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Summary

  1. Hearts fail to overturn Jamie Walker diving ban
  2. Birmingham still chasing Dundee forward Greg Stewart
  3. Charlton sign Kilmarnock striker Josh Magennis

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Waghorn worries allayed

Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn has revealed that he is facing a short spell on the sidelines after pulling up against Hamilton Saturday.

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Martyn Waghorn
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Waghorn was in some distress when he left the Ibrox pitch on Saturday

Good result, not as bad as it could have been. Roughly 2 weeks out, hard work has begun to come back stronger 👍🏻💪🏻💙⚽️ thank u 4 the support!

Walker to serve suspension for penalty dive

Hearts winger Jamie Walker will serve a two-match ban after being found guilty of diving to win a penalty against Celtic last weekend. 

The 23-year-old attended a disciplinary hearing at Hampden today to contest the Scottish FA charge of simulation but was unsuccessful.

Hearts say they are "deeply disappointed" with the verdict from the SFA's judiciary panel.

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Jamie Walker
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Walker insisted that there was contact from Kieran Tierney before he fell.

Wasps buzzing after great start

Alloa Athletic have enjoyed a wonderful opening to the season, winning six from six, including the Premiership scalps of Ross County and Inverness CT in the League Cup.

A quarter-final visit to Celtic is their reward and manager Jack Ross has been talking to BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson.

"I have a chairman who has complete faith in me and allows me to run the football side and I have a lot of responsibility with that, more than you might get at a bigger club because you don't have the same resources and support network," said Ross.

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Alloa manager Jack Ross
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Magennis seals move to Charlton

Josh Magennis has completed his move from Kilmarnock to Charlton Athletic.

BBC Scotland understands Killie will receive a potential fee of £250,000 for the Northern Ireland international, who was the Scottish Premiership club's top scorer last season with 11 goals.

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Supporters can welcome new signing Josh Magennis to the club by following him on Twitter >> @Josh_Magennis #cafc

Supporters can welcome new signing Josh Magennis to the club by following him on Twitter >> @Josh_Magennis #cafc

Get Involved - Jamie Walker incident

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@bbcsportscot @jamtarts @scottishfa His ban should be increased for appealing the decision. It’s not even debatable. Abuse of the system.

@BBCSportScot @JamTarts @ScottishFA stonewall penalty.

Jamie Walker earned the penalty in the defeat by Celtic
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Jamie Walker earned the penalty in the defeat by Celtic

Charlton agree fee for Kilmarnock striker

Charlton have agreed a deal with Kilmarnock to sign Northern Ireland international Josh Magennis.

The English League One club had three bids rejected at the weekend but a fee has now been agreed for the striker, who will have a medical today.

Kilmarnock will receive a potential figure of £250,000 for Magennis, who was the Scottish Premiership club's top scorer last season with 11 goals.

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Kilmarnock striker Josh Magennis
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Magennis is having a medical today

Birmingham eye Dundee marksman

Birmingham City's bid to sign Dundee striker Greg Stewart is not "100 per cent" dead, says boss Gary Rowett.

The English Championship club agreed an initial fee of around £500,000 with the Dark Blues for Stewart, 26, only for him to turn down a move to the West Midlands.

Although Rowett now has other targets, he still has Stewart on his radar.

"We've been chasing him for a while but we haven't managed, as yet, to complete the deal with personal terms," he told BBC WM.

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Dundee striker Greg Stewart
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The English Championship outfit remain in the hunt for Greg Stewart