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Charles Green last night revealed he's ready to make a shock Rangers comeback as Mike Ashley's boardroom representative.

Hearts striker Genero Zeefuik says he cannot bear to watch Hibernian v Rangers at Easter Road this afternoon - a game that will see Hearts win the Championship title should Hibs fail to win. (Various)

Rangers defender Darren McGregor admits he was wrong to mock Hearts' title credentials earlier this season.

Full story: Sunday Mail

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Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson insists he would have been happy with a final day title decider against Rangers this season. (Various)

On-loan Bolton midfielder Barry Bannan aims to repay the faith shown in him by Scotland manager Gordon Strachan during a rocky domestic spell at Crystal Palace.

Full story: Sunday Mail

After watching his side take a step forward in their quest to secure a domestic treble, Celtic manager Ronny Deila will use the international break to embark on a scouting mission to bolster his squad.

Full story: Sunday Herald external-link

Scots-born Gibraltar boss Davie Wilson insists no sense of divided loyalty will prevent him from singing Flower of Scotland before next Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier at Hampden.

Full story: Mail on Sunday

Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk says the disappointment of the Europa League exit at the hands of Inter Milan is added motivation to secure the treble.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Hibs boss Alan Stubbs believes Stuart McCall will "bring discipline" to Rangers and improve the Ibrox outfit's results. (Various)

McCall, meanwhile, vows to get it right on the pitch without making wholesale changes to his squad. (Various)


Following a winless Six Nations campaign, Vern Cotter admits Scotland must address "a fair few things" before they can become a true threat. (Various)

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