The treble dream may be gone for Celtic.

However, it is not all doom and gloom for Ange Postecoglou's men despite their 2-1 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Rangers at Hampden Park on Sunday.

There were a few positives to be gleaned from the poor national stadium show, especially with the performances of skipper Callum McGregor, Josip Juranovic and Cameron Carter-Vickers.

Celtic now head to Dingwall on Sunday in the hope of cementing their six-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a victory over Ross County.

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Hibs also parted company with ex-Celtic star Shaun Maloney after just four months in a shock move.

Could Maloney do a job in Ange Postecoglou's backroom staff?

Elsewhere Celtic are still locked in talks to secure permanent deals for USA internationalist Cameron Carter-Vickers and Portuguese winger Jota.

Should the club prioritise signing one over the other and if so who would it be?

Scottish football clubs will today vote on whether to introduce VAR into our game.

Will this be a good or bad thing for Scottish football?

Join Sean Martin and Tony Haggerty on the video as they pore over the good points from Hampden, Shaun Malone's sacking, and the Cameron Carter-Vickers/Jota debate as well as VAR.