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Aberdeen's Derek McInnes, already the PFA Scotland manager of the year, has also been named the best boss of the season by the Scottish Football Writers' Association and will receive his award at the journalists' annual dinner next weekend.

Derek McInnes, who has led Aberdeen to second place in the Scottish Premiership and whose side lifted the Scottish League Cup this season, admits they can never overtake Celtic and win the league because of the difference in finances.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Former Scotland striker Kenny Miller will become a Rangers player for the third time after negotiating his release from Major League Soccer club Vancouver Whitecaps.

Full story: Daily Recordexternal-link

Ally McCoist, the Rangers manager, has revealed that neither he, his players nor his coaching staff will receive a bonus for winning the SPFL League One title this season amid concerns about the club's finances.

Full story: The Heraldexternal-link

Scot Gardiner, the Dundee chief executive, believes questions would have been asked had Hamilton Academical's extraordinary 10-2 thrashing of Morton cost his club promotion to the Premiership.

Full story: The Heraldexternal-link

Dougie Imrie has accused Dundee of disrespect after Dens Park chief executive Scot Gardiner branded Morton a pub team, but the striker admits he was mortified after Saturday's humiliating 10-2 hammering by Hamilton Accies, a result that almost ripped the Championship title away from the Dark Blues.

Full story: Daily Recordexternal-link

Scotland striker Ross McCormack says Leeds United must return to the top flight in England at the end of next season or he will leave the club.

Full story: Daily Mirror (print edition)

Scotland striker Craig Mackail-Smith, who has missed much of the season with an Achilles injury, hopes to play a bigger part in the play-offs after inspiring Brighton to a victory over Nottingham Forest that kept his side in the hunt for promotion to England's top flight.

Full story: Daily Starexternal-link

Paul Caddis' stoppage-time equaliser for Birmingham City against Bolton Wanderers not only saved the Scottish midfielder's club from relegation but from going into administration.

Full story: Daily Mirror (print edition)