Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has called for an end to the civil war within the boardroom at Ibrox.
The Foundation of Hearts insist they have no desire to work with Angelo Massone on a joint bid for the administration-hit Edinburgh club. (Sun)
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has described his side's Champions League draw as a "nightmare" with a trip to Kazakhstan to face play-off opponents Shakhter Karagandy.
Under-fire Hibs boss Pat Fenlon has received another blow with news that winger Alex Harris will be sidelined for three months with an ankle injury. (Various)
Kilmarnock boss Allan Johnston aims to bring in at least two new faces before he is happy with his squad at Rugby Park. (Various)
Scotland and Wolves striker Leigh Griffiths is being tipped to shine in the friendly against England by his club manager Kenny Jackett. (Sun)
St Johnstone captain Dave Mackay insists the squad need to put their Europa League penalty shoot-out disappointment behind them and try to qualify again this season. (Express)
Defender Stephen O'Donnell believes impressive home form this term will see more fans flocking through the turnstiles at Partick Thistle. (Express)
Celtic defender Adam Matthews admits the Champions League play-off against Shakhter Karagandy represents "a step into the unknown" but insists the side will be ready. (Daily Mail)
Following the departures of Gary Hooper, Victor Wanyama and Kelvin Wilson, Celtic boss Neil Lennon says there will be no further exits this summer.