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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Midfielder Kris Commons thinks Celtic manager Neil Lennon will be a man in demand as clubs at the bottom of the English Premier League look for a replacement. (Mail on Sunday)

Lennon denies he is frontrunner to replace under-pressure Norwich City manager Chris Hughton. (Sunday Express)

Hamilton and Falkirk will have to apply to use their new Fifa- and Uefa-approved synthetic pitches in the Scottish Premiership should they win promotion. (Sunday Express)

Manager Paul Hartley says his decision to leave Alloa, having led them to back-to-back promotions, was not a direct result of his team's 5-1 home defeat by Dumbarton. (Mail on Sunday)

Ross County forward Melvin de Leeuw believes the skills offered by him and his three fellow Dutch team-mates are being overlooked in favour of Scottish players who will "scrap and fight" for the cause. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he feels "disappointment, anger and sadness" that the club continues to suffer financial hardship. (Sunday Mail)

The Ibrox cost-cutting measures have been fuelled by City investors wanting assurances the club is being run prudently before they invest any more money. (Sun)

St Johnstone striker Stevie May is just one goal short of his target of 20 for the entire season and says "there's no reason for him to look elsewhere" to play his football. (Mail on Sunday)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall feared the red-card tackle by Anthony Stokes on his captain Keith Lasley had put him out of action for weeks if not months. (Sun)

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