Winning each of the last 10 domestic trophies in Scotland has helped the Hoops hang onto their players for the longest of any Scottish Premiership side.

Revealed: Scottish Premiership clubs with most loyal players

Celtic have the most loyal players in the Scottish Premiership, staying for an average of 42.1 months.

At the opposite end of the scale, in newly released figures by Ticketgum.com, are St Mirren, whose players stay with the Buddies for an average of just 13.1 months.
Scotland has the 12th most loyal players in Europe, with Real Madrid having the continent's most loyal players with an average of 66.8 months.
The average months relate to the employer club's first team squad for line-ups fielded in domestic league matches between July 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019.
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Here's how the Scottish Premiership clubs rate.

Winning each of the last 10 domestic trophies in Scotland has helped the Hoops hang onto their players for the longest of any Scottish Premiership side.

1. Celtic - 42.1 months

Winning each of the last 10 domestic trophies in Scotland has helped the Hoops hang onto their players for the longest of any Scottish Premiership side.
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The current Hibs squad have remained together the second longest in the division. Under new gaffer Jack Ross, they are bidding to seal a top six position this season.

2. Hibernian - 39.4 months

The current Hibs squad have remained together the second longest in the division. Under new gaffer Jack Ross, they are bidding to seal a top six position this season.
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Derek McInnes has now been in charge at the Dons for seven years and such continuity on the managerial side is also evident when it comes to loyalty from the playing squad.

3. Aberdeen - 32.8 months

Derek McInnes has now been in charge at the Dons for seven years and such continuity on the managerial side is also evident when it comes to loyalty from the playing squad.
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St Johnstone, managed by Tommy Wright (pictured) since June 2013, have done well to keep the core of their side together for long periods.

4. St Johnstone - 29.9 months

St Johnstone, managed by Tommy Wright (pictured) since June 2013, have done well to keep the core of their side together for long periods.
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