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Craig Levein complains to the BBC over Michael Stewart’s comments and Rangers and Celtic both eye a move for Dundee defender Jack Hendry.

Craig Levein contacts BBC to complain about Michael Stewart

Hearts manager Craig Levein has criticised Michael Stewart. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Hearts manager Craig Levein has criticised Michael Stewart. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Hearts manager Craig Levein has criticised the BBC, accusing the broadcasters of pandering to pundit Michael Stewart and giving him a platform to pursue a personal vendetta. (The Scotsman)

Derek McInnes ignores speculation but Rangers eye move

Derek McInnes has dismissed any suggestion that speculation surrounding his possible move to Rangers has anything to do with Aberdeen’s worst run of results in the Premiership this year. The Pittodrie club’s manager remains favourite to replace Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox, with an official approach expected to be made after tomorrow’s league meeting between the two clubs. (The Scotsman)

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Celtic and Rangers to go head-to-head to sign Jack Hendry

Celtic and Rangers are ready to battle it out in January for Dundee defender Jack Hendry, Football Insider have claimed. The Glasgow clubs have both set their sights on Hendry, who has impressed for Dundee this season and his performances against both clubs have made him a target. (Football Insider)

Chris Sutton: Stop whining and start winning or Celtic will forever be ahead

Chris Sutton attacked Celtic’s “desperate” opponents for not giving the club the “credit they deserve”. The former Hoops star added that other clubs in Premiership were jealous of Celtic’s success. (Daily Record)

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic players are no divers and don’t need to cheat

Brendan Rodgers last night insisted his Celtic players don’t have to resort to dirty tricks to win games.

The Hoops boss insists accusations thrown at his players Scott Sinclair and Callum McGregor over the past week are unfair because he knows they respect the culture of fairness he has instilled in the Parkhead dressing room. (Daily Record)

PFA Scotland chief Fraser Wishart urges the SPFL to clamp down on coin-throwing

PFA Scotland have urged the SPFL and Police Scotland to stamp out missile throwing at football games. Celtic skipper Scott Brown claimed he and his team-mates were pelted with coins and sweets at Fir Park on Wednesday. (The Sun)

Graeme Murty: Nothing will compare to managing Rangers

Interim boss Graeme Murty believes it will be nigh-on impossible to replicate the feeling of managing Rangers elsewhere. (STV)

Brendan Rodgers cautious about radical Celtic rotation

Brendan Rodgers has revealed he is anxious to ensure he does not short-change supporters at Celtic Park by resting too many key players ahead of Champions League duty. (The Scotsman)

Hibs boss Neil Lennon wants referees to explain decisions

Neil Lennon believes referees should be allowed to explain controversial decisions – but only after a “cooling off” period. (The Scotsman)

Hearts’ Cole Stockton eager to make most of his big chance

Rangers shareholders back ‘Resolution 11’ to covert loans to stakes

Rangers shareholders have backed a special resolution that will allow Dave King’s board to finally convert loans into bigger stakes in the club. The club’s chairman and fellow investors such as Donald Park, George Letham and George Taylor - dubbed the Three Bears - have handed over around £16 million in interest-free loans to the Ibrox outfit to ensure they stay afloat, while King has promised to put in another £7 million over the next 18 months. (The Scotsman)

Owen Coyle could unleash winger Eagles against Dundee

Ross County manager Owen Coyle could unleash new winger Chris Eagles on Dundee in today’s Victoria Park encounter. The Englishman joined the Staggies in time to be named among the subs for last weekend’s 0-0 draw against Hearts. (Press and Journal)