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BY KEITH MCLEOD CELTIC FC claimed they first became aware of allegations involving Cairney and Celtic Boys Club founder Jim Torbett in the 1990s.
Speakers include Bishop Keith McLeod, who claims to specialise in healing, miracles and deliverance.
Elsewhere, leaders Spartans beat Threave Rovers 4-0 thanks to a Chris Anderson brace and singles from Jack Beasley and Keith McLeod.
SPARTANS sombrero boys had another day in the winter sun while top scorer Keith McLeod was chewing his nails on a beach in Tenerife.
Spartans goal ace Keith McLeod's attempt to break the British record for scoring in consecutive games ended in frustration when the league leaders were held to a 0-0 draw by East Kilbride.
Keith McLeod scored for the 13th game in a row as Spartans nicked a 2-1 win at Stirling Uni in the League Cup.
Ian McFarland, Ryan Wilson and Aaron James were on target for City after Spartans' Keith McLeod missed a penalty only to covert another late on.
Sludden netted a penalty and Williams-Mitchell made it 3-1 before Keith McLeod pulled one back.
Keith McLeod bagged his second hat-trick in as many weeks against Vale of Leithen as Spartans won 5-0 to extend their lead at the summit.
Keith McLeod bagged his second-hat-trick in as many weeks against Vale of Leithen as Spartans won 5-0 to extend their lead at the summit.
The Ainslie Park men went ahead in 14 minutes when Keith McLeod fired home.
In Spartans' first league outing at Ainslie Park goals from Kevin Haynes, Ross Johnston and Andrew Kidd sealed a 3-1 win for Welfare with Keith McLeod notching a penalty for the home side.