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Former Rangers director Dave King fears Celtic will coast to 10-in-a-row unless he is allowed to rescue the Ibrox club. (Various)

Manchester United boss David Moyes is weighing up a move for Rangers wonderkid Robby McCrorie. (Sun)

Lisbon Lion Jim Craig, speaking ahead of the 20th anniversary of Fergus McCann's takeover at Celtic, says McCann is among the greatest figures in the club's history. (Record)

Scott Brown will learn next week whether he must hand back the Scotland armband to fit-again skipper Darren Fletcher. (Various)

Scotland's Alex Dunbar starring in Rome
Scotland's Alex Dunbar speeds across the Rome pitch in Usain Bolt mode

Aaron Doran believes Inverness CT are putting the frighteners on Premiership opposition again because talisman Richie Foran has returned to the side. (Record)

John Rankin extended his contract at Dundee United because he believes the current crop of stars at Tannadice are on the verge of making history. (Various)

Meanwhile, United could be set to raid Queen's Park to sign midfielder Blair Spittal. (Record)

Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell says the League One outfit are determined to finish their league campaign unbeaten. (Various)

Motherwell striker John Sutton has warned his side to ensure their two-game losing streak doesn't become a full-blown Premiership slump. (Various)

Aberdeen goal hero Jonny Hayes believes Celtic manager Neil Lennon was wrong to blame referee Craig Thomson for the league leaders losing their unbeaten run with defeat at Pittodrie. (Various)

Wigan and Scotland defender Gary Caldwell expects to return to competitive action before the end of the season as he continues his comeback from hip surgery. (Herald)


Alex Dunbar has been dubbed Scotland's answer to Usain Bolt after his two-try display in the Six Nations victory in Rome. (Various)

Darts player Gary Anderson insists the best way to decide whether Scotland should become independent is for Alex Salmond and David Cameron to settle the issue with a set of darts. (Sun)