Monday's Scottish Gossip
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has urged his Dons side to add the Scottish Cup to their League Cup success, after clinching their first piece of silverware in 19 years. (Various)
Neil Lennon will hold talks with Lierse boss Stanley Menzo this week over striker Tony Watt's troubled loan spell with the Belgian outfit.
Full story: Sun (print edition)
Dejected Inverness CT manager John Hughes believes his side were denied a penalty three minutes from time when Richie Foran was held back by Andrew Considine. "I thought it was a stonewaller," said Hughes. "It's not even one you have to look at again." (Various)
Ally McCoist has warned Albion Rovers that Rangers are determined to win Monday's Scottish Cup replay at New Douglas Park. "We absolutely want to turn them over," said McCoist. "There's a semi-final place up for grabs." (Various)
Rangers boss McCoist has questioned the timing of Dundee United's attempt to have a potential Scottish Cup semi-final against McCoist's side moved away from Ibrox. "I think they could maybe have complained when the decision was made," he said.
Full story: The Herald
Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson described winning the Scottish League Cup as the greatest moment of his career, adding: "I've waited a long time for it and so has everybody else at the club."
Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)
Albion Rovers will have a fan roaring them on from Russia for their Scottish Cup replay against Rangers. Rovers defender Ross Dunlop says his golf instructor uncle Stephen will be keeping up to date with events at New Douglas Park from his Moscow home. (Various)
Inverness CT midfielder Ross Draper insists his League Cup final man of the match award is worthless because he doesn't have a winner's medal.
Full story: Scottish Express
Outgoing Scotland head coach Scott Johnston insists he is "pretty happy with where they are going" despite the drubbing by Wales in their final Six Nations match. (Various)