Thursday's Scottish gossip
John Brown has urged fellow former Rangers players to join him on the front steps of Ibrox to protest against the club's board.
Brown, who took to the steps outside the stadium in June 2012 in a similar protest, said: "We had some of the greatest moments of our lives playing for Rangers and now it's time to give something back."
Alan Stubbs insists his Hibs players are unfazed by the prospect of playing at a below-capacity Ibrox on Friday as some Rangers supporters stay away during their current troubles. (Various)
The BBC is depriving Scottish football of its fair share of licence fee funding, an SPFL board member has claimed.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila has hailed the impact of scoring debutants Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong, and says he now feels settled at the club. (Various)
Inter Milan midfielder Hernanes says the troubled Serie A outfit aim to put their stuttering domestic form behind them when they face Celtic in the Europa League.
Full story: Daily Express
The shame of last season's 51-3 defeat by Wales in the Six Nations can drive Scotland to victory at Murrayfield on Sunday, according to Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw.
Full story: The Herald