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Rumour Mill: Benni McCarthy to Hibs | Celtic’s ‘wildcard’ | Warburton wants two more | Di Canio No.2 for Rangers?

Premiership
Neil Doncaster says clubs deserve credit for merging the SPL and the SPFL. Pic: SNS

Doncaster: Game coped ‘remarkably well’ with Rangers’ plight

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Kolo Toure in Glasgow, where he was expected to sign a one-year deal with Celtic. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Kolo Toure’s Celtic arrival hasn’t closed door on ‘wild card’

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Eoghan OConnell of Celtic vies for possession with Leonardo Ulloa of Leicester. 
Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty

Celtic 1-1 Leicester: English champions win on penalties

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Hearts Sam Nicholson calls on fans to lay off Robbie Neilson

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Hibs chief Leeann Dempster set to make noise amongst the men

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Mark Robertson: The Melrose connection to Rio’s sevens

Rugby union

John Greig amazed Rangers legend Wallace not in Hall of Fame

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Falkirk keeper Danny Rogers cant reach Danny Swansons 38th-minute penalty  the third one he faced. Pic: Universal

St Johnstone 3-0 Falkirk: Bairns end up in spot of bother

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Benni McCarthy says he's going to join Neil Lennon's coaching staff at Easter Road. Picture: Getty

Rumour Mill: Benni McCarthy to Hibs | Celtic’s ‘wildcard’ | Warburton wants two more | Di Canio No.2 for Rangers?

Premiership
Jock Wallace won two Trebles in the space of three years. Picture: Getty

John Greig amazed Rangers legend Wallace not in Hall of Fame

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Barry Robson, right, has found his new coaching role under Derek McInnes testing. Picture: SNS

Coaching role at Aberdeen is challenging for Barry Robson

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Neil Doncaster says clubs deserve credit for merging the SPL and the SPFL. Pic: SNS

Doncaster: Game coped ‘remarkably well’ with Rangers’ plight

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Leanne Dempster has seen Hibs supporters return in growing numbers since the Scottish Cup triumph in May. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Hibs chief Leeann Dempster set to make noise amongst the men

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Kolo Toure in Glasgow, where he was expected to sign a one-year deal with Celtic. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Kolo Toure’s Celtic arrival hasn’t closed door on ‘wild card’

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Eoghan OConnell of Celtic vies for possession with Leonardo Ulloa of Leicester. 
Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty

Celtic 1-1 Leicester: English champions win on penalties

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Kilmarnock 0-2 Morton: Clark rages as Quitongo wins his bet

League Cup

Dundee 6-2 Dumbarton: Deadly Dee find their six appeal

League Cup

St Johnstone 3-0 Falkirk: Bairns end up in spot of bother

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Hearts Sam Nicholson calls on fans to lay off Robbie Neilson

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France's coach Didier Deschamps watched his side lose to Portugal in the final. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

French tears, Portuguese ectasy and lasting memories of Euro 2016

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A stretcher comes on for the tearful Cristiano Ronaldo, who sustained a knee injury when he was tackled by Dimitri Payet. Picture: AFP/Getty

Alan Pattullo: Portugal soared in Ronaldo’s absence

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France and Portugal played out a tense encounter in the final. Picture: Getty

Portugal 1 - 0 France (AET): How the players rated

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Portugal 1 - 0 France (AET): Portugal win Euro 2016 final

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Jonathan Wilson: Didier Deschamps’ Euro 2016 final dilemma

Football

Euro 2016 final is ‘Griezmann v Ronaldo, Part 2’

Football
Mark Robertson of GB Lions in action during their match against Samurai. Photograph: Tom Dulat/Getty Images)

Mark Robertson: The Melrose connection to Rio’s sevens

Rugby union
Mark Robertson in action for Scotland Sevens against Fiji. Picture: Alan Havey/SNS/SRU

Scotland skipper backs Mark Robertson to have Rio impact

Rugby union
Mark Bennett plays for Great Britain against Germany during the 2016 Rugby Europe Mens Sevens Championships at Sandy Park, Exeter, earlier this month. Picture: Harry Trump/Getty

Japan absence gamble pays off for Scotland’s Mark Bennett

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Simon Amor: Confident. Picture: Getty

