Steven McLean named as referee for Celtic’s clash with St Mirren

The SFA have named the refereeing team for this Saturday’s Cinch Premiership clash between Celtic and St Mirren. Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to kick on from the weekend’s draw against Rangers and put three points on the board against the visitors from Paisley.

Steven McLean has been named as the Referee with Calum Spence and John McCrossan running the line as Assistant Referees. Peter Stuart will be acting as Fourth Official. Meanwhile, at Clydesdale House, David Dickinson is on VAR with Gary Hilland assisting.

After Dundee v Rangers was postponed again, Celtic have the opportunity to move four points clear of Rangers, who play away to Ross County on Sunday. The Scottish Champions will be keen to put pressure on their rivals, who will go into the game at Dingwall with two games in hand.

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  1. This is no way to run Scottish football . Rangers are the problem they
    Sit on their high horse , trying mind you trying to rule Scottish
    Football, remember they don’t own football played in Scotland
    They are a second string off football players who think they have the right to dictate the game through their hold on the religion they seem t
    To have a right to do ,it’s football their religion , and truthfully if they did not have that they would be a2nd hand team . Football is for everyone
    Not just rangers and the way they go about it

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