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Jamie Hamill faces further punishment from the Scottish Football Association after the Hearts defender barged Ross County manager Derek Adams over after scoring a penalty. (Various)

There may be another power battle in Scottish football as the Scottish Professional Football League plans to take control of the SFA's seven-man main board and the budget for grassroots development. (Sunday Mail)

Neil Lennon is looking to bring Manchester United striker Nick Powell, currently at Wigan, on loan to Celtic next season. (Various)

Hibernian manager Terry Butcher admits his team are right in the relegation battle after they suffered their fifth defeat in a row. (Various)

John Sutton, who scored Motherwell's equaliser against Celtic on Saturday, insists his team will still be in contention for the runners-up spot in the Scottish Premiership when they play Aberdeen on the last game of the season. (The Sun)

Dundee United defender Andrew Robertson says cancelling his summer holiday last year to focus on his fitness after his move from Queen's Park was one of the best decision he has made. (Various)

Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni reveals his surprise that manager Ally McCoist dropped his shorts for the players to aim shots at his backside in a training ground forfeit. (The Sun, Daily Star)

McCoist hints that the financial realities at Ibrox are such that he does not expect to be able to greatly rebuild his squad for next season in the Championship. (Sunday Mail)

But the Ibrox boss says he will be in a "better, clearer place" when chief executive Graham Wallace reveals the results of his 120-day business review on Friday. (Sunday Times)

Sebastien Faure believes the Rangers fans are "a bit harsh" when they criticise the team for some of their displays. (Sunday Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Clermont Auvergne and former Scotland lock Nathan Hines hopes to help coach Vern Cotter to the Heineken Cup before the Kiwi heads to Murrayfield to take charge of the Scotland national team. (Scotland on Sunday)

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