Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Aberdeen, Rangers, Dundee

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic have agreed a pay-off for expensive flop Derk Boerrigter, the Dutch winger who has not featured in the first team for 20 months. (Sun)

Buoyed by yesterday's 3-0 win over Hamilton, Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes vows to push Celtic all the way in the Premiership title race. (Various)

With Rangers shipping nine goals in three games, striker Kenny Miller says such sloppy defending is "unacceptable" as the Ibrox side close in on the Championship title and a Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic. (Various)

Goalkeeper Wes Foderingham admits Rangers are concerned by their recent wobble but insists the team are determined to wrap up the second tier title "in style" at home to Dumbarton on Tuesday. (The National)

Dundee forward Greg Stewart has an eye on a possible Europa League spot after the Dark Blues scored five goals to leapfrog Ross County into the top six. (Daily Express)

And Dundee manager Paul Hartley vows to "have a go" at Celtic when the league leaders visit Dens Park on Tuesday. (The National)

Dundee United midfielder Ryan Dow says his winning strike against St Johnstone is the luckiest goal he's ever scored. (Various)

Celtc defender Erik Sviatchenko reveals that his partner told him he had to play in Saturday's 3-1 win over Hearts just moments after giving birth to the couple's first child on the morning of the match. (Various)

Celtic winger Gary Mackay-Steven says the champions are ready to "bite and scratch" their way to the title after a rousing victory over Hearts. (Various)

New Kilmarnock defender Miles Addison says his love of football was reignited by Lee Clark and he wants to repay the Rugby Park manager by keeping the Ayrshire side in the top flight. (Daily Express)

Farid El Alagui, out of contract in the summer, hopes he can play a key role in the climax to Hibernian's season following his last gasp equaliser in the 2-2 draw at St Mirren. (Various)

Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston admits he has a fight on his hands to keep his League One winning squad together over the summer. (Scotsman)

Scotland U17s have qualified for this summer's European Championship finals in Azerbaijan. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

Coach Todd Dutiaume insists Fife Flyers should hold their heads high despite a miserable experience at the end-of-season play-offs, losing 4-1 in the semi-final and 6-0 in the third-place game. (Sun)

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