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St Mirren manager Danny Lennon is facing the axe following their weekend defeat by Partick Thistle. (Express)

Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry has slammed Celtic for unsettling star striker Lee Tomlin before their League One game with Crawley. (Express)

Stevie May is set to sign a new long-term deal with St Johnstone just days after a failed bid from Peterborough United. (Daily Mail)

Virgil van Dijk says he is having the last laugh at his critics who told him not to sign for Celtic, after the Glasgow club qualified for the group stage of the Champions League. (Sun)

Meanwhile, Barcelona star Lionel Messi has claimed Celtic Park is the best atmosphere in European football as his side prepare for another round of Champions League matches against Neil Lennon's men. (Record)

Celtic have taken Fulham's German keeper Max Oberschmidt on loan to play in Uefa's new youth league. (Record)

Dundee United's Paul Paton has branded Celtic's Anthony Stokes a diver after the Irishman earned a free-kick from which he scored in Saturday's win at Tannadice. (Sun)

Hearts are planning to appeal Jamie Hamill's red card against Inverness after TV pictures showed the ball hitting his face and not his hand. (Sun)

Meanwhile, the Foundation of Hearts are setting in motion a bid to take over the cash-strapped Tynecastle club. (Scotsman)

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