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Hearts captain Danny Wilson is to leave Tynecastle this summer after activating a clause in his contract that allows the 23-year-old defender to leave without a fee. (Scotland on Sunday)

Ronny Deila says he can envisage managing Celtic for a decade and building a dynasty at the Glasgow club. (Various)

Falkirk's semi-final goal hero Craig Sibbald revealed that his Hibs-mad brother sent him a text before yesterday's game telling him to score at Hampden. (Sunday Express)

Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre is ready to tell Honduras that he needs to miss games over the summer to be properly rested for next season. (Sunday Express)

SFA chief executive Stewart Regan defends the decision to play a June friendly with Qatar - despite knowing it could impact on World Cup seeding - saying a warm-up for the Euro 2016 qualifier away to Ireland is the priority. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Stuart McCall wants to see accumulated yellow cards scrapped at the end of the league season, removing the prospect of having players suspended during the play-offs. (Sunday Mail)

Former Inverness CT hero Charlie Christie still has his man-of-the-match bottle of champagne from the shock Scottish Cup win over Celtic in 2000 and says he'll only open it when his son, Ryan, wins a Scotland cap. (Sunday Mail)

Feyenoord will not make a second offer for Celtic's on-loan striker John Guidetti unless the Swede drops his wage demands. (Sun)

Inverness CT midfielder Nick Ross admits he may quit his hometown club in the summer, with his contract due to expire, but wants to leave with a Scottish Cup winners' medal. (Various)

Ryan Hardie scored twice on his first start for Rangers yesterday but his family were not there to share in the teenager's joy since his mum and dad could not get tickets for the sold-out match at Dumbarton. (Various)

Player-manager Darren Young says leading Albion Rovers to the League Two title is the best moment of his career. (Various)

Champions Brora Rangers won 2-0 at Rothes to become only the second club in post-war years to finish the Highland League season unbeaten. (Various)

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