Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Neil Lennon has warned Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths to clean up his act off the field if he wants a future at the club. (Various)

Former Scotland and Rangers forward Kenny Miller admits his time at Vancouver Whitecaps could be coming to an end, but wants to stay in Canada. (Daily Record)

Former Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot belives the Ibrox side should be named 2008 Uefa Cup winners if Zenit are found guilty of match-fixing. (Daily Express)

Morton manager Kenny Shiels still believes Garry O'Connor can enjoy the same striking comeback as Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd. (Daily Record)

Scotland women's manager Anna Signeul is convinced her team's success is a sign of good times for all the national sides. (Various)

Goalkeeper Craig Gordon has revealed he's had similar agonising blood injections to tennis star Rafa Nadal in order to save his career. (Various)

Meanwhile, Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has thanked former Scotland goalkeeper Andy Goram for tipping him off about the prospect of signing Gordon. (The Sun)

Raith Rovers manager Grant Murray is urging his players to emulate the success of their 1994 League Cup-winning side by edging out Rangers in the Ramsdens Cup final (Various)

Ally McCoist is relishing the pressure on him to deliver the first cup final trophy under his charge. (Various)

Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd insists he will not make a decision about his football future until he makes sure his current club are safe. (Scotsman)

Brora Rangers travel to Keith today requiring one more victory to be crowned Highland League champions for the first time in their 135-year existence. (The Herald)

Aberdeen forward Jonny Hayes has an outside chance of making next weekend's Scottish Cup semi-final against St Johnstone. (Daily Express)

Hearts manager Gary Locke insists Hibs fans should be considering how much they'll miss the Edinburgh derby instead of trying to scupper the Tynecastle clubs rescue plans. (Daily Mail)