Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre wants to stay with the club for the rest of his career.
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has been saddened by Hibernian's decision to not allow 'Well fans to take a snare drum to Easter Road for Saturday's Scottish Premiership meeting.
Loans taken out by Rangers amounting to £1.5m could be repaid from the sale of 2014-15 season tickets.
Meanwhile, former Ibrox chief executive Charles Green insists he was worth double the money Rangers paid him.
Albion Rovers will earn a three-month wage bonus of £1,000 per man if they beat Rangers in Sunday's Scottish Cup quarter-final.
Former Celtic director Michael Kelly claims he and fellow ex-board members had an alternative solution to Fergus McCann's takeover of the club in 1994 but the bank were "scared" into forcing shareholders to sell.
Scottish tennis player Elena Baltacha has vowed to win her fight against cancer of the liver and has received a message of encouragement from GB Federation Cup captain Judy Murray.
In rugby, full-back Stuart Hogg believes Scotland can build on their Six Nations win over Italy by beating France at Murrayfield on Saturday evening.
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And Hogg jokes he has heard enough of Duncan Weir bragging about his winning drop-goal against the Italians two weeks ago.