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Scottish FA compliance officer Vincent Lunny has quit his post after less than three years in the job. Lunny is expected to return to legal work.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Mark Venus, former number two to Tony Mowbray at Hibs, has been tipped as the favourite to return to Easter Road to succeed Terry Butcher.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Former Motherwell defender Shaun Hutchinson has thanked the Fir Park outfit for helping him earn a dream move to Fulham. "I'm very appreciative of what everyone at the club has done," he said. (Various)

New Hibs chief executive Leeann Dempster's masterplan at Easter Road includes improving grassroots football, a review of the Academy structure and developing a common style of play based on attacking football.

Kris Boyd
Kris Boyd is a striker in demand

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Fed-up goalkeeper Chris Dilo has accused St Mirren of forcing him out of the club. "St Mirren had offered me a new deal," said Dilo.

"We were just in discussions about the salary. All of a sudden I learned that they had signed a new goalkeeper [Mark Ridgers]."

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Striker Tony Watt, who spent last season on loan at Belgian club Lierse, aims to prove he has a future at Celtic under new manager Ronny Deila.

Full story: Daily Express

Aberdeen are in pole position to sign striker Kris Boyd from Premiership rivals Kilmarnock.

Full story: The Scotsman

Kilmarnock goalkeeper Antonio Reguero, who once starred for Inverness CT, will cross the Highland football divide after announcing he will join Ross County next season. (Various)


Hooker Scott Lawson hopes to have laid down a marker in Scotland's rugby wins over the USA and Canada before leaving Vern Cotter's squad - as planned - at the weekend. (Various)

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