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  1. Scotland's women qualify for Euro 2017 finals
  2. 'We can't wait for the Euros next summer' - head coach Anna Signeul
  3. Joey Barton says club-imposed Rangers ban is 'wrong'
  4. Celtic's Armstrong reflects on rollercoaster week
  5. Pele meets fans in Glasgow

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By Keir Murray

All times stated are UK

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  3. McInnes plans Dons deal talks with McGinn

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is keen to tie forward Niall McGinn up on a new contract.

    The Northern Ireland international, 29, is in the last year of his current Pittodrie deal, having scored 58 goals for the Dons since 2012.

    "It was post-match after a game several weeks ago that Niall came out and said he was keen to stay and that's music to my ears and everybody at the clubs' ears," said McInnes, whose side visit Dundee on Sunday.

    "We let the transfer window go there and we will get a conversation with his representative and hopefully we can sit down and iron something out and get that done.

    "Because if there is a willingness from Niall then there is certainly a willingness from us to keep him here, because he has been different class since he's been here and such a key player. If we can get that done, it will be brilliant news."

    Niall McGinn and Derek McInnes
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  9. Pele in Glasgow

    Edson Arantes do Nascimento, aka Pele, is making an appearance in Glasgow this evening and we're hoping to hear from the Brazil great later.

    It is 50 years since Pele's last appearance in Glasgow - for Brazil in a 1-1 draw with Scotland at Hampden.

    Image caption: Pele is in Glasgow
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  14. Scotland's 'fantastic achievment'

    Reacting to Scotland's women booking their place at the Euro 2017 finals, head coach Anna Signeul said: "To qualify is a fantastic achievement. I'm so proud of all the girls. We can't wait for the Euros next summer!!"

    Scotland goalkeeper Gemma Fay added: "To all of the Tartan Army, if you don't have plans for next summer, we'll see you in Holland for Euro 2017!!"  

    Scotland head coach Anna Signeul
    Image caption: Anna Signeul: "We can't wait for the Euros next summer!"
    Scotland goalkeeper Gemma Fay
    Image caption: Gemma Fay: "We'll see you [the Tartan Army] in Holland for Euro 2017!"
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  17. Job well done!

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  19. Success for Scotland women

    Finland's defeat by Portugal means Scotland women are assured at least one of the six best runners-up spots in Euro 2017 qualifying and a place in next year's finals in the Netherlands.

    It will be Scotland women's first major tournament.

    Jane Ross and Anna Signeul
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