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Celtic blasted for 'blatant cheating', Euro giants track Rangers starlet, Lennon keen on January deals, Parkhead ace's uncertain future, Hearts fight Barnsley, Ex-Premiership star's cocaine ban - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Celtic have been blasted for "blatant cheating" in the Betfred Cup final to beat Rangers, the Ibrox side could lose starlet and Fraser Forster faces an uncertain future.

It is another big week in Scottish football. The Old Firm face European ties on Thursday before another SPFL fixture card. All the latest from around the country with stories including Rangers, Celtic, Hearts and Kilmarnock.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has admitted his uncertainty over the future of Fraser Forster. He was the hero in the Betfred Cup final win over Rangers and is wanted by the club but there is an issue over "affordability". (Various)

1. Forster uncertainty

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has admitted his uncertainty over the future of Fraser Forster. He was the hero in the Betfred Cup final win over Rangers and is wanted by the club but there is an issue over "affordability". (Various)
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Celtic have been accused of "blatant cheating" by nonsensical talkSPORT host Adrian Durham. He felt the use of Fraser Forster to win the Betfred Cup meant it was Southampton's success. (talkSPORT)

2. Celtic accused of cheating

Celtic have been accused of "blatant cheating" by nonsensical talkSPORT host Adrian Durham. He felt the use of Fraser Forster to win the Betfred Cup meant it was Southampton's success. (talkSPORT)
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Neil Lennon has revealed the reason behind Leigh Griffiths' absence from the Betfred Cup final. He said the striker couldn't get on the bench because Odsonne Edouard was on it. (Various)

3. Griffiths absence

Neil Lennon has revealed the reason behind Leigh Griffiths' absence from the Betfred Cup final. He said the striker couldn't get on the bench because Odsonne Edouard was on it. (Various)
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Hearts have vowed to stand strong after Barnsley demanded compensation for former boss Daniel Stendel. The German arrived in Edinburgh on Monday and the club said they defend their case in the "strongest possible terms". (Hearts FC)

4. Hearts stand strong

Hearts have vowed to stand strong after Barnsley demanded compensation for former boss Daniel Stendel. The German arrived in Edinburgh on Monday and the club said they defend their case in the "strongest possible terms". (Hearts FC)
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