Sunday's Scottish gossip
Ibrox sources say Rangers manager Ally McCoist could quit in protest if the club was stripped of Scottish Premier League titles for allegedly not properly registering all payments to players.
Rangers veteran Lee McCulloch is a signing target for rich clubs in the United Arab Emirates.
Manager Neil Lennon says his decision to tinker with the team's defensive formation is the reason for Celtic's 4-0 defeat by Ajax.
And the Celtic boss believes the hammering will help his team in their Champions League qualifier against HJK Helsinki.
Ajax coach Frank de Boer, a former Rangers defender, insists his team could have won the match 8-0.
Former Rangers winger Sone Aluko is on the verge of signing for Hull City.
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon says he will need to work on loan signing Leigh Griffiths's "stupidity" to improve him as a player.
After Aberdeen's 12-0 defeat of VfB Alstatte, Mitch Megginson says the Dons have "a really good crop of players coming through".
Neil Alexander, Dorin Goian, Carlos Bocanegra, Maurice Edu, Alejandro Bedoya and Kirk Broadfoot played for Rangers in a closed-doors win over Albion Rovers at Murray Park on Saturday.
Paul Lawrie blames his worst ever day of putting in a tournament for ruining his Open chances - his round of 76 included 40 shots on the greens.