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Gordon Strachan insists pride rather than money will motivate his Scotland stars to reach the Euro 2016 finals. (Various)

Uefa general secretary Gianni Infantino offered Celtic a chink of light in their bid to move to England's top flight, declaring that the governing body is "open to discussing everything".

Full story: Daily Mail

Albion Rovers chairman John Devlin plans to use the club's Scottish Cup payday against Rangers to redevelop Cliftonhill.

Full story: Daily Record

Rangers are considering an offer to scrap their controversial £1m loan deal with Laxey Partners after receiving a written counter offer from wealthy shareholder George Letham.

Albion Rovers chairman John Devlin
John Devlin has stadium plans with Albion Rovers's Scottish Cup windfall

Full story: Daily Mail

Former Rangers director Dave King has hit back at the Ibrox board by insisting he'd never damage the club.

Full story: Daily Record

The SFA's performance director Mark Wotte says last weekend's Dutch clash between Feyenoord and Ajax - featuring no fewer than 14 academy graduates starting the Eredivisie encounter - is the way forward for Scottish clubs to introduce more youngsters.

Full story: Daily Record

Former Dundee United star Barry Douglas, now in Poland with Lech Poznan, will risk upsetting his hosts tonight by cheering on Scotland after being invited to the Warsaw friendly as a guest of the Polish FA.

Full story: Daily Record

Dariusz Wdowczyk believes Gordon Strachan has the "character and charisma" to breathe fresh life into Scotland. The former Celtic defender will watch the Scots in action against his native Poland in tonight's friendly.

Full story: Sun (print edition)

Scotland defender Ifeoma Dieke says missing out on the chance to play against Brazil at Wembley was one of many low points following an injury which left her career in the balance.

Full story: The Herald

OTHER GOSSIP

Scotland head coach Scott Johnson has defended his recall of captain Kelly Brown for the Six Nations encounter at home to France, stressing he is a "good fit" for the side.

Full story: The Herald

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