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In pictures: 16 Scottish football heroes who were unheralded summer signings
There’s nothing quite like a big-name player deciding to come to your side during the summer months. However, sometimes the best deals are those sanctioned for players who originally weren’t perceived to be particularly good signings. In today’s gallery we look back at those who defied the doubters to shine for their new clubs.
Steve Clarke: Betfred Cup opener ‘has come too soon’
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke admits his side’s season opener against St Mirren has come too quickly for his liking.
Rumour Mill: Celtic to miss out on key target? | Rangers ‘face stern test’ in Macedonia | Clarke calls for cup changes
Celtic risk missing out on key target, Steven Gerrard ‘slightly disappointed’ with scoreline in Shkupi clash and Steve Clarke wants to remodel the Betfred Cup
Steve Clarke signs ‘new, improved’ deal at Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has signed a “new, improved” contract at Rugby Park.
Stewart Milne: Better to have just one broadcaster for Premiership
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has warned Sky and BT Sport that there will be no more bargain basement deals for screening Scottish football when their current contracts expire in 2020.

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