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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Brendan Rodgers has thanked his Celtic paymasters for their unstinting support over the past three months - and vowed to repay them by reaching the group stage of the Champions League. (Various)

Lee Wallace wants to end his playing career at Rangers and then manage the Ibrox club one day. (Scottish Sun)

Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic are in perfect shape to land a £20m Champions League jackpot. (Scottish Sun)

Dundee midfielder Michael Duffy insists Rangers goalscorer Harry Forrester should have been sent off before he was hauled off. (Various)

Former Rangers player Andy Little says the Ibrox club will be getting the new Stevie Naismith if they can sign Preston striker Joe Garner. (Various)

Preston striker Joe Garner holds off Stoke's Ryan Shawcross in a pre-season friendly
Could Preston striker Joe Garner (left) - a target for Rangers - be the 'new Stevie Naismith'?

Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic will be totally fearless in their final steps towards the Champions League. (Daily Record)

Stoke City believe they are edging closer to landing Dundee United kid Harry Souttar, the younger brother of Hearts stopper John. (Scottish Sun, newspaper edition)

Aberdeen defender Graeme Shinnie believes it is only a matter of time before the Dons start turning their dominance into goals. (Courier)

Hibs skipper David Gray insists the Easter Road outfit have the know-how to win promotion in their third season in the Championship. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter insists they are still to hit top gear in their Premiership title drive. (The National)

Hitman Maor Buzaglo reckons Celtic should be scared of Hapoel Beer Sheva. (Daily Record)

Ross County forward Liam Boyce dedicated his Highland derby hat-trick to his baby daughter after his goals helped the Staggies record a 3-2 victory against rivals Caley Thistle on Saturday. (Press and Journal)

OTHER GOSSIP

Eilidh Doyle says she wants to 'embrace' the Olympic atmosphere in Rio after admitting she was 'almost scared' to take it in in London. (Various)

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