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Scottish FA president Rod Petrie has hit out at Rangers chief Stewart Robertson over "inaccuracies" in his interview about the possibility of introducing Colts teams. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Aberdeen are poised to make a move to bring Clark Robertson back to Pittodrie while defender Mikey Devlin is set to be offered a short-term deal. (Press & Journal)external-link

Hapoel Be'er Sheva are keen on Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton, with Maccabi Tel Aviv also interested in taking the Israel international back home. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Ibrox legend Ally McCoist reckons Rangers could get up to £30m if they're forced to sell star winger Ryan Kent in the summer. (Daily Record)external-link

German side VfL Bochum have joined the race for Rangers playmaker Ianis Hagi, according to reports in his native Romania. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Christian Doidge insists former Hibs manager John Collins was wrong to say his strike partner Kevin Nisbet does not work hard enough off the ball. (Daily Record)external-link

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin calls for the five substitutes rule to be made permanent - to help Scottish clubs develop younger players. (Herald)external-link

Brighton vow to get Republic of Ireland Ireland defender Shane Duffy "back on his feet" after an unsuccessful loan spell at Celtic. (Scotsman)external-link

Fleetwood Town's highly-rated teenager Josh Feeney is attracting interest from a host of English Premier League clubs and Celtic. (Daily Mail)external-link

Ross County manager John Hughes has no complaints over his touchline ban which will force him to sit in the stand for the Staggies' two remaining Premiership matches. (Press & Journal)external-link

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