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Celtic manager Neil Lennon has accused Hibernian of "shocking", "reckless" and "rugbyesque" tackling to secure a 1-1 draw at Easter Road.

Ajax coach Frank de Boer, ahead of his side's domestic 1-1 draw with Twente, has confirmed that striker Bojan Krkic will miss both Champions League games against Celtic.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Gordon Strachan says nothing could tempt him away from his "perfect" job as Scotland manager.

Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has given a clear hint that captain Darren Fetcher, the Manchester United midfielder who has been battling a chronic bowel condition, could be part of the national side by the time the Euro 2016 campaign kicks off.

Full story: Scotland on Sundayexternal-link

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan says that, while he was Celtic manager, he thought about signing Steven Naismith, but the forward now with Everton's preference was to join Rangers.

Full story: Sunday Expressexternal-link

Kilmarnock midfielder Rabiu Ibrahim
Kilmarnock await news of Ibrahim, who was stretchered off against Ross County

Scotland's friendly against Norway next month could be switched to Bergen to commemorate the 50th anniversary of one of the home side's greatest wins - when their team of amateurs defeated a Scots side including Denis Law, Jim Baxter and Dave Mackay 4-3.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

On the advice of police, Brian Stockbridge, the Rangers finance director, has had to improve the security system at his family home with a "panic button" after a photograph of the property was published on the front page of a newspaper on Friday.

Full story: Scotland on Sundayexternal-link

Hearts supporters want the club's Tynecastle Stadium to be designated a listed building to prevent it being turned into flats as they fear Ukio Bankas, the club's main creditor, could refuse a fans' buyout and sell it to developers to recoup their debt.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Ross County manager Derek Adams has claimed that his club can only aspire to Scottish Premiership survival unless a new benefactor can be found to bankroll his first-team squad.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday (print edition)

Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston is hopeful that midfielder Rabiu Ibrahim will be given the all-clear by doctors after collapsing during their side's 2-0 win over Ross County.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Former Dundee United striker Johnny Russell has targeted Derby County's match against Bournemouth on 23 November for his comeback from a broken leg.

Full story: The Sun on Sunday (print edition)

Coventry City manager Steven Pressley has claimed that League One, the third tier in England, is as good as the Scottish Premiership.

Full story: The Sun on Sunday (print edition)


Marathon runner Freya Ross will remain a full-time sportswoman despite being among a number of athletes to lose lottery funding.

Full story: Scotland on Sunday (print edition)

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