Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rodgers, Rangers, Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs, St Mirren

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Dedryck Boyata is set to make a dramatic return for Celtic's festive double-header with Aberdeen and Rangers. The Belgian defender is back in training after missing four games with a hamstring injury. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Brendan Rodgers has revealed that his big guns are set to come out firing in the festive shoot-outs - to help his side end the year with a bang. (Scottish Daily Mail)external-link

Former Rangers loanee Nathan Oduwa was amazed to see Ovie Ejaria call time on his season-long loan at Ibrox after just six months to return to Anfield. (Daily Record)external-link

Derek Ferguson reckons Rangers need up to four new signings in January. (Scottish Sun)external-link

John McGinn has revealed which Celtic player Neil Lennon used to tell his Hibs team to target during matches between the two sides. (Scotsman)external-link

Derek McInnes has told Aberdeen stars Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven he wants contract answers by January. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Midfielder Peter Haring says Hearts must get Friday's 5-0 loss at Livingston "out of our heads as quickly as possible" as they prepare for Saturday's trip to Aberdeen. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin is visiting a specialist in London to try to speed up his recovery from a foot tendon problem. (Daily Record)external-link

St Mirren captain Stephen McGinn admits the club's return to the top division couldn't have gone any worse. (Herald)external-link

A leading charity has urged Scottish football to look again at its 'unsustainable' relationship with gambling. (Scottish Daily Mail)external-link

Aberdeen boss boss Derek McInnes says he will "do all I can" to keep Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven at Pittodrie. (Aberdeen Evening Express)external-link

Darren O'Dea called Kenny Miller to find the secret to his golden era - and knew precisely then he was destined to carry on hitting the heights despite his advancing years. (Herald)external-link


An historic golf club dating back almost 200 years has split its 18-hole course into two nine-holes - to encourage more time-strapped golfers to play. (Scotsman)external-link

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