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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic are considering a transfer bid for Netherlands Under-21 goalkeeper Warner Hahn, presently with Dordrecht.

Full story: The Sun (subscription)

Hibernian players Rowan Vine and Michel Nelson took to Twitter to hit back at Neil Lennon and counter the Celtic manager's suggestion that the Edinburgh side were over-zealous in their tackling during Saturday's 1-1 draw. Defender Nelson, who posted a photo of his own black eye, told Lennon to "man-up".

Full story: The Scotsman

Ajax captain Siem de Jong says his young team will have to man-up in Glasgow on Tuesday or risk being crushed by a powerful Celtic team in their Champions League Group H game.

Full story: The Sun (subscription)

Former referee Kenny Clark says the match officials were wrong to disallow a goal for Inverness Caledonian Thistle in their 2-1 defeat by Partick Thistle on Sunday.

Chris Doak
Doak retained his European Tour card after his finish at the Perth International

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Kilmarnock midfielder Rabiu Ibrahim is still in hospital after collapsing during Saturday's 2-0 win over Ross County.

Full story: Daily Record

Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald says next weekend's trip to Kilmarnock is a must-win game for his side, who are 15 points behind the Ayrshire side at the bottom of the Scottish Premiership, in their bid to avoid relegation.

Full story: Daily Mail (print edition)

Sir Alex Ferguson reveals that losing the Premier League title to Manchester City during his penultimate season at Manchester United was the biggest blow of his managerial career.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

Airdrieonians have sacked manager Jimmy Boyle after Saturday's 2-0 defeat by Forfar Athletic left the Diamonds bottom of League One.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

OTHER GOSSIP

Chris Doak retained his European Tour card after a share of 36th place at the Perth International, but the same finish was not good enough for fellow Scottish golfer Scott Henry, who will return to the qualifying school.

Full story: Evening Times

South Africa-born flanker Tyrone Holmes is hoping his try for Glasgow Warriors in their Heineken Cup win over Exeter Chiefs will lead to call to the Scotland squad.

Full story: Daily Mail (print edition)

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