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Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd reckons Ibrox chairman Dave King made "false promises" on spending over the summer and warns that manager Mark Warburton could walk away if he is not given more funds in the transfer market. (Various)

Former Kilmarnock playmaker Alexei Eremenko has rejected an approach from Dundee United to join Finnish champions SJK. (Daily Express)

Celtic are making good progress lining up a loan move for Manchester City teenager Patrick Roberts. (Herald)

Goalkeeper Dan Twardzik is leaving Motherwell after not featuring at all this season. (Various)

Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean vows to keep working hard in order to realise his dream of playing for Scotland. (Daily Express)

Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke is demanding a response to last weekend's 5-1 loss at Dundee United, saying his players cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves. (Daily Record)

St Mirren are keen on a loan move for Aberdeen midfielder Cammy Smith. (Sun)

Andy Halliday's mum has had her say on the Rangers midfielder's sending off at Morton, insisting the first pump that led to his second booking is his standard goal celebration. (Sun)

Former Scotland captain Gary McAllister thinks top flight Scottish club need to bring back a reserve league to give younger players a taste of more experienced opposition. (Daily Mail)

McAllister also thinks Rangers will regret missing out on target Toumani Diagouraga, who joined his former club Leeds United last week. (Daily Record)

East Kilbride striker Sean Winter will miss the Scottish Cup showdown with Celtic after deciding against cancelling a family holiday to Australia. (Sun)

Scotland striker Ross McCormack is refusing to play for Fulham in a bid to force through a move to Middlesbrough. (Daily Mail)

Scotland's women suffered their heaviest defeat in over 10 years last night, losing 6-0 to Sweden in an indoor friendly match. (The National)

BBC Sportscene pundit Pat Nevin says he is not concerned by Dundee manager Paul Hartley's scathing assessment of his television analysis. (Daily Record)


Centre Alex Grove has made a loan move from Worcester to London Scottish in a bid to revive his international career. (Sun)

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