Rumour Mill: Tierney to reach 100 caps| No rush to find Rangers boss | ‘Ryan Jack shut the Pittodrie boo boys up’

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Malky Mackay tips Kieran Tiernay to gain 100 caps for Scotland and Rangers keep fans waiting for the new Ibrox boss.

Kieran Tierney can reach 100 caps, claims Malky Mackay

Kieran Tierney in action for Scotland. Picture: SNS Group/Craig Williamson

Kieran Tierney in action for Scotland. Picture: SNS Group/Craig Williamson

Malky Mackay may not be in a position to award him any more caps but Scotland’s erstwhile interim manager is confident Kieran Tierney will make a century of international appearances. (The Scotsman)

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Rangers will ‘take their time’ to replace Pedro Caixinha

Rangers have announced they will not draw up a managerial shortlist for at least another week. (The Scotsman)

Dean Shiels’ anguish at Falkirk taunts revealed his father

Kenny Shields has told of his son Dean’s distress after being verbally abused over his missing eye during Dunfermline’s clash with Falkirk last month. (Daily Record)

Stewart Regan’s call to rule our Malky Mackay was ‘ludicrous’

Scotland star Charlie Adam has attacked the “ludicrous” SFA decision to rule Malky Mackay out of the running to be next national boss. (The Sun)

Ryan Fraser says Ryan Jack can handle the Pittodrie boo-boys

Ryan Fraser has praised his former Aberdeen team-mate Ryan Jack for his resilience in handling the abuse he received from a section of the Scotland support on his return to Pittodrie this week. (The Scotsman)

Lee McCulloch: Kenny Miller was ‘hung out to dry’

Lee McCulloch has claimed that his former Rangers team mate Kenny Miller was “hung out to dry” by “certain people” at Ibrox when he was dropped earlier in the year. (The Herald)

Virgil van Dijk says Tierney should be in no rush to exit

Virgil van Dijk feels former Celtic team-mate Kieran Tierney should be in no rush to leave Parkhead as his remarkable progress continues. (The National)

Craig Gordon gunning for Alan Rough’s caps total

Craig Gordon has set his sights on overhauling Alan Rough in Scotland’s all-time caps list as he looks to extend his return to being the country’s No 1 goalkeeper. (The Scotsman)

Hibs boss Neil Lennon not worried by Dylan McGeouch ‘tweak’

Hibs head coach Neil Lennon is hopeful that midfielder Dylan McGeouch will be fit for next Saturday’s Premiership clash with St Johnstone after revealing that the hamstring injury that forced him off against Dundee is “just a tweak”. (Evening News)

Rangers anthem played as Celtic idol says farewell to international football

Former Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc played his last game for Poland – and was given an emotional farewell to the backdrop of ‘Simply the Best’, a Rangers anthem. (The Sun)