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Paul Murray has reacted furiously to news that he's already lost his bid to be elected to the Rangers board at tomorrow's AGM at Ibrox. (Daily Record)

Meanwhile, Murray insists he would not support a boycott at Rangers if he is not elected to the board. (The Star)

Former Rangers keeper Neil Alexander is taking the club to court for breaching his contract over his wage rise when Allan McGregor left Ibrox. (The Star)

Celtic will travel to Turkey next month to participate in the Antayla Winter Cup, where they will face Champions League adversaries Ajax. (Daily Record).

Meanwhile, Celtic are poised to move for Huddersfield Town midfielder Oliver Norwood. (The Sun)

Kenny Miller is expected to stay with Vancouver Whitecaps ahead of next season, despite interest from Rangers. (The Herald)

Former Rangers midfielder Rino Gattuso is dismayed by allegations of match fixing against him while at AC Milan. (Daily Record)

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is keen to draft in another striker to boost his front line options when the January transfer window opens. (Daily Record)

The SPFL have no plans to follow Uefa rules over abandoned matches by starting the match at the point and scoreline when they were halted. (Daily Record)

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