Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Dundee manager John Brown has criticised Hearts' majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov and labelled him "a rogue" over the Edinburgh club's financial plight and compared him to former Rangers owner Craig Whyte.
Charlie Mulgrew, Adam Matthews and Lassad face a fitness battle ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Hibs. (Various)
Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels hopes to sign freed Carlisle United defender Peter Murphy. (Sun)
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists the top flight could not afford to live without Hearts, having already lost the country's "second biggest club". (Various)
Inverness CT striker Billy McKay has vowed to repay the faith shown in him by manager Terry Butcher by shooting the Highlanders into Europe for the first time. (Various)
Pat Fenlon has assured Hibs fans he is searching for a new striker, should Leigh Griffiths be recalled by Wolves when his loan spell expires. (Various)
Former Scotland boss Craig Levein is in talks with newly-promoted Championship club Doncaster Rovers over a return to management. (Daily Mail)