Saturday's Scottish Gossip
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New Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has vowed to become a hit in the Champions League after sealing a deadline day move from Wolves.
And Griffiths insists he will win over any doubters he has in the Celtic fan base.
Negotiations over Joe Ledley's move from Celtic to Crystal Palace went right up until the 11:00 GMT deadline.
Full story: Daily Express (print edition)
Boss Gary Locke has criticised the Scottish Professional Football League for blocking Rudi Skacel's proposed return to Hearts.
Full story: Daily Record (print edition)
Aberdeen's Barry Robson, who is likely to face St Johnstone in Saturday's semi-final, is eager to add a Scottish League Cup winner's medal to his collection, having missed out on the honour during his successful Celtic career.
But former Saints midfielder Nick Dasovic believes the Perth side deserve their shot at silverware for the way the club has been well managed financially.
Full story: Sun (print edition)
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston is targeting a top-six Scottish Premiership place after keeping top scorer Kris Boyd for the rest of the season.
Full story: Daily Mail (print edition)
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has praised Lee Wallace's loyalty after the defender stayed on at Ibrox following January transfer interest from Nottingham Forest.
In rugby, Scotland are now unbeaten at A level for three seasons after fighting back to draw with England Saxons on Friday evening.