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Summary

  1. Celtic sign defender Cristian Gamboa from West Brom
  2. Tony Watt & Lee Wallace called into Scotland squad ahead of World Cup qualifier
  3. Leigh Griffiths, Kieran Tierney, James McArthur & Kevin McDonald drop out
  4. Hibernian & Rangers cited over Scottish Cup final disorder
  5. Defender Conrad Balatoni leaves Kilmarnock

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By Keir Murray and Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  2. Watt gets the call

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    Tony Watt
  3. Scotland changes

    Tom English

    BBC Sport Scotland

    "Scotland missing c/midfielders: Scott Brown (retired), James McArthur, Kevin McDonald (injured), James Morrison still not 100%. Fletcher and McGinn on Sunday?"  

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  6. Marshall signs for Hull

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  9. Champions League a bonus for Gamboa

    Keir Murray

    BBC Scotland at Lennoxtown

    Celtic's new signing Cristian Gamboa says Champions League football was simply "a plus" in his decision to move from West Brom.

    The 26-year-old right-back, who has also played in right midfield and as a right winger, says he expects to have to fight for his place, with Mikael Lustig and Saidy Janko also vying for the defensive position.

    Gamboa says he spoke to Brendan Rodgers three days ago. "I know the way he plays," said the player.

    Cristian Gamboa
    Image caption: Gamboa will compete for the right-back slot at Celtic
  10. Celtic parade new signing

  11. Clubs cited over cup final disorder

    Hibernian and Rangers have been issued with notices of complaint by the Scottish FA's compliance officer in relation to disorder at the Scottish Cup final. 

    A pitch invasion took place after Hibs beat Rangers 3-2. The clubs are alleged to have breached disciplinary rule 311, which states "damage was sustained to Hampden...as a consequence of misbehaviour by supporters of your club". 

    They have until 6 September to respond to the notices of complaint. Principal hearing dates have been set for Hibs on 4 October and Rangers the following day.

    Police lines at the Scottish Cup final
  12. Old Firm moving to England?

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland

    English Football League clubs are being consulted on proposals to change the structure of the leagues, which includes introducing new clubs to the set-up to accommodate a fifth division. 

    The clubs are currently being asked for feedback on where these clubs might come from, including the possibility of looking into the involvement of Celtic and Rangers. 

    The EFL hope to finish the consultation process early next year, draw up a final proposal and then hold a vote amongst member clubs next summer. No discussions have been held with either Old Firm club in the meantime.

    Celtic v Rangers
    Image caption: The English clubs are being consulted over the Old Firm
  13. Buaben move to Ross County off

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Ross County have failed to reach agreement with Hearts midfielder Prince Buaben. County had hoped to sign Buaben on a free transfer but the deal fell through due to personal terms.

    Prince Buaben
  14. Marshall completes Hull move

    Hull City have signed Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall from Cardiff City on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

    It is understood the deal for the 31-year-old could be worth up to £5m, depending on add-on clauses.

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    David Marshall
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  18. Meanwhile, in golf...

    Russell Knox has missed out on being selected for the European Ryder Cup team to play the United States in Hazeltine, Minnesota next month.

    The Florida-based Scot, ranked 20th in the world and 10th on the World Points list for the Ryder Cup, had hoped to be one of Darren Clarke's wildcard picks.

    With five rookies among the qualifiers, captain Clarke has chosen experienced duo Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer.

    And Belgium's Thomas Pieters has pipped Knox, 31, to the third wildcard spot.

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    Scottish golfer Russell Knox has missed out on place in the Ryder Cup
    Image caption: Scottish golfer Russell Knox has missed out on place in the Ryder Cup
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  20. Celtic clinch Gamboa signing

    Celtic have signed Costa Rica right-back Cristian Gamboa for an undisclosed fee from English Premier League side West Brom.

    The 26-year-old has agreed a three-year deal with the Scottish champions.

    Gamboa, who has made more than 160 club appearances, has previously played in Denmark and Norway and has 47 caps for his country.

    He played all five matches as Costa Rica reached the 2014 World Cup quarter-finals in Brazil and also featured at this year's Copa America.

    Defender Cristian Gamboa in action for West Brom
    Image caption: Celtic have signed Cristian Gamboa from West Brom