Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has criticised his side's defensive errors in the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Dundee United. (Various)
Rangers defender Steven Smith refuses to blame goalkeeper Steve Simonsen for their Scottish Cup exit. Simonsen was at fault for United's third goal, but Smith said: "We win as a team and lose as a team." (Various)
Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson aims to complete a Cup double for the Dons this season - then hand his Scottish Cup medal to his mum.
Full story: Sunday Mail
St Johnstone striker Steve MacLean is relishing the prospect of facing former team-mate Jamie Langfield in today's Scottish Cup semi-final and believes the Dons keeper merits inclusion in the team of the season. (Various)
Dundee United's goal hero Stuart Armstrong says their Scottish Cup victory at Ibrox proves they know how to win "ugly" as and when required. (Various)
United striker Nadir Ciftci revealed former Celtic striker turned agent Pierre van Hooijdonk - who helped clinch his move to Tannadice - left a voicemail on his phone congratulating him on United's Cup win.
Full story: Sunday Sun
Rangers have secured a much-needed financial boost by agreeing a shirt sponsorship deal with internet gaming firm 32Red.
Full story: Mail on Sunday
Leicester City will attempt to lure Celtic's Kris Commons back to England, having secured promotion to the Premier League next season. Commons, who joined Celtic from Derby County in 2011, is the side's top scorer this term.
Full story: Sunday Express