Scottish Football Live: Scott Brown escapes SFA ban | Old Firm have Killie allocation slashed | Celtic to net £3.35m for winning the league | New Rangers kit confirmed

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Friday, 26th April 2019, 11:22 am
Updated Friday, 26th April 2019, 8:55 pm
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Scott Brown will not be punished for his behaviour in the Old Firm match last month. Brown was offered a two-match ban but the Hoops contested the charge successfully. (The Scotsman)
Kilmarnock will cut Celtic and Rangers' allocation for Rugby Park next season. Killie want to create a better matchday experience. Picture: SNS

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The champions of Scotland will receive 3.35million for winning the league. A 200,000 increase on last season. (Scottish Sun)
The new Rangers home kit has been officially unveiled by manufacturer Hummel. It features a retro-style white collar and words from the Follow, Follow song. (The Scotsman)
Derek McInnes has reacted to Steven Gerrards claim that Aberdeen try harder against Rangers than they do against Celtic, telling the Ibrox boss not to flatter himself. (The Scotsman)
Rangers have extended their sponsorship deal with 32Red until 2021. It means the casino will be on the club's strips for the next two seasons. (Scottish Sun)
Andrew Considine has signed a deal with Aberdeen which could keep him at the club until 2022. The defender is expected to get a contract for the next two years with an option for a third. (Scottish Sun)
Jake Hastie has signed for another club, according to Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson. The forward has been heavily linked with Rangers. (Scott Mullen/BBC)
Hibs ace Darren McGregor revealed he entertained signing for Hearts prior to joining Rangers in 2014. The defender was out of contract at St Mirren. (The Scotsman)
Neil Lennon is preparing for the possibility of Celtic captain Scott Brown missing the Kilmarnock match. Yet, he will still be taken aback if the midfielder is banned the Scottish FA. (The Scotsman)
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed that he is currently targeting players whose contracts expire at the end of the season. (The Scotsman)
Dick Advocaat has expressed his interest in the Scotland job. The Dutchman, 71, was Rangers boss and then director of football until 2002. (Scottish Sun)
Sheffield Wednesday want Dundee youngster Michael Cunningham. The 18-year-old will travel to the Steel city for a trial. (Scottish Sun)
Ryan Kent will make his Rangers return this weekend against Aberdeen. James Tavernier and Jermain Defoe, however, are doubts. (Rangers FC)