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Celtic striker John Guidetti scored his first goal for the club in the League Cup defeat of Hearts - then sent out a plea to singer Paolo Nutini asking for tickets for his upcoming concert. (Daily Record)external-link

Former Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster is relishing life at Southampton after his £10m summer switch, and is hoping he will earn more England caps by playing in the Premier League. (Daily Record)

Partick Thistle midfielder Abdul Osman says lifting the League Cup with the Maryhill club would top the moment he scored the winning penalty for Northampton against Liverpool at Anfield in the English version of the competition. (Various)

Fears are growing that Rangers are set to delay the release of their annual results. (Daily Record)external-link

Keegan Bradley
American Ryder Cup star Keegan Bradley has revealed he has a soft spot for Celtic

Ibrox chief executive Graham Wallace has held talks with the UK-based broker of would-be Rangers investor Dave King. (Scottish Sun: Print edition)

Rangers youngster Ryan Hardie says he could barely believe he was sharing a bus with boyhood idol Kris Boyd after making his debut in the League Cup against Falkirk on Tuesday night. (Daily Record)

Caretaker manager James Fowler is the favourite to be named the new boss of Queen of the South. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney reckons he is well on his way to forming a deadly striker partnership with David Goodwillie.(Various)


Ryder Cup star Graeme McDowell has hit back at Phil Mickelson after the American made a jibe about the Northern Irishman's involvement in a legal battle with his Team Europe colleague Rory McIlroy. (Daily Record)

Scot Stephen Gallacher revealed Justin Rose won £150 from him by holing a bunker shot during their practice round at Gleneagles on Wednesday. (Daily Record)

Gallacher was delighted to receive a good luck message from former Celtic manager Martin O'Neill. (Scottish Sun: Print edition)

Colin Montgomerie is tipping Europe to see off the Americans in the Ryder Cup. (Daily Record)

And fans are also backing the Europeans to win this weekend, with bookmakers seeing a rush of bets placed on Paul McGinley's team. (Racing Post)

Captain McGinley has no problem with McIlroy using a brand new driver for the showdown with America. (Scotsman)external-link

Justin Rose is hoping to take on Phil Mickelson again this year, having beaten him in their two Ryder Cup meetings so far. (Scottish Sun: Print edition)

American Keegan Bradley has revealed he is a Celtic fan as a result of his friendship with the Scottish champions' owner Dermot Desmond. (Scottish Sun: Print edition)

Lynsey Sharp says a picture of Scottish sprint legend Alan Wells with her dad helped inspire her Commonwealth Games silver medal-winning performance. (Daily Record)

Edinburgh Rugby star Dave Denton is convinced his side will bounce back from their 62-13 hammering by Ospreys last week. (Scotsman)external-link

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