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Former Celtic hero John Hartson believes manager Neil Lennon will remain at the club until he achieves 10 title wins in a row. (The Star)

England under-21 manager Gareth Southgate has revealed that Celtic star Darnell Fisher is now on his radar. (The Record)

Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson says he was not fooled by a call from the prankster who ended Francisco Sandaza's career at the Ibrox club. (The Record)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes Celtic are favourites to win the Scottish Cup but feels his side are equipped to mount a strong challenge. (The Mail)

Scotland winger Matt Phillips has been told his season is all but over due to a serious ankle injury. (The Herald)

Celtic will honour former owner Fergus McCann as the club marks the 20th anniversary of the Canada-based businessman's takeover at the club. (The Scotsman)

Hibernian manager Terry Butcher insists the door is till open for Kevin Thomson to fight for a first-team place. (The Record)

Scotland legend John Collins has signed a deal to play for Galafairydean and could feature later in the season for the Lowland League side. (The Star)

Derek McInnes has defended the majority of Aberdeen fans after criticism over abuse directed by the Dons support towards Neil Lennon at Tynecastle on Sunday. (The Star)

Meanwhile Rangers boss Ally McCoist has demanded that thugs should not be allowed to drive Lennon out of Scottish football. (The Record)

The SPFL has confirmed that no further punishments will be handed out to Hearts if the club can exit administration before the start of the 2014-2015 season. (The Star)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes is aiming to tie up midfielders Ross Draper and James Vincent on new deals. (The Star)

Gavin Gunning looks set to miss Dundee United's cup clash with St Mirren on Sunday due to a knee injury which kept him out of last weekend's draw at Partick Thistle. (The Sun)

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