Rangers board call war truce, Hibs new faces find goal, Jamie Hamill red card overturned, and more.
Hibs get boost from new faces
Pat Fenlon has hailed his new signings after they both scored in a friendly win over Rangers.
Paul Heffernan and Adbdellah Zoubir both scored during the 3-1 win which was played behind closed doors. (Scotsman)
Rangers board truce
Rangers will appoint Frank Blin and Paul Murray to the board, as a truce appears to be on the horizon after months of bitter in-fighting.
The power struggle could now see the rebel shareholders drop their demands for an £80,000 EGM, in which they hoped to topple chief executive Craig Mather. (Daily Record)
Lasley backs fan ownership
Motherwell skipper Keith Lasley says fan ownership could be the future for the club.
Thee Well Society are currently trying to get £1.5m together to take majority control. (Daily Express)
Celtic to play Murrayfield
Celtic could play next season’s Champions League qualifying matches at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium.
Parkhead will be hosting the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in 2014, so Celtic have been forced to look for an alternative. (Scotsman)
Hamill red axed
Jamie Hamill’s red card will be scrapped after the referee who sent him off for handball admitted that he was wrong.
TV pictures showed the ball actually making contact with Hamill’s face during the clash with Inverness. (Sun)