Gossip column: Mohsni meltdown, Doran aims high, Warriors

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Motherwell striker Lee Erwin says Bilel Mohsni's behaviour at full-time of the Steelmen's Premiership play-off win over Rangers was "embarrassing" - Mohsni reacted to a push in the back by Erwin by lashing out with a kick and a punch. (Various)

Rangers manager Stuart McCall says he doesn't "think there is any doubt" that the Tunisian has played his last game for the club. (Various)

McCall reveals that he has drawn up two lists of signing targets for Rangers - one had the club reached the Premiership, another based on remaining in the Championship. (Various)

John Hughes poses with the Scottish Cup
Manager John Hughes ponders if things can ever get any better for Inverness Caledonian Thistle after the team won the Scottish Cup and finished third in the Scottish Premiership

Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough believes being written off in the play-off final helped to motivate his players for their 6-1 aggregate win. (Daily Express)

Motherwell defender Stephen McManus says the win was not just about keeping the club's place in the Premiership, but also safeguarding backroom jobs. (Daily Record)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Irish winger Aaron Doran has Aberdeen in his sights as the Scottish Cup winners aim for runners-up spot in the Scottish Premiership next season. (Daily Express)

English midfielder Ross Draper says there are no "big-time Charlies" in the Caley Thistle changing room and that all the players are "young hungry boys". (The Herald)

Inverness boss John Hughes apologises for missing the managers' pre-Cup final media conference, saying there had been a "misunderstanding" and that he had a "wee personal problem" to attend to in Edinburgh. (Daily Record)

Manchester City's Belgian central defender Dedryck Boyata is expected to sign a three-year deal with Celtic after arriving in Glasgow on Sunday night. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

Finn Russell
Finn Russell knocks over a conversion in the Pro12 final against Munster in Belfast

Reflecting on Glasgow Warriors Pro12 title win, Andy Nicol recalls that when he signed for Glasgow in 1999 they played in the Welsh-Scottish League and every second weekend involved a 10-hour coach journey during which they would stretch their legs by running between the oil puddles in the service station car park. (Daily Mail)

Stand-off Finn Russell believes the trophy win will be a boost for Scottish rugby going into the World Cup. (The Herald)

Further success for Scottish clubs will not necessarily follow Glasgow's triumph, unlike the success of Irish clubs in the wake of Ulster winning the Heineken Cup in 1999. (The Herald)

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