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Italy forward Vunisa leaves Saracens for Glasgow

Glasgow have signed Italy forward Samuela Vunisa from European champions Saracens.

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Andy Murray starts French Open campaign against Andrey Kuznetsov

Andy Murray will open his French Open campaign against Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov.

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Ray McKinnon glad the door remains open for Simon Murray after harsh sending off

Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon claimed it would be an "injustice" if Simon Murray was to miss the second leg of the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off final against Hamilton.

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Lewis Horner given suspended eight-match ban for betting rules breach

Inverness full-back Lewis Horner has received a suspended eight-match ban for a string of betting offences - but will not serve any punishment if he proves he has beaten his gambling problem with the help of addiction support services.

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Celtic cancel Lisbon Lions anniversary bus parade after Manchester attack

Celtic have cancelled a planned bus parade to honour the Lisbon Lions in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.

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Wing Sean Maitland signs two-year contract extension with Saracens

Saracens' Scotland international wing Sean Maitland has signed a contract extension with the reigning European champions.

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Don't merge Scotland Sevens into GB squad, urges Sean Kennedy

Sean Kennedy believes Scotland will be making a big mistake if they allow the Dark Blues' sevens side to be merged into a Great Britain outfit.

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Ernie Els calls a penalty and gets another major decision right at Wentworth

Ernie Els believes he got two major decisions right after calling a penalty on himself in the first round of the BMW PGA Championship.

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Kim Little ruled out of Euro 2017 after rupturing anterior cruciate ligament

Scotland have suffered a major blow ahead of Euro 2017 after star player Kim Little was ruled out with a serious knee injury.

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Defence will be key against free-scoring All Blacks, says Andy Farrell

Andy Farrell accepts that defence will be "a massive part" of the British and Irish Lions' game as they prepare to tackle world champions New Zealand.

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Peter Lovenkrands back at Ibrox and keen to make the right impression

Peter Lovenkrands hopes his first coaching job with Rangers could one day lead to the manager's office at Ibrox.

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Andy Murray waits on French Open draw

Andy Murray and his fellow title contenders will learn the path they must take to French Open glory on Friday as Roland Garros prepares to host the second grand slam of the year.

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Struggling Murray needed more time with coach Lendl, says Becker

Boris Becker has suggested Andy Murray could have avoided his dramatic dip in form had his coach Ivan Lendl chosen to spend more time with the British number one.

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Roberts desperate to sign off with treble

Patrick Roberts believes clinching the domestic treble would be a fitting way to end his time at Celtic.

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Graeme Shinnie honoured to be handed Aberdeen captaincy for Scottish Cup final

Graeme Shinnie has backed Ryan Jack to give his all for Aberdeen despite being told he will not lead out the team at the William Hill Scottish Cup final.

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Mark Reynolds: Aberdeen can prove Brendan Rodgers wrong at Hampden in cup final

Mark Reynolds has warned Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers he is making a mistake if he thinks Aberdeen only have one weapon in their armoury.

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Inverness chairman Kenny Cameron steps down

Kenny Cameron has stepped down as Inverness chairman in the wake of their relegation.

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Partick Thistle to offload quartet

Partick Thistle have started their summer clear-out by informing David Amoo, Sean Welsh, Mark Ridgers and David Wilson they will not be offered new contracts.

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Jock Stein: From miner to European champion

When Jock Stein returned to manage Celtic in March 1965, the club had gone almost eight years without a trophy.

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Jim Craig enjoyed proving his father wrong with European Cup success

Jim Craig never had to look too far to find the doubters who believed his Celtic side had no chance against the the superstars of Inter Milan.

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