Simon Amor: With players we’ve got we don’t envy anyone

Rugby union
Mark Bennett is Rio-bound with Team GB

Mark Bennett and Mark Robertson in GB Olympics 7s squad

Scotland
Viliami Fihaki: Powerful. Picture: Getty

Viliami Fihaki hopes for ‘great adventure’ with Edinburgh

Rugby union

Eden Mill raises glass to Scottish Rugby tie-up

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Andy Murray lifts the Wimbledon trophy following victory in the Men's Singles Final against Milos Raonic. Picture: Andy Couldridge-Pool/Getty Images

Andy Murray’s Wimbledon-winning shirt set for charity auction

News
Kyle Edmund celebrates victory with members of the GB team after his singles win put them into the Davis Cup semi-finals. Picture: Getty

Great Britain eye second successive Davis Cup final

Tennis
Kyle Edmund in the centre of the group hug alongside Andy Murray, right, as Britains Davis Cup team emerge victorious from their tie with Serbia in Belgrade. Picture: Getty

Kyle Edmund the hero as Britain into Davis Cup semi-finals

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World No.8 Tomas Berdych pulls out of Olympics due to Zika

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Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot give GB 2-1 lead in Davis Cup

Tennis

Allan Massie: No luck involved in Andy Murray’s rise

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Andy Murray flies to Belgrade to cheer Davis Cup team-mates

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Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain lines up a putt at the 18th during the third day of the Senior Open Championship at Carnoustie .
Picture: Mark Runnacles/PA

Cigar is lit up but race isn’t over yet

Golf
Euan McIntosh will cap a remarkable comeback at Nairn.

10am round-up: Euan McIntosh wins Scotland cap at 47

Golf
Swedens Jesper Parnevik waves as he finishes his second round at Carnoustie. Picture: Getty

Jesper Parnevik bounces back after bout with cage-fighters

Golf
Gwladys Nocera is targeting one of the three qualifying spots for next weeks Womens British Open. Picture: Getty

Early leader Gwladys Nocera hopes to strike gold in Ayrshire

Golf
Great Britain & Ireland retained the St Andrews Trophy in Kent. Picture: Getty Images

9am Round-Up: GB&I retain St Andrews Trophy

Golf
Catriona Matthew celebrates her appointment as a vice captain for the 2017 Solheim Cup with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and LET chief executive Ivan Khodabakhsh

Catriona Matthew looks certain for 2019 Solheim Cup captaincy

Golf
Jean Van de Velde closed with a double-bogey 6 at Carnoustie in the first round of the Senior Open. Picture: Getty Images

Carnoustie bites Jean Van de Velde once again

Golf

Contrasting finishes for leading Scottish duo at Carnoustie

Golf

‘Aquaman’ Woody Austin makes big splash at Senior Open

Golf

Catriona Matthew named as vice captain for 2017 Solheim Cup

Golf

Paralympian Libby Clegg sets world record in new class

Athletics
Joe Root struck a 254 as England responded to their first-match defeat by Pakistan in style. Pic: Martin Rickett/PA

England plant roots for recover mission against Pakistan

Cricket
Mo Farah was barely threatened as he breezed into the distance to win the 5,000m from Andy Butchart by the length of the home straight. Photograph: Paul Harding/PA

Anniversary Games: Olympic standards upheld

Athletics
Job nearly done for Chris Froome as his trusted team-mates, led by Geraint Thomas, surround him during the penultimate stage. Picture: Peter Dejong/AP

Chris Froome rides (and runs) his way towards third Tour win

Cycling

Final-over drama as Clydesdale keep title defence on track

Cricket

Commonwealth Games volunteers reunite with Caribbean athletes

News

Commonwealth Games legacy funding shared among five groups

News

Scotland’s Laura Muir breaks British 1,500m record

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Joe Root: Ill-advised hook shot. Picture: Getty

Allan Massie: England were let down by rash Joe Root

Cricket
Robbie Neilson looks on in frustration during last night's game. Picture: Getty

Why Hearts fans are wrong to call for Robbie Neilson’s head

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The striker arrives after spending time in Bulgaria with Litex Lovech. Picture: Hearts FC

Five things you should know about Hearts signing Bjørn Johnsen

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