Saturday's Scottish gossip
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama says he is happy at the Scottish champions despite being linked with Manchester United after his starring role in the Champions League win over Barcelona.
St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin plans to report David Wotherspoon to players' union PFA Scotland, accusing the Hibernian midfielder of getting him sent off for a second yellow card and claiming TV pictures showed there was no contact between his elbow and his opponent's face last weekend.
Rangers striker Fran Sandaza says he was one centimetre from losing an eye after a collision with Motherwell defender Shaun Hutchinson in September left him with a broken jaw, cheekbone, nose and eye socket.
The head of Scotland's referees, John Fleming, has accused Kilmarnock's Kenny Shiels of undermining relations between managers and officials after last week accusing in the media referee Euan Norris of making a sarcastic remark but failing to report the matter officially.
Dunfermline Athletic are the latest Scottish club to have problems with the tax man, the First Division outfit being given 12 days to find £81,000 owed to HMRC.
Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas says the club may have to ask fans for more donations even if they meet the £2m target set to prevent them going into liquidation before the end of the season.
Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas says Hearts would have gone out of business seven years ago if it had not been for owner Vladimir Romanov.
Aberdeen defender Gary Naysmith is ready to put his own money into saving Hearts, his former club and the team he supported as a boy.
Livingston manager John Hughes has emerged as front runner for the vacant post with League One strugglers Hartlepool United following the exit by fellow Scotsman Neale Cooper.
Motherwell assistant Kenny Black, who was on Craig Levein's backroom team, rejected the chance to take the Scotland squad for next week's friendly against Luxembourg out of loyalty to the "unfairly treated" sacked national coach.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has ruled himself out of the running to be Scotland's new national coach.
Scottish Football League chief executive David Longmuir will next week announce the launch of SFL TV, bringing one live game per week and a highlights package on a pay-per-view basis.
Celtic midfielder Kris Commons spent three hours yesterday having his son's name tattoed on his ribs.
Edinburgh Monarchs fans will have to wait until Monday to find out if the cash-strapped speedway club has been saved, with a decision being made at a public meeting at Livingston Football Club's Almondvale stadium.