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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Brazilian club Coritiba have made a shock move to take Colin Kazim-Richards off Celtic's hands. (Various)

The travel plans of Scotland players and fans for Saturday's friendly clash with Euro 2016 hosts France have been thrown into doubt by a planned strike by air traffic controllers. (Various)

Hibs are facing up to the prospect of losing Alan Stubbs after their Scottish Cup-winning head coach entered talks with Rotherham United regarding their managerial vacancy. (Various)

Neil Lennon insists there is no shame in losing out to Brendan Rodgers in the race for the Celtic job. (Various)

Colin Kazim-Richards in action for Celtic
Colin Kazim-Richards scored twice in 13 games for Celtic after arriving in January

Celtic's Belgium defender Dedryck Boyata has been ruled out of Euro 2016 with a hamstring injury and is a major doubt for the early Champions League qualifiers. (Scottish Sun)

Mark Bosnich reckons Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic can be a huge success in the big leagues of England, Spain or Italy. (Various)

Hamilton right-back Ziggy Gordon could be heading to Poland - as Jagiellonia Bialystok weigh up a move. (Scottish Sun, print edition)

Richie Foran has vowed to make Caley Thistle a club united after his appointment as manager yesterday. (Press and Journal)

Darren Fletcher hopes Andy Murray's exploits in Paris can inspire Scotland ahead of their own trip to France. (Various)

Departing Dundee defender Paul McGinn is a target for ambitious English outfit Fleetwood Town. (The Courier)

Gary Lineker has revealed Graeme Souness wanted him to become part of his 1980s Rangers revolution before Barcelona came calling. (Daily Record/Sun)

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee is still waiting to hear whether four senior players - Scott McDonald, Stephen McManus, Keith Lasley and Steven Hammell - have decided to accept the club's offer of new contracts on reduced wages. (The Times, print edition)

OTHER GOSSIP

Less than 36 hours after beating Michele Di Rocco to become Scotland's first triple-weight world champion, Ricky Burns was back in the gym and pounding the roads. (Scottish Sun)

Russell Knox will be the sole Scot at the US Open at Oakmont in a fortnight unless Jimmy Gunn repeats last year's feat by qualifying for the season's second major. (Scotsman, print edition)

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