Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Scottish Football association chief executive Stewart Regan is adamant there is no prospect of himself or president Campbell Ogilvie being forced to resign over the governing body's handling of the Rangers employee benefits trust affair.
Celtic defender Efe Ambrose reveals Kris Commons apologised to him following criticism of his performance in the 3-0 defeat by Juventus and insists the duo are back on good terms.
Jimmy Calderwood fears he may never manage in Scotland again after being overlooked for several recent vacancies. (Sunday Mail)
Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam's spell at Stoke may be coming to an end with the Potters lining up Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey as a replacement.
Goal-line technology may be on the agenda for next summer's World Cup but the substantial cost involved means there are no plans to implement such methods in Scottish football.
Barry Ferguson admits he is still haunted by the infamous V-sign from the Scotland substitute's bench the last time he was involved in an international match.
Scotland's Sandy Lyle, winner of two of golf's major tournaments, is eager to be part of Europe's backroom team when the Ryder Cup comes to his homeland next year.