Some late night drama at Hampden sets the tone for Thursday, with Rangers having been unsuccessful in their appeal to the Scottish FA to overturn a signing ban.
The club are vowing to fight the governing body all the way, after the appeal tribunal upheld all of the original judgements.
Elsewhere, Craig Gordon has opened the door on a move to Celtic, two leave St Mirren and there's yet more in the build-up to the eagerly anticipated Scottish Cup final.
Duff and Phelps believe a registration embargo is not a permitted form of punishment.
A three-man appeal panel has ruled the original punishment was sufficient.
The Sunderland keeper has left the door open for the SPL champions to make him their number one. (Daily Express)
Hearts winger goes from transfer request to the brink of a Scottish Cup winner's medal.
Decorated Hibs great of the 60s and 70s hails great rivalry between the Edinburgh clubs.
The pair have turned down new contracts to stay with Danny Lennon's side.
Simon McPolin thinks it's time we stopped looking for things to offend us. (Lovely Left Foot)
Twitter trended them, now Mirror Football has brought them to life. It is the Joey Barton film posters.
In the spirit of protest, check out this show of defiance from fans of Stockholm rivals AIK and Djugardens. After maintaining a deathly silence for the first ten minutes of the derby in protest at new rules trying to curb fan behaviour, both sides spring in to life with flag displays, flares and raucous singing.
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