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Georgios Samaras won't travel to Turkey for Celtic's participation in the Antalya Cup in order to decide his future. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist says he has forgiven Stenhousemuir striker John Gemmell for his Twitter criticism, joking that he receives much worse at home. (Various)

Celtic striker Georgios Samaras
Georgios Samaras is mulling over his Celtic future

Celtic target Hiroki Yamada, who was on trial at the league leaders, has signed a new contract at Jubilo Iwata. (Record)

English Championship outfit Nottingham Forest are weighing up a January move for in-form Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd. (Sun)

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster has told Rangers to ask for a rule change if they are unhappy with their run of fixtures. (Sun)

Neil Lennon has praised Kris Commons for his impressive displays at Celtic and revealed the club will take up the option of extending the 30-year-old's contract for another season. (Herald)

St Mirren boss Danny Lennon aims to sign two players in January - one of whom will be a striker - during the January transfer window. (Mail)

Defender Michael Hector wants to return to Aberdeen on loan for the rest of the season and will hold talks with Reading boss Nigel Adkins over his future. (Mail)

Alan Archibald declared his Partick Thistle side all but safe from automatic relegation after victory at Hearts saw them move 20 points clear of the Edinburgh club. (Mail)

Kilmarnock will retain Jackson Irvine and Micahel Gardyne for the season but release Reuben Gabriel and Ibrahim Rabiu. (Express)

Jackie McNamara is anxiously counting the days until the transfer window closes after Everton's Roberto Martinez ran the rule over Dundee United's youngsters in the draw with Hibs. (Express)

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