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Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace had a secret dressing-room clear-the-air meeting with players to reassure them their wages and future were secure, claiming the £3m raised by the recent share issue had stabilised the Ibrox cash crisis.(Sunday Mail)external-link

Rangers manager Ally McCoist is dreaming of renewing his club's rivalry with Celtic in the Scottish League Cup final. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Celtic manager Ronny Deila says he would welcome the Scottish champions being paired with old city rivals Rangers in one of the cup competitions this season.(Sunday Herald)external-link

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon thinks it is disrespectful of new boss Ronny Deila to question the fitness of the squad he left behind. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher
Aston Villa, Hull City and Stoke City are said to be monitoring Darren Fletcher's future at Old Trafford

Malky Mackay has been linked with the vacant manager's job at Fulham after the former Cardiff City boss was spotted at Craven Cottage on Saturday during the Championship match against Blackburn Rovers. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Dundee manager Paul Hartley has been added to the list of candidates in the frame to replace the sacked Felix Magath at Fulham. (Mail on Sunday, print edition)

Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher is facing a battle to save his Manchester United career after being squeezed out the team by new signings Daley Blind, Angel Di Maria and Ander Herrera, with a January transfer a possibility.(Sunday Mirror)external-link

Everton manager Roberto Martinez is determined to keep Glasgow-born midfielder James McCarthy at Goodison Park following widespread interest in the Republic of Ireland international.(Sky Sports)external-link

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson has revealed the rigorous training regime, including triple sessions twice a week. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Queen of the South caretaker manager James Fowler says he will resign if he is not given the job full-time soon. (The Sun, print edition)

Gary Lineker tweeted a message congratulating Lewis Vaughan for making his debut against Rangers - because the Raith Rovers striker's uncle introduced the former England international to his model wife. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Former Rangers midfielder John Fleck is to open talks about an extended contract with Coventry City. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Scotland's hosting of matches during the Euro 2020 finals could boost the nation's economy by £20m. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

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