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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is refusing to contemplate the prospect of bringing his side to Glasgow for Celtic's title party. (Daily Record)

Axed defender Gavin Gunning could fight being booted out of Dundee United. (Various)

Kilmarnock have become embroiled in a legal battle over the naming rights to their iconic, award-winning 'Killie Pie'. (Daily Mail)

A Killie Pie
The 'Killie Pie' has repeatedly been named the best in the SPFL Premiership

Ronny Deila insists Rangers boss Mark Warburton is wrong to class Sunday's Old Firm showdown as just another game. (Various)

Mixu Paatelainen will lead Dundee United out at Hampden for Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final against Hibs after having his SFA disciplinary case postponed. (Various)

Celtic will have to overcome a 91-year jinx if they want to win on Sunday because they haven't beaten Rangers in a Scottish Cup semi since 1925. (Daily Record)

Henrik Larsson reckons there is no game in the world to compare with Celtic v Rangers. (Various)

Dundee United need to pull together after Gavin Gunning's departure from Tannadice, according to club legend Christian Dailly. (The Courier)

Aberdeen have been warned to make an offer quickly for English non-league hitman Harry Smith as interest in him is growing. (Daily Record)

Hearts will decide in the next 48 hours whether to offer a deal to 19-year-old Bulgarian trialist Nikolay Todorov. (Daily Record)

Ross County midfielder Jackson Irvine is targeting a return to action in the Staggies' next fixture against Celtic at Parkhead a week on Sunday. (Press and Journal)

Sports broadcaster Dougie Donnelly is one of 450 fans who will have their name on Clyde's jerseys next season. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scottish golfers Marc Warren and Scott Jamieson have linked up with legendary swing guru David Leadbetter in an effort to improve performances, starting at this week's Spanish Open at Valderrama. (The Scotsman)

Glasgow duo Alan McManus and Anthony McGill are both well placed to make it through to next week's World Snooker Championships following dominant displays at the final qualifiers in Sheffield yesterday. (Various)

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