Friday's Scottish Gossip
Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan insists his organisation are at the forefront of the battle to oust Fifa president Sepp Blatter from his post.
Celtic are considering a move for Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle.
Paul Kane, the former Hibernian player leading a campaign to remove club chairman Rod Petrie, was surprised when Petrie himself turned up at a meeting between Kane and majority shareholder Sir Tom Farmer.
United Arab Emirates club Al Shabab Al Arabi have confirmed their interest in appointing former Celtic manager Neil Lennon as their new boss.
Recent Rangers signing Darren McGregor has revealed his new manager Ally McCoist took time out consoled him after the defender had lost his father during his spell at St Mirren.
New Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson believes the Championship club can be rebuilt to be the third force in Scottish football.
The Scottish Professional Football League and Ramsdens have been unable to reach agreement on a new sponsorship deal for the Challenge Cup.
Full story: Daily Express (print edition)
European 800m champion Lynsey Sharp has revealed she was so desperate to make Scotland's Commonwealth Games team for Glasgow 2014 that she considered switching to cycling after injuries and surgery had limited her opportunities to compete in the year running up to her ultimate team selection.
Full story: Daily Record (print edition)