Monday's Scottish Gossip
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has promised to back manager Derek McInnes' attempt to bridge the gap between themselves and Celtic following the Dons' Scottish League Cup final victory.
Sons of Struth fans group founder Craig Houston says he is facing bankruptcy after Rangers director Sandy Easdale started legal action over claims made over the club's financial future.
St Mirren midfielder Kenny McLean insists his mind is fully on helping the Paisley side avoid relegation despite his contract expiring at the end of the season and insists that reports linking him with Rangers are just speculation.
Billy Davies came closer to the sack as manager of Nottingham Forest after Kuwaiti owner Fawaz Al-Hasawi held talks with former Leeds United boss Neil Warnock.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright, in hospital following a gall bladder operation, delivered his team talk for Saturday's win over Hibernian via text message.
Full story: The Sun (print edition)
On-loan Brighton defender Vitalijs Maksimenko, who made his Kilmarnock debut against Aberdeen, has pleaded for more starts with the Ayrshire side as he needs to be playing regular first-team football to be part of Latvia's squad squad for the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Full story: Daily Record (print edition)
Scottish Athletics head coach Stephen Maguire insists his impending departure will not derail the nation's push for Commonwealth Games glory this summer.
Uruguay and the United States drew 27-27 in Montevideo in the first leg of their Americas 2 play-off as they battle it out to take their place in Scotland's group for next year's Rugby World Cup finals in England.