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Ronny Deila has vowed to guide Celtic into the Champions League group stage following his appointment as Neil Lennon's successor. (Various)

Celtic's new manager received a message of congratulations from Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Stromsgodset supporters fear Celtic manager Ronny Deila will return to his former club to buy wonderkid midfielder Martin Odegaard.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Ally McCoist has urged Rangers supporters to back the team ahead of their tilt at the Championship next season. "It will be a tougher journey next year but we want them to come with us, hopefully all the way," he said. (Various)

New Celtic boss Ronny Deila
Celtic manager Ronny Deila will "develop uncut diamonds"

Gary Holt insists he hasn't turned his back on management despite leaving Falkirk to become part of new Norwich manager Neil Adams's coaching staff. (Various)

Ronny Deila says he hasn't decided whether to sign fit-again goalkeeper Craig Gordon and also revealed former Celtic midfielder John Collins is one of three or four names being considered to become his number two. (Various)

Peter Lawwell says Celtic's new manager fits the club's strategy of "developing the uncut diamonds of the game". (Various)

Celtic "have missed a trick" in appointing Ronny Deila at the expense of a Roy Keane or Henrik Larsson, according to former Celtic striker Chris Sutton.

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Rangers supporters should be happy Kenny Miller has returned to Ibrox because he'll score 20 goals in the Championship next season, according to former Rangers skipper Barry Ferguson.

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New St Mirren goalkeeper Mark Ridgers admits he can't wait for the new season to begin after agreeing a two-year deal.

Full story: Daily Record

Rangers are poised to sign central defender Darren McGregor, who is out of contract at St Mirren, after seeing off competition from Championship rivals Hearts.

Full story: Daily Mail


Andy Murray feels a return to grass and the buzz of defending his Wimbledon title will help him bounce back form his French Open hammering at the hands of Rafael Nadal. (Various)

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