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Coventry City boss Steven Pressley will offer Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd another chance to be a success in English football. (Record)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston insists he won't sell the club to fans for personal profit. (Record)

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will in the summer step up his efforts to persuade midfielder Lee Croft sign a new long-term deal. (Sun)

Full back Adam Matthews is targeting 100 appearances for Celtic and insists he has "enjoyed every minute" at the club. (Record)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes isn't surprised in-form midfielder Willo Flood is on the Republic of Ireland's radar. (Sun)

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has urged his team-mates to banish disappointed of tumbling out of the domestic cups by finishing their league campaign unbeaten. (Sun)

The Rangers Supporters Trust has announced it holds over half a million shares after buying a further 200,000 this week. (Various)

Former Rangers striker Nacho Novo, who has joined Carlisle United, won't be joined at the League One side by Derek Riordan. (Various)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster faces an uphill battle to book his place in England's squad for the World Cup finals as he vies with Joe Hart, Ben Foster and Jack Butland for Roy Hodgson's attention. (Mail)

Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he wouldn't swap Scotland international David Marshall for any other goalkeeper, given his impressive displays this season. (Mail)

Celtic winger Derk Boerrigter sparked a storm among fans of former club Ajax after posing with a flag of arch-rivals Feyenoord who were in Glasgow to watch the Scottish Cup defeat by Aberdeen. (Various)

Dundee manager Paul Hartley has told his players to ease off the bench-pressing and weights as he aims to make them quicker on the pitch. (Various)