Monday's Scottish gossip

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Dundee United's Paul Dixon insists the bitter and escalating Tannadice civil war must be halted to salvage their season following a poor run of nine matches and anger over chairman Stephen Thompson's running of the club. (Scottish Star)

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch has apologised for being sent off during Sunday's match at Ibrox against Hearts, but thanked his team-mates for bailing him out with a 2-1 win. (Scottish Express)

Hearts manager Robbie Neilson insists he's still proud of his players despite the defeat by Rangers marking only their second loss of the league season. (Scottish Sun)

Livingston player-manager Mark Burchill paid tribute to defender Darren Cole for inspiring the West Lothian side to a Petrofac Training Cup final win just days after the death of his cousin Shaun. (Daily Express)

Marco Negri has launched an astonishing attack on his former Rangers team-mate Lorenzo Amoruso, calling him a "backstabber who cannot be trusted". (Daily Record)

Falkirk's Will Vaulks insists the club can still stun the big guns by joining Hearts in the Premiership via the Championship play-offs and lift the Scottish Cup by overcoming Hibs in the semi-final. (Daily Record)

Shaun Maloney insists playing for Scotland helped fire him up to bag his first goal for MLS side Chicago Fire. (Scottish Sun)