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Celtic handed revenge tie

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Celtic manager Neil Lennon was granted his wish as the SPL leaders drew an away trip to St Mirren in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.

Lennon had already identified as wanting a rematch with the Paisley club following the recent defeat to them in their Scottish Communities League Cup semi-final clash.

There's also a Dundee derby scheduled at Dens Park, where the Dark Blues take on United, while there will definitely be first division representation in the semi-final after Hamilton Academical and Falkirk were paired together.

The other tie is an all-Scottish Premier League encounter with Kilmarnock entertaining last season's runners-up Hibernian.

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Writer:stev
Date:Sunday February 3 2013
Time: 9:13PM

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This is the tie we needed. I read garbage after last week from our reject, Paul McGowan and a couple of others on how teams like St.Mirren no longer fear Celtic, and how easily McGowan fooled Luke from the penalty spot. lets not forget St.Mirren got through because we sucked. Not because they wer brilliant. but as always little reject, be careful what you say. you can have a final against Hearts, But you cannot beat us twice.
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