Celtic will join forces with Hearts on Sunday, as they raise awareness for Motor Neuron Disease.

The two clubs, who both have had legends succumb to the condition, will wear personalised warm-up shirts featuring their respective player before their clash in the Scottish Premiership at the weekend.

Supporters have been asked to bring any change they have to bucket collectors located around Tynecastle stadium, with 

For the Hoops, Jimmy Johnstone, voted as their greatest-ever player in 2002, passed away in 2006 after a five-year battle with MND aged 61. Scottish Cup-winning Jambos captain Marius Zaliukas was diagnosed in 2013 and died seven years later in October 2020.

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Meanwhile, Ally McCoist was left stunned by the scoreline in the Scottish Youth Cup final.

That's because the Rangers legend missed his former side's U18s in action against Celtic's young guns.

It was the Hoops who prevailed victorious from a sensational 11-goal thriller at Hampden.

The game was finely poised throughout, with the scoreline 3-3 at half-time and then 4-4 at full-time.

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Zak Lovelace was sent off after the Gers attacker received two yellow cards for diving. 

And Celtic made their man advantage count in extra time, eventually winning 6-5 at the national stadium, with Lewis Dobbie's cheeky backheel clinching the victory.

McCoist appeared on talkSPORT this morning alongside Alan Brazil.

And he couldn't believe it when he heard about the end-to-end game.

When told how it panned out, McCoist said: "Really? Wow! What a game that must have been."

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