Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Aberdeen are expected to offer manager Derek McInnes a new long-term contract.
Scotland assistant Mark McGhee has urged Sunderland forward Steven Fletcher to prove he can be the national team's main striker.
Meanwhile, Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has been called into the Scotland squad for Wednesday's friendly with Poland following his hat-trick against Inverness on Saturday.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has started the process of building for next season's Champions League, with his side weeks away from winning a third successive Scottish top flight title.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists his team have more to worry about than stopping Celtic winning 10 in a row.
Republic of Ireland coach Martin O'Neill is expected to once again use the services of Scot John Robertson, whom he worked with at Celtic and Aston Villa.
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Scottish boxer Ricky Burns has vowed, "I'll be back" after losing his WBO lightweight title to Terence Crawford on a unanimous points decision.