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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

The SPFL board are planning changes to their rulebook which could see clubs who enter administration being relegated instead of getting a points deduction. (Daily Express)

The SPFL has agreed a new seven-figure deal to broadcast games in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. (Daily Express)

And that agreement increases the possibility of a competitive Scottish match being played overseas. (Herald)

Hearts midfielder Scott Robinson hits out at manager Gary Locke for his direct tactics. (Various)

Free agents Prince Buaben and Morgaro Gomis played for Dundee United in a bounce game against Peterhead as they seek a return to Tannadice. (Daily Record)

Dundee United are to reward in-demand defender John Souttar with a new contract, with the teenager in no hurry to leave Tayside. (Sun)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher believes Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster is good enough to play for England, whether he stays in Scotland or not. (Daily Record)

Former manager Walter Smith welcomes the prospect of Dave King returning to the Rangers boardroom. (Various)

Defender Grant Hanley is tipped as a future Scotland captain by his manager at Blackburn, Gary Bowyer. (Daily Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Toulon's star winger Bryan Habana will miss Glasgow's visit in the Heineken Cup due to a hamstring injury. (Various)

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