Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, Motherwell, Hibs

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Scotland is set to become the first country in Europe to ban children from heading a football in games, following new evidence linking the game with dementia. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has urged Scottish football chiefs to help the Old Firm's Europa League hopes by giving them Sunday night fixtures. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara attracting interest from the Premier League with Brighton and Crystal Palace ready to make offers for the Finland international in January. (Daily Mail)external-link

Celtic boss Neil Lennon reveals he's had heart-to-heart talk with Greg Taylor over the former Kilmarnock full-back's lack of playing time. (Sun)external-link

Paul Heckingbottom insists he'll fight on as Hibs head coach after watching his side fall to within a point of the bottom of the Premiership table after throwing away a two-goal lead against Ross County. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Defender Filip Helander is hoping for more game time at Rangers as he declares his midweek performance in Porto his best performance. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits he kept looking for flaws in impressive summer signing Hatem Abd Elhamed, given the modest £1.6m transfer fee for the Israel defender. (Sunday Mail)external-link

In-form striker Sam Cosgrove is desperate to give Celtic a European hangover and finally kill off painful memories of his disastrous Aberdeen debut. (Sun)external-link

Captain Scott Brown says Celtic are 'fresh and ready' for today's Aberdeen clash after a gruelling win over Lazio on Thursday. (Sun)external-link

Motherwell defender Bevis Mugabi says he would take a shock first start at Ibrox in his stride after walking out in front of 75,000 at the Africa Cup of Nations in June. (Sun)external-link

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