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Former Ibrox director Paul Murray and George Letham have confirmed they have teamed up with Dave King to offer cash-strapped Rangers a multi-million pounds bail-out. (The Record)

Mike Ashley's dramatic bid to oust Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace could scupper a £16m investment from South Africa-based businessman Dave King. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Kilmarnock stars have lifted the lid on the bonus bust-up that is threatening to derail their season with one player saying it is causing major unrest among players. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers striker Kris Boyd will likely face disappointment when he challenges his two-game ban for headbutting Hibernian's Jordan Forster. (The Herald)

Shamed former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is facing a spell in jail after failing to attend high court hearings in London regarding debts owed to Ticketus. (Daily Star)

Keiran Doran has received support from Jim Murphy MP and legal experts as he battles to be released from his one-pound contract with St Mirren. (The Record)

SFA performance director Mark Wotte has joined Celtic manager Ronny Deila in criticising the 'Buckfast and Burgers' diet culture in Scottish football. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, Effe Ambrose admits that it may take until Christmas before the players get the hang of Deila's tactics and work ethic. (The Record)

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon is jetting off to Saudi Arabia to discuss a £2m-a-year deal All Ittihad. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Johann Mjallby will keep turning down job offers because he wants to be Neil Lennon's assistant. (The Record)

Former Aberdeen keeper Jason Brown insisted he was the victim of a racial abuse attack while he was playing for Dartford. (The Record)

Scotland star Ryan Gauld says he is loving his life now that he has settled with Sporting Lisbon and escaped the "mini Messi" tag. (The Record)

Former Hearts captain Steven Pressley reckons the club's decision to spend £320 renting Alloa's plastic pitch to train on could net them millions in the long-run when they regain promotion to the top-flight. (The Record)

Hibs have moved closer to appointing two fans on to the club's board after a survey showed overwhelming support for the move. (The Record)

St Mirren have lined up trials with three highly-rated Ghanian players, Shaban Muntari, Joseph Amoah and Abednego Ashitley. (The Record)

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