penalty spot but his strike was not enough to prevent Tony Mowbray's first derby as Celtic manager ending in defeat.
Rangers boss Walter Smith was forced to name an unfamiliar side when Madjid Bougherra and Lee McCulloch were both ruled out with a flu bug and Sasa Papac was asked to deputise in the heart of defence with David Weir, while youngster Andrew Little was given his first taste of the famous fixture at full-back.
Kevin Thomson also missed out with a knee injury but Miller was able to start up front with Kris Boyd despite fears over a persistent hamstring problem, which will require the attention of a specialist in Germany this week.
Celtic also shuffled their pack. Danny Fox and Barry Robson both picked up knocks in training, meaning a first domestic appearance of the season for Lee Naylor and a debut for new signing Zheng Zhi.
Little looked uncomfortable from the outset and allowed Shaun Maloney an early chance on goal but Allan McGregor did well to block with his legs to keep the scoreline level in the opening minutes.
Instead, it was Rangers who surged into the lead with just eight minutes gone, taking advantage of shocking defending from Celtic.
Boyd slipped a pass through for Miller, who forced his way past Stephen McManus and Glenn Loovens, before dispatching past Artur Boruc into the back of the net as Ibrox erupted.
Celtic then failed in their attempt to win a penalty when Maloney claimed he was fouled in the box by David Weir, before picking up a yellow card for diving after going to ground again moments later.
Little had been shifted to centre-forward - the position he plays for Northern Ireland - but his Old Firm debut was over with just 14 minutes on the clock and Nacho Novo was thrown into the action.
Miller found the back of the net again two minutes later. This time, a Steven Whittaker ball intended for Boyd was missed by the striker and broke for Miller who shrugged off Loovens before sending a low shot past the Hoops keeper.
The Scottish champions had enjoyed a dream start to the game but found themselves pegged back after 25 minutes when referee Craig Thomson eventually did point to the penalty spot.
It proved to be a memorable maiden outing for China captain Zhi as he was felled by Papac and McGeady stepped up to claim his first ever goal at Ibrox, despite the best efforts of McGregor, who managed to get a hand to the strike.
There was a further blow for Rangers just before half-time when Boyd was forced out of the action following a clash of heads with Landry N'Guemo, paving the way for Kyle Lafferty to make his first appearance for the club this season after a spell on the sidelines through suspension and injury.
Miller could have claimed his hat-trick shortly after the restart with a ferocious strike which flashed across the face of goal and past the post.
But Celtic also looked dangerous as they chased the equaliser and Scott McDonald tested McGregor with a point-blank shot, which was smothered by the Rangers goalkeeper.
Mark Wilson became the second Celtic player to be booked for simulation, before Maloney squandered a great opportunity to restore parity.
Substitute Pat McCourt's cross found Wilson out on the right and he teed up the shot for Maloney but he rifled inches past the post when he looked certain to score.
At the other end, Whittaker picked out Novo at the back post with a long ball but he nodded past the upright amid claims of being pushed, before seeing his attempt to lob Boruc swatted out of the danger area by the Celtic goalkeeper.
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GOAL hero Kris Boyd insists he is putting all transfer speculation to the back of his mind after helping Rangers maintain their winning start to the SPL campaign.
Reports today suggest that Turkish side Trabzonspor are ready to make an offer with the transfer window closing tomorrow evening.
Boyd, who scored twice in Saturday's 4-1 win over Hamilton, said: "There has been a bit of speculation but I don't pay any attention to it.
"The thing for me was to get myself back in the team and back on the scoresheet. That's what I've done.
"Whatever happens, happens. I'll just keep my head down and take things from there.
"I'm not bothered about the contract situation because the most important thing was to get back in the team and back among the goals.
"There's not much else I can do after that."
Boyd's double takes him back to the top of the Ibrox scoring charts which is his normal position.
He said: "I'm happy to shut Lee McCulloch up. I'm fed-up listening to him banging on about being the top scorer.
"Seriously, it was good to get off the mark last week then get another two goals against Hamilton. I wanted to get back on the scoresheet but the most important thing was to get all three points. I know people were looking at me because I'd gone through pre-season without scoring. But I never doubted myself.
"When you play at a club like Rangers you cannot fail. There are so many chances created and as long as you keep finding the space and keep getting in the box the chances will come."
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- Kenny Miller's double sinking the Tims at the piggery
- Pedro Mendes sublime 25 yard bullet past the roly poly goalie
- Boruc spitting the dummy, again!
- Varuka of Hasselhoffs bottle crashing & getting himself sent off after only FOUR MINUTES
- Lennon getting done in by 2 pensioners
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