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Scotland striker Kenny Miller quit international football in order to spend more time with his children. (Various)

Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew insists Shakhter Karagandy got lucky in the first leg of their Champions League play-off. (Sun)

Inverness defender Gary Warren will face Celtic with a broken hand and says there was "no way" he was going to miss the clash in Glasgow. (Various)

Former Celtic goalkeeper David Marshall - now at Cardiff City - has tipped his former club to overcome their Champions League first leg play-off deficit against Shakhter Karagandy. (Record)

Former Aberdeen boss Steve Paterson believes the SFA should re-think their rules on betting. (Various)

Despite no wins and four defeats so far this season, Hibs goalkeeper Ben Williams remains confident the Edinburgh outfit will improve. (Various)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon still hopes to sign striker Teemu Pukki and two other targets before the transfer window closes. (Express)

Lennon insists success, not money, motivates him after agreeing a new deal on the same terms as his previous contract. (Herald)

Belgium captain Vincent Kompany is out of next month's World Cup qualifier against Scotland after suffering a groin injury in Manchester City's win against Newcastle. (Various)

With the issue of betting in football under the spotlight, Motherwell boss Stuart McCall revealed a gambling addiction led to the breakdown of his parents' marriage. (Various)

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