Scottish Football Transfer News: Rangers will have to pay ‘significant’ target fee, Celtic defender mulls future, Hibs boss on interest from Martin Boyle, ex-Ibrox striker in demand


The 1-1 draw means there are just five points left between the top five, with Killie missing the chance to go top due to Ross Docherty’s late equalizer which frustrated the new Rugby boss Park, Derek McInnes.

He said: “Overall on performance, we’re happy to come away with one point, but when you’re in a winning position with so little time, you’re disappointed not to take all three.”

Meanwhile, Ian McCall has been baffled by Nick Walsh’s decision to award Killie a penalty after Richard Foster was found responsible, calling it a “shock”.

“I don’t know what Richard is supposed to do,” he said. “His hand is not in an abnormal position. It is on the side of his body.”

Twenty-eight other teams in action this afternoon, plus the Lowland and Highland League.

The Premiership must wait until Monday, when the top tier resumes after the postponed winter break with Celtic hosting Hibs.

It will coincide with the return of fans to crowds with no restrictions on numbers after the Scottish government revealed it was lifting controls in place on large-scale outdoor events.

There will likely be transfer deals agreed over the weekend ahead of the Premiership’s return with St Mirren the only club so far not to sign.

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