Rangers manager Ally McCoist says it would "ill-advised" for Craig Whyte to return to Ibrox after the former club owner indicated he would like to come back to the stadium one day. (Various)
Meanwhile, McCoist hopes Rangers can adopt a youth development model similar to that of Porto, Ajax and PSV Eindhoven.
Kris Commons, who captained Celtic in their 2-0 defeat by Kilmarnock, admits the reigning Scottish Premier League champions played "like lost boys" against the Ayrshire side. (Various)
Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas fears that the Tynecastle club will face a difficult future if fans do not subscribe to the upcoming share offer. (Various)
And Fedotovas says it is unlikely the Edinburgh side could return to European competition if the share issue is not a successful.
John Sutton reveals he and other Hearts players are considering taking up shares. (Sunday Mail)
Great Britain's most successful Olympian Chris Hoy has taken a swipe at fellow cyclist Lance Armstrong, who has been stripped of his seven Tour de France wins for doping, with the Scot exclaiming: "At least I win clean."
Scotland's Paul di Resta has admitted he will not be with any of Formula 1's top three teams next year, with the 26-year-old expected to continue with Force India. (Various)