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St Mirren winger Gary Teale has hit out at the club for leaving manager Danny Lennon, and several out-of-contract players, in the dark over their futures. (Various)

Midfielder Chris Erskine, who has been on loan at Partick Thistle from Dundee United, admits he would be interested in returning to the Maryhill club again next season. (Various)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle's prolific striker Billy McKay has revealed he is in no hurry to leave the club.

Full story: Daily Record

Motherwell's Craig Reid, who scored the winner against Aberdeen to secure second spot in the table for the Steelmen, hopes some of the cash the club netted from his goal will be used to give him a new contract. (Various)

Barry Nicholson
Veteran Kilmarnock midfielder Barry Nicholson is planning to play on next season

Hearts' Dale Carrick has pleaded with the club's new owner Ann Budge to keep Gary Locke as manager. (Various)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is set to call Derby County pair Craig Forsyth and Chris Martin into his squad for the friendly against Nigeria.

Full story: The Herald.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon remains a target for Norwich City as the relegated Canaries look to land a new boss to bring them straight back up from the English Championship.

Full story: Sun (subscription required)

Scot Malky Mackay, who was sacked by Cardiff City, is also high on the wanted list of Norwich, who are planning to name a new manager within a week.

Full Story: Daily Mailexternal-link

Former Morton winger Marko Rajamaki has expressed an interest in returning to the club as their new manager, following Kenny Shiels' resignation, but Dumbarton boss Ian Murray is still top of the Cappielow side's wanted list.

Full story: Daily Record

Kilmarnock midfielder Barry Nicholson, 35, says he is not ready to hang up his boots yet and is hoping to find a new club when his Rugby Park deal ends this summer. (Various)


Glasgow Warriors could use Ibrox if they see off Munster to reach the Pro12 Grand Final and gain home advantage. (Various)

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