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Rangers face a fresh crisis after it emerged they may not have raised enough money from season ticket sales to pay off the short-term loans they took out to keep the wolf from the door.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Owen Coyle and not David Moyes is the man to succeed Neil Lennon as Celtic manager, according to former Partick Thistle boss Ian McCall.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Speaking ahead of the Premiership play-off second leg against Hamilton Accies, Hibs midfielder Kevin Thomson says the Easter Road fans believe he deserves a new deal.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Neil Lennon's successor at Celtic will be given the funds to maintain their dominance in Scotland's top flight and stay in the Champions League, according to chief executive Peter Lawwell.

Full story: Sunday Sun

Former Celtic midfielder Paul Hartley, now manager at Dundee, believes Neil Lennon is doing the right thing to leave the Scottish Premiership champions without having a job lined up. Hartley left Alloa in similar circumstances before taking up the managerial reins at Dens Park.

Full story: Sunday Sun

Billy Stark believes Sheffield United midfielder Stefan Scougall is the man to keep Scotland U-21s' European Championships hopes alive.

Full story: Sunday Sun

Henrik Larsson does want the Celtic manager's job, and the club would regret it if they don't appoint him, says former Celtic midfielder and assistant boss Murdo MacLeod.

Full story: Sunday Herald

Hamilton striker Mickael Antoine-Curier hopes to be plying his trade in the Scottish Premiership next season, even if Accies don't see off Hibs in their play-off. (Various)

Roy Keane has moved up the pecking order in the race to succeed Neil Lennon at Celtic, with the Irishman refusing to rule himself out of the running.

Full story: Sunday Express

Scotland boss Gordon Strachan has hailed the performance of Stuart McCall at Motherwell and as a coach of the national side.

Full story: Sunday Express

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