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Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock wants Motherwell manager Stuart McCall to join him at Selhurst Park. The two worked together at Sheffield United and have remained firm friends. (The Scottish Sun)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist reveals there will come a time when he can no longer deal with the constant pressure which he has been under since he replaced Walter Smith as Ibrox boss in the summer of 2011. (Scotland on Sunday)

New Ross County boss Jim McIntyre admits managing Dunfermline came too soon for him in his career. (Sunday Mail)

St Mirren manager Tommy Craig insists the players must not feel sorry for themselves after their 2-1 defeat by Kilmarnock on Saturday left them without a point in the Scottish Premiership. (Sunday Post)

Celtic's Europa League opponents FC Salzburg - their name when they play in Uefa competitions - had their name changed from Austria Salzburg to Red Bull Salzburg when the energy drinks company bought them nine years ago. The owners tried to have the foundation date on the club badge changed from 1933 to 2005.(Scotland on Sunday)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Celtic were there for the taking in the match that ended 2-1 in Celtic's favour, while Niall McGinn feels the Dons should have been awarded a penalty. (The Scottish Sun)

And, like McGinn, McInnes is also upset that referee Bobby Madden did not award a spot-kick when Kris Commons appeared to handle the Northern Irishman's free-kick in the penalty box. (Sunday Express)

Former Falkirk midfielder Scott Arfield, who was released by Huddersfield 14 months ago, says he feels right at home playing for Burnley against billions of pounds' worth of talent in England's top flight. (Sunday Mail)


Glasgow Warriors scrum-half Henry Pyrgos predicts a "fast, pretty tiring" match on Cardiff Blues' artificial pitch in the Pro 12 on Sunday. (Scotland on Sunday)

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