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Neil Lennon makes 'very firm offer' to take Anthony Stokes back to Hibernian

Neil Lennon has extended a "very firm offer" to Anthony Stokes as he seeks to strengthen his Hibernian squad.

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Ramsay hopes young daughter can prevent him going 'off kilter' in Open challenge

Scotland's Richie Ramsay hopes his 16-month-old daughter can prevent him going "off kilter" as he challenges for the Open title at Royal Birkdale.

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Celtic take action against Green Brigade fans

Celtic have announced they will close the "Green Brigade section" of their stadium for the next two matches after "serious incidents of unsafe behaviour" at their previous two home games.

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Grace Reid finishes fourth in three metre springboard in Budapest

Scotland's Grace Reid secured an impressive fourth-placed finish in the three metre springboard at the World Aquatics Championship in Budapest.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp 'loves' Andy Robertson's incredible journey

Jurgen Klopp has hailed Andy Robertson's "incredible personal journey" after signing the Scotland international from Hull.

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Greg Stewart: I was running on empty as I struck Aberdeen opener

Greg Stewart admitted he had little energy left when he struck the goal that sent Aberdeen on their way to the third qualifying round of the Europa League.

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Sir Chris Hoy urges British Cycling members to back reforms in open letter

Sir Chris Hoy has warned British cycling members they risk bringing an end to the sport's era of success if they fail to back governance reforms at an extraordinary general meeting of its national councils on Saturday.

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Jane Ross' shoulder injury deals another Euro 2017 blow to Scotland Women

Scotland Women have suffered another Euro 2017 blow after Jane Ross was all but ruled out of their final two group games.

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Motherwell look into newspaper claims about Jacob Blyth's behaviour on holiday

Boss Stephen Robinson confirmed Motherwell are looking into allegations about striker Jacob Blyth's behaviour on holiday.

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Rory Currie ready to bring the heat for Hearts boss Ian Cathro

Rory Currie believes he is in the best place possible to develop under Hearts head coach Ian Cathro.

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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits mistakes despite Europa League progression

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admitted he got his Europa League preparations wrong - but no damage was done after his side won 2-0 against Siroki Brijeg to ease through.

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Bruno Alves 'proud to join Rangers' even without European football

Bruno Alves played down the importance of European football in his decision to sign for Rangers.

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Scotland will go all guns blazing for Portugal win - Lisa Evans

Scotland will go "all guns blazing" at Portugal as Anna Signeul's crestfallen team attempt to salvage their Women's European Championship campaign.

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Jim O'Brien signs for Ross County

Jim O'Brien has made his Ross County switch permanent after signing a two-year deal, the Staggies have announced.

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Scottish Professional Football League board is on course for a shake-up

The Scottish Professional Football League board is on course for a shake-up at Monday's vote.

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Hibernian bring in Lithuania striker Deivydas Matulevicius

Hibernian have signed Lithuania striker Deivydas Matulevicius subject to international clearance.

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Danny Wilson ready to fight for his place at Rangers

Danny Wilson insists he is ready to battle Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso for a slot in the Rangers defence.

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I feared my career was over, admits Kilmarnock new boy Burke

Chris Burke says he is determined to make the most of his chance at Kilmarnock after fearing health problems might spell the end of his playing career.

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Xavier Tomas had no idea Hamilton had spent money on him

Hamilton new boy Xavier Tomas says he feels no added pressure after becoming Accies' first paid-for player in eight years - because they never told him.

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R&A chief Slumbers: Open coverage was 'outdated' at BBC and is now 'world class'

Chief executive Martin Slumbers insists the R&A has no regrets about the decision to ditch terrestrial television after labelling the BBC's Open coverage "tired and outdated".

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