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Kilmarnock will net £75,000 as former midfielder Craig Bryson makes the switch from Derby to Burnley. (Daily Express)

Mikael Lustig wants Celtic to take Champions League inspiration from Atletico Madrid's run to last season's final. (Various)

Everton boss Roberto Martinez thinks Alan Stubbs' appointment at Hibs is just reward for his "excellent work" coaching at Goodison Park. (Daily Express)

Stubbs's assistant with the Everton Under-21s, David Unsworth, has decided to remain at the Merseyside club. (Herald)

St Johnstone's hopes of bringing James Dunne back to Perth have been dashed, with the midfielder agreeing to join Portsmouth from Stevenage. (Sun)

Falkirk could net as much as £850,000 with various add-ons as full-back Stephen Kingsley prepares for a move to Swansea. (Daily Express)

And Falkirk are ready to bring in experienced former Hibs and Hearts full-back Alan Maybury as a player-coach. (Daily Express)

Berwick Rangers midfielder Lee Currie, who began his career at Hibs, is training with Hearts. (Daily Record)


Promoter Eddie Hearn is warning that defeat on Friday against Dejan Zlaticanin would almost certainly end former WBO champion Ricky Burns' career. (Herald)

Edinburgh head coach Alan Solomons expects a backlash from his native South Africa against Scotland on Saturday following last weekend's nail-biting 31-30 win over Wales. (Daily Mail)

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