Monday's Scottish Gossip
South Africa-based former director Dave King will fly into London on Wednesday in a quest to initiate a fan-based revolt against Rangers' board.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has insisted that Sunday's draw at home to League Two outfit Albion Rovers in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals was not an embarrassment for the League One leaders.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes could appeal against the red cards shown to Greg Tansey and Marley Watkins in their Scottish Cup quarter-final defeat by Dundee United - even though a failed challenge would rule them out of this weekend's League Cup final against Aberdeen.
Full story: The Sun (print edition)
Turkish striker Nadir Ciftci believes Dundee United will be "unstoppable" in their bid to lift the Scottish Cup this season if they maintain the form that resulted in a 5-0 hammering of Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the quarter-finals.
Celtic striker Georgios Samaras is considering moves to clubs in Spain and Turkey this summer as he stalls on a new contract with the Scottish champions, but the Greek international wants a second chance to prove himself in England's top flight.
Former Celtic midfielder Stiliyan Petrov, 34, scored a penalty in a charity match at the weekend. The game was only the second time Petrov had played football since he was diagnosed with leukaemia in March 2012.
Stephen Gallacher's sixth-place finish at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Miami ensured that the Scottish golfer will qualify for his maiden Masters and improved his chances of a place in Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Full story: The Herald (print edition)
Dundee Stars beat Braehead Clan to clinch the Gardiner Conference - the ice hockey club's first major trophy.
Full story: Daily Record (print edition)
Andy Murray finally believes he is ready to make a push for the French Open, the one Grand Slam tournament where he has yet to reach the final, as he feels fitter after back surgery.