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The so-called 'Three Bears' consortium has criticised the Rangers board for accepting the £10m loan from Mike Ashley. (Various)

Former Celtic player and coach Alan Thompson says his two-year rift with Neil Lennon has been resolved and that the pair are now "on speaking terms". (Daily Mail)

Former Rangers forward Nacho Navo has hit out at the Ibrox board after, he says, being told he won't be allowed to train at Murray Park. (Scottish Sun)

The last Celtic player to score a hat-trick against Rangers, Harry Hood, says his record won't be broken because the current crop of Parkhead players are "too ordinary". (Scottish Sun)

Former Ibrox hero Bert Konterman has warned Celtic that they will spend six months in disgrace if Rangers beat them on Sunday. (Scottish Sun)

Raging Rangers stars are battling with Ibrox chief Derek Llambias over tickets for Sunday's showcase semi-final. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers defender Darren McGregor says there's "no debate" that Celtic have a better side than the Ibrox outfit. (Daily Star)

Celtic star Emilio Izaguirre has warned that Sundays' League Cup semi-final is just another step in the champions' treble charge. (Daily Star)

Celtic are tracking Las Palmas's Argentine striker Sergio Araujo. The on-loan Boca Juniors marksman has scored 13 goals in 21 games in Spain's Second Division. (Scottish Sun)

The New Firm League Cup semi-final clash is bigger than Celtic locking horns with Rangers this weekend, according to Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes. (Various)

Inverness striker Billy McKay is on the verge of a shock move to Wigan Athletic. (Daily Star)

Iain Vigurs' hopes of a move to Oldham Athletic have been wrecked by injury and any hopes of a deal are now dead. (Daily Star)

Rod Petrie considered quitting as chairman of Hibs in the wake of the club's relegation to the Championship last season. (Daily Star)

Hearts director of football Craig Levein says the club will bounce back after losing their unbeaten league record against Falkirk. (Scotsman)

Hibs will set up a loan deal for Dundee United's Keith Watson, with boss Jackie McNamara happy to let the player move until the end of the season. (Daily Star)

Motherwell have suffered a blow after Rosario Central pulled the plug on Manuel Garcia's loan deal because of a keeper crisis of their own. (Daily Record)

Dundee defender Iain Davidson is set to be out of action for up to three weeks with an ankle injury. (Daily Record)

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