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Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd has revealed he wants to make one last move in his football career, probably in the summer. (Daily Record)

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch believes winning the Scottish Cup would be as big as reaching the 2008 Uefa Cup final. (Various)

Skipper Keith Lasley insists Motherwell's early cup exits can only help them secure European football again. (Various)

Former Hearts boss Csaba Laszlo has pulled out of the race to become manager of Stenhousemuir. (Various)

Aberdeen midfielder Willo Flood could get his first Ireland cap after impressing national manager Roy Keane in the win over Celtic. (Daily Express)

Celtic and Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish thinks Darren Fletcher's return to action will push the national side towards Euro 2016 qualification. (The Sun)

Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara says full-back Andrew Robertson would be able to handle the pressure of a Scotland call-up. (Various)

SPFL chiefs have scrapped a proposal to automatically relegate clubs that go into administration. (Various)

Former Rangers striker Nacho Novo has signed for English League One side Carlisle United until the end of the season. (Various)

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