Friday's Scottish gossip
Celtic have apologised to Dundee for the drunken behaviour of some visiting fans at Dens Park during the Boxing Day meeting of the two clubs. (Various)
Dundee stadium manager Jim Thomson admits he feared a "riot" as several supporters were ejected from the ground.
And Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has vowed to identify any supporters involved in disorder.
Meanwhile, Kelvin Wilson could face a two-match ban if a notice of complaint is issued over the Celtic defender's aerial challenge on Dundee's John Baird.
Francisco Sandaza says he was advised not to bless himself before matches shortly after joining Rangers, but the Ibrox club have denied telling the forward not to make the religious gesture. (Various)
Kilmarnock midfielder Liam Kelly is a possible January transfer target for Derby County.
Hibernian have told St Johnstone they intend to speak to Liam Craig when the midfielder enters the final six months of his contract in January.
Aberdeen midfielder Chris Clark fears his season may be over after trying to play with a broken leg.
Hearts defensive duo Ryan McGowan and Marius Zaliukas will miss the Tynecastle side's trip to Celtic next month after breaking through the disciplinary points threshold. (Various)
Former Aston Villa first-team coach Kevin MacDonald has emerged as the leading contender to succeed Henning Berg as Blackburn manager.
Glasgow Warriors fly half Ruaridh Jackson has vowed to make amends in this year's meeting with Edinburgh at Murrayfield, after missing two crucial kicks in the capital last year. (Daily Mail)