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Celtic forward Kris Commons insists the club need to bring in top quality new signings immediately to have any chance of making an impact in the Champions League. (Various)

And Commons also believes Celtic can go a whole domestic season without losing a single game. (Various)

Shakhter Karagandy, Celtic's Champions League opponents on Tuesday, rested their entire first XI at the weekend and won. (Various)

Scotland striker Kenny Miller is unsure if he will be involved in next month's double-header against Belgium and Macedonia since it would mean missing club games for Vancouver Whitecaps. (Daily Record)

Following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Easter Road, Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon is backing his old Shelbourne manager Pat Fenlon to come through the rough patch he is experiencing at Hibs. (Sun)

Sandy Easdale, who is poised to become the biggest shareholder at Rangers, warns the Paul Murray / Jim McColl faction face an "embarrassing trouncing" in their bid to gain influence on the Ibrox board. (Daily Mail)


Scottish cricketer Freddie Coleman admitted to ball-tampering in a second XI clash for Warwickshire and has been given a suspended two-week ban. (Scotsman)

Ewen Ferguson, 17, is the first Scot to win the Boys Amateur Championship in almost a decade. (Various)

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