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Celtic manager Neil Lennon says he won't apologise to Neymar or explain his defence of Scott Brown following the skipper's "soft" dismissal in the Champions League defeat by Barcelona. (Various)

Rangers chief executive Craig Mather insists the Ibrox club are not running out of money after they announced an operating loss of £14.4m. (Various)

Celtic defender Efe Ambrose suspects Barcelona's Brazilian star Neymar may have intended to get a player sent off in their Champions League clash. (Record)

Kilmarnock supporters have invited chairman Michael Johnston to a crisis meeting in an effort to draw a line under recent off-field problems. (Record)

Aberdeen winger Peter Pawlett insists fourth place is the least the Dons should be aiming for under Derek McInnes in this season. (Various)

Celtic captain Scott Brown receives his marching orders
Scott Brown received his marching orders following his challenge on Neymar

Scotland captain Darren Fletcher - sidelined since December 2011 through illness - has taken a step towards a long-awaited return to football after stepping up his training regime at Old Trafford. (Various)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan fears a backlash for Scott Brown following his dismissal in the Champions League defeat by Barcelona. (Sun)

Kris Commons insists Celtic must find their touch in front of goal to stand a chance of progressing from the Champions League group stage. (Sun)

Celtic's Charlie Mulgrew admits he should have buried the headed chance he spurned against Barcelona and can't stop replaying the incident in his mind. (Sun)

Dundee United are keen to bring Morgaro Gomis back to Tannadice for a second spell at the club. (Herald)


Scotland legend Gavin Hastings believes Stuart Hogg should feature in Scotland's Sevens squad at next summer's Commonwealth Games. (Mail)

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