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New Celtic forward Colin Kazim-Richards believes his playing style will make him the player rival fans love to hate.(Daily Mail)external-link

But Kazim-Richards, 29, believes people have the wrong impression of him and insists he can be a role model for Celtic's younger players. (Scotsman)external-link

Patrick Roberts, who has joined Celtic on loan from Manchester City, says playing like Lionel Messi comes naturally to him.(Daily Mail)external-link

Celtic winger Patrick Roberts
Roberts has joined Celtic on an 18-month loan deal

East Kilbride are likely to have more fans than Celtic at Sunday's Scottish Cup tie at the Excelsior Stadium. (Scotsman)external-link

Hearts boss Robbie Neilson landed his number one target in Abiola Dauda after the club sold Osman Sow to Henan Jianye. (Daily Record, print edition)

Rangers manager Mark Warburton declared himself content with the club's transfer dealings after securing Michael O'Halloran from St Johnstone on deadline day - his fourth signing of the window. (Daily Mail)external-link

Rangers forward Michael O'Halloran
O'Halloran had been the subject of previous failed bids before eventually joining Rangers

And Warburton is now planning six signings for the summer window. (Daily Record, print edition)

Aberdeen were upset that Inverness Caledonian Thistle refused to sanction a deal for midfielder Greg Tansey, despite the Dons meeting a £200,000 release clause valuation. (Daily Mail)external-link

Northern Ireland manager and former Hibernian player Michael O'Neill believes Easter Road boss Alan Stubbs has driven out the fear factor that once dogged Hibs.(Scotsman)external-link


American golfer Phil Mickelson has hinted he will play this year's Scottish Open at Castle Stuart.(Scotsman)external-link

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