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Kilmarnock star says he’d never sign for Rangers ‘in a million years’
Kilmarnock winger Dom Thomas has emphatically denied any notion that he’d ever sign for Premiership rivals Rangers.
Rumour Mill: Wanyama open to Celtic return | Scotland could land O’Neill for free | SPFL star rejects Rangers talk
Victor Wanyama says he’d be open to a return to Celtic one day, Scotland could land Michael O’Neill without paying compensation, and Dom Thomas has emphatically rejected any chance of him joining Rangers one day.
Kris Boyd: I don’t care who my friends are, I’m just honest
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd has defended his strong opinions as a media pundit.
Rumour Mill: Steve McClaren makes Rangers pitch | Celtic youngster nets screamer | Hibs star slams ‘injustice’
Steve McClaren has moved to try and become the next manager of Rangers by making a pitch to the Ibrox board, Olivier Ntcham nets a screamer for France under-21s, and Danny Swanson has questioned the justice system after the killer of his close friend was only jailed for four years.
Lee McCulloch may return as coach rather than manager
Lee McCulloch insists he will learn to become a better manager as he strives to recover from being removed from his first permanent job just eight matches into the Premiership season.

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