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By Thomas McGuigan
2221: Well, what a dramatic night. Congratulations to Celtic on their 42nd title success and commiserations to Rangers, who can look back on a memorable run to the Uefa Cup final.
Thanks for your company and here's hoping for more final day drama next season.
2215: "A lot of people had written us off, but we kept going and the manager Gordon Strachan has always had the backing of all the players" Celtic captain Stephen McManus
2210: "An emotional end to what's been an emotional week" BBC Radio Scotland commentator Richard Gordon
2207 "I didn't think there was much in it for either side. Aberdeen have a good record at Pittodrie. Slack defending cost us overall." Rangers manager Walter Smith
2205: "A dream season for Rangers, destroyed in a week" Calum Johnston, via text on 81111
2200: Celtic captain Stephen McManus leads the celebrations as he lifts the SPL trophy.
2152: "The number of games eventually took their toll on Rangers and it's a quiet Pittodrie now." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Billy Dodds
2151: "After what happened three years ago, it's great to put that right and I'm certainly going to enjoy this" Celtic striker Scott McDonald reflects on a title win for Celtic - after his goals denied them the league in 2005.
2147: "I'm sure this is going to be known as Tommy's title" BBC Radio Scotland football correspondent Chick Young
2145: You reckon Rangers' Jean-Claude Darcheville (7.50) and Dundee United's Danny Swanson (8.86) put in man of the match performances at Pittodrie and Tannadice, respectively. Rate the players
2142: Gordon Strachan holds a huddle with players and staff on the Tannadice pitch. Tommy Burns' name will be mentioned.
2139: Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink is hugged by jubilant team-mates, as Rangers captain Barry Ferguson salutes the fans who made the journey to Pittodrie.
Incredible scenes at Tannadice. Celtic were seven points behind having played a game more, but clawed it back.
Rangers still have the Scottish Cup final to look forward to on Saturday.
2138: The helicopter hovers above Tannadice, as the referee blows for full-time. Celtic are champions.
2137: "Tommy Burns would be proud." George McManus, via text on 81111
2135: Gordon Strachan looks drained on the sidelines. Rangers assistant manager Ally McCoist continues to rally the troops at Pittodrie. Only minutes remaining.
2131: You reckon Jean-Claude Darcheville (7.50) was the star performer at Pittodrie. Rangers still battling away, looking to get a goal back. Join the debate on 606
2130: With about five minutes remaining, you reckon Danny Swanson (8.86) ran the show for Dundee United, with Aiden McGeady (7.36) the pick for Celtic. Rate the players
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