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Manager Neil Lennon admits he has questioned whether he has taken Celtic as far as he can but says thoughts of leaving are "not high on my agenda at the minute". (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist and academy operations manager Craig Mulholland have presented chief executive Graham Wallace with a plan to improve the club's scouting system. (Various)

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster claims that if he was good enough to earn his first England cap with Celtic then there's no reason for him to move to claim a World Cup place. (Various)

Ahead of taking his St Johnstone team to Celtic Park, manager Tommy Wright, a former goalkeeper, believes Forster will have to move to stay in contention for England caps. (Mail on Sunday)

Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish thinks midfielder Charlie Adam still has something to offer the national team. (Various)

Hearts manager Gary Locke says the rumour that club owner-in-waiting Ann Budge will replace him with former Scotland boss Craig Levein is nothing but "pure speculation". (Various)

Billy Dodds believes it is a "certainty" that striker Stevie May will leave St Johnstone in the summer, and praises the player for his work ethic and improved game awareness. (Sunday Herald)

Jimmy Calderwood has been sacked as manager of Dutch side De Graafschap after only 29 days in charge because of a dispute with the club's hierarchy. (The Sun)

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