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Rangers’ Davies reveals concussion setback – gossip

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Ben Davies scored his first ever Rangers goal against Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes questions the need for eight minutes of first-half added time against Rangers, during which the Ibrox side equalised before going on to win 4-1. (Herald – subscription)external-link

Ben Davies, who scored Rangers’ second against Kilmarnock, reveals a concussion in training delayed his return to first-term involvement after he had recovered from injury. (Sun)external-link

Davies says he is ready to face Celtic on Saturday after coming on as a half-time substitute against Killie. (Herald – subscription)external-link

Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart praises the club’s ground staff following their 3-0 win over Hearts and in the run-up to Saturday’s home meeting with Rangers. (Sun)external-link

Hart says he “didn’t want Santa getting booed” when the Celtic players and the festive favourite were on the receiving end when Hearts triumphed at Celtic Park back in December. (Record)external-link

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Captain Luke McCowan admits Dundee were “rubbish” in their 3-1 home loss to St Mirren on Saturday. (Courier – subscription)external-link

Aberdeen players spoke to Peter Leven via video call as the interim manager was in hospital and forced to miss the weekend win over St Johnstone. (Record)external-link

Defender Nicky Devlin is eager for Leven’s swift return to duty at Aberdeen. (Press and Journal – subscription)external-link

Hibernian defender Jordan Obita admits he “probably didn’t realise just how big a club it was until I got here”. (Edinburgh Evening News – subscription)external-link

Jordan White is eager to play a key role in Ross County’s survival fight. (Press and Journal – subscription)external-link

Kevin Holt hopes to extend his stay at Dundee United after helping them win the Scottish Championship. (Courier – subscription)external-link

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