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Billionaire Jim McColl is spearheading a shareholder revolt to overthrow the Rangers board.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon expects Aberdeen to be their main title challengers this season. (Sun)

And the Celtic boss aims to bolster his attacking options by signing two strikers but will wait until after next week's Champions League qualifier against Elfsborg. (Various)

Derek Adams hopes his new-look Ross County side will pose Celtic problems in their Scottish Premiership opener at Celtic Park. (Various)

Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson has revealed his dream is to return to Ibrox as manager. (Record)

Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson
Barry Ferguson wants to return to Ibrox as Rangers manager

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton says AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini rated the atmosphere at Celtic Park as equal to anything he experienced in football. (Record)

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara expressed relief after returning to his old stomping ground to draw 0-0 with Partick Thistle in the Scottish Premiership curtain-raiser. (Various)

Scotland striker Kenny Miller is an injury doubt ahead of this month's friendly against England at Wembley. (Record)

Terry Butcher insists his Inverness side will defy the critics and deliver another impressive season despite losing Andrew Shinnie, Owain Tudur Jones and Antonio Reguero. (Various)

The SPFL have begun work on a contingency plan to deal with the possibility of Hearts being unable to fulfil their fixtures. (Daily Mail)


Scotland's Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson expressed disappointment after finishing fifth in the World Championships 200m breaststroke final in Barcelona. (Various)

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