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Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...

• Legia Warsaw manager Henning Berg revealed he had a powerful telephone conversation with his Celtic counterpart Ronny Deila and says his club’s Champions League expulsion is ‘like getting 20 years in jail for not paying your heating bill’ (various)

• Kris Boyd admits he will be a failure at Rangers unless he hits at least 20 goals a season (Daily Express)

• Henrik Ojamaa returns to Motherwell on loan from Legia Warsaw (various)

• Darren Fletcher is ready for the biggest season of his life after admitting he was nowhere near 100 per cent as Manchester United endured a dismal season under David Moyes last term. The Scotland midfielder admitted he took the criticism personally even though he wasn’t prominent in his club’s poor form (The Sun)

• Celtic manager Ronny Deila says James Forrest is not fit enough to be deemed ‘top class’ (The Sun)

• Inverness midfielder Ross Draper says manager John Hughes has got the team playing a great brand of football and has created a feelgood factor about the club (The Sun)

• Paul Scholes doesn’t see his old club Manchester United challenging for the title. “It’s between Chelsea and Man City,” he said. (The Mirror)

• Tony Pulis quits Crystal Palace following row over transfers with co-chairman Steve Parish (various)