Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic's Derk Boerrigter has played his way into Tuesday's crucial Champions League match against AC Milan by scoring as a substitute in the win over Aberdeen.
And Celtic manager Neil Lennon is expected to hand Georgios Samaras the lone striker role against the Italian side.
And there is growing pressure on Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri following Saturday's draw at home to Genoa - a fifth Serie A match without victory for the Rossoneri.
Caretaker manager Duncan Shearer has ruled himself out of the running to be the new Inverness Caledonian Thistle boss.
Full story: Mail on Sunday (print edition)
Scotland coach Gordon Strachan insists his side are a long way off the standard required to reach the finals of a major tournament.
Former Rangers director Ian Hart believes the recent board appointments of chairman David Somers, chief executive Graham Wallace and director Norman Crighton will bring stability to the club.
Dundee United are sweating on the fitness of Ryan Gauld after the teenager limped off near the end of Saturday's 4-1 win over Partick Thistle, a match in which he excelled.
Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)
West Brom's Scottish manager manager Steve Clarke wants to stay at The Hawthorns after his current deal expires at the end of the season.
Interim head coach Scott Johnson bemoaned Scotland's naivety in the 21-15 defeat by Australia at Murrayfield.