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Celtic are eyeing a bid for Huddersfield striker James Vaughan in January - manager Neil Lennon watched him score a penalty in Huddersfield's Championship win over Burnley on Saturday, where he was also assessing Danny Ings. (Scottish Sun)

Lennon has told striker Georgios Samaras and midfielder Joe Ledley that he wants a response to the contract offers they were made by the end of the month. (Mail on Sunday)

The Celtic boss says he will be looking at "British-types" rather than going abroad as he seeks someone to replace the goal threat once offered by Gary Hooper. (Sunday Mail)

Scott Brown, the Celtic captain, wants to end his career at the club, saying he can see himself staying for "a lot longer" than the 18 months he has left on his contract. (Sunday Express)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall admits the 1-0 Scottish Cup defeat by Albion Rovers is a career low. (Various)

Falkirk will send a bill to Rangers for the repair of their artificial pitch after a visiting fan threw a flare during the clubs' Scottish Cup match. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist says his team are not scared of any team they might face in the next round of the Cup. (Various)

McCoist will meet new chief executive Graham Wallace in the coming week to approve the appointment of a new chief scout. (Mail on Sunday)


Scottish cyclist Ross Edgar says he knew he had the speed to win the flying lap event at the Revolution at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow on Saturday. (Sunday Herald)

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