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Rangers fans have been urged not to hand over season ticket cash after the board stalled on a deal to safeguard the future of Ibrox and Murray Park. (Various)

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara says he is dreading the job of having to wield the Scottish Cup final axe. (Various)

Sir Alex Ferguson has given his backing to St Johnstone's bid for Scottish Cup glory.

Full story: Daily Record

Gary Locke has broken his silence on Hearts' decision to jettison him and says he has walked away with his "head held high". (Various)

Celtic legend Danny McGrain is expected to be released from hospital later after suffering a minor heart attack. (Various)

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright believes Scottish Cup final opponents Dundee United won't play defender John Souttar and playmaker Ryan Gauld in their starting line-up. (Various)

St Johnstone owner Geoff Brown has named his latest horse after the club's striker Stevie May.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Blackpool target Jackie McNamara says his focus has always been Dundee United's Scottish Cup final against St Johnstone.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Cowdenbeath manager Jimmy Nicholl insists he hasn't fallen out with Dunfermline counterpart - despite his handshake snub following the Championship play-off final first leg at Central Park.

Full story: Scotsman


Glasgow Warriors captain Al Kellock says they will forget their previous RaboDirect semi-final record - three losses in as many away ties - when they host Munster tonight.

Full story: The Herald