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Thousands of Celtic fans have been left distraught, missing out on tickets for the Scottish Cup semi final. With so many eligible for a ticket the club was required to do a ballot for the 20,220 seats. (Scottish Sun)

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Jamie Hamilton is wanted by Burnley and Wolves. Hamilton's teenage defender is rated at around 800k. (Daily Mail)
Stevie Chalmers, scorer of Celtics winning goal in the 1967 European Cup final, has died at the age of 83, the club have announced. (The Scotsman)
Bookmaker Paddy Power have slashed their odds on Jose Mourinho becoming the next Celtic manager. A spare of bets were placed on the Portuguese boss. (The Scotsman)
Hibs CEO Leeann Dempster has vowed to ban a Hearts fan from Easter Road for smashing up a seat. (Edinburgh Evening News)
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed the club are closing in on a deal for Motherwell starlet Jake Hastie. He is expected to sign a three-year deal. (Daily Record)
A number of SPFL clubs are considering their future in the Reserve League. It is felt that the current set up is not beneficial to clubs. (Scottish Sun)