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Manager Tommy Wright reveals he would be happy to sign a contract that will keep him at St Johnstone for the next 10 years. (Various)

The Saints boss is hoping to secure James Dunne on loan again next season, with the midfielder set to return south to Stevenage in the next few weeks.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

St Johnstone's former chairman Geoff Brown says fan ownership is not the way forward for Scottish clubs. (Various)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster, who is off to the World Cup in Brazil with England, believes Roy Hodgson's side can win the tournament.

Full story: Daily Record

Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre wants to stay at the club for as long as possible, and then intends to return to his homeland of Honduras to finish his career and take his first steps into management. (Various)

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Goalkeeper Craig Gordon has been training with former club Hearts

Hamilton Accies chairman Les Gray, whose side take on Hibs over two legs in the Premiership play-off final, believes it would be fairer as a one-off tie.

Full story: Daily Record

Hibs legend Pat Stanton has told the Easter Road side to stop feeling sorry for themselves - and make sure they see off Hamilton to ensure they are playing top-flight football next term.

Full story: Scotsman

Cowdenbeath finance director David Allan reveals securing a spot in the Championship, and the cash that will bring in thanks to fixtures against Rangers and Hearts, means the club will be able to take a team bus to some games next season.

Full story: Daily Record

Former Dunfermline and Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood says his friend Louis van Gaal is the perfect boss for Manchester United, after the Dutchman signed a deal at Old Trafford. (Various)

Goalkeeper Craig Gordon insists he is not ready to get into coaching yet, as the 31-year-old former Scotland man targets a return to playing. (Various)


Swimmer Michael Jamieson says the key to his success is the music he listens to before a race, with the Olympic silver medallist revealing techno does the trick.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)