Scottish Gossip: Scott Brown, Celtic, Rangers, Hibernian, Cammy Bell

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Scott Brown boasted that Celtic's victory over Rangers was easy, saying "it was pretty much men against boys". (Scottish Sun)

Hat-trick hero Moussa Dembele took care of Rangers then insisted Celtic are more than capable of going to Barcelona and getting a result in the Champions League on Tuesday. (Sunday Express)

Dembele declared himself ready for the Nou Camp after destroying Rangers with a perfect hat-trick on his Old Firm debut. (Mail on Sunday)

Emotional Brendan Rodgers dedicated Celtic's stunning Old Firm win to the memory of Jock Stein and his late father. (Sunday Mail)

Mark Warburton apologised to the Rangers fans and held his hands up over their Celtic Park thumping. (Sunday Express)

Warburton insists there is no yawning chasm in class between Rangers and Celtic despite his team enduring an emphatic defeat at Celtic Park. (Mail on Sunday)

Derek McInnes has told Aberdeen's fans there is no need to panic, despite notching up a third draw in five games against Inverness CT and already trailing leaders Celtic by six points. (Sunday Mail)

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Scott Brown (left) led Celtic to an emphatic derby victory over Rangers

Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon hailed goalkeeper Cammy Bell for his first-half hat-trick of penalty stops against Dunfermline, describing his saves from Gavin Reilly, Nicky Clark and Paul McMullan as "absolutely magnificent". (Scottish Sun)

Match-winner Jason Cummings came under fire from boss Neil Lennon, despite his penalty earning Hibernian a 1-0 victory at Dumbarton. Lennon was unhappy with Cummings' overall performance, saying he missed "two or three sitters". (Sunday Herald)

Ryan Gauld is adamant his move to Portugal has been a success, despite knowing there are people in Scotland waiting for him to fail. (Scottish Sun)


Jamie Murray won his second Grand Slam doubles title of the year at the US Open and then joked, "Get it up you Andy" to his brother who "only" managed to win one. (Sunday Mail)

After his US Open success Jamie Murray urged the Scottish government to back his mother Judy's plans for a tennis centre near Dunblane. (Mail on Sunday)

Angry Alan Solomons has blasted the knockers who have branded his Edinburgh side boring and unadventurous, insisting it is results that matter, not the way they are achieved. (Sunday Express)

Libby Clegg says she would never cheat to win a race after being disqualified then reinstated before winning gold in the T11 100m at the Paralympics in Rio. (Scotland on Sunday)

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