Monday's Scottish gossip

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Falkirk manager Peter Houston has invited club volunteer Bobby Wilson to lead the team out for the Scottish Cup final on 30 May. (Herald)

Celtic boss Ronny Deila is urging his players not to dwell on the refereeing mistake which denied them a penalty in their semi-final defeat to Inverness. (Various)

Josh Meekings, who stopped a Leigh Griffiths header from going in with his arm, admits he was lucky not to be sent off but does not want the incident to overshadow Inverness reaching their first Scottish Cup final. (Various)

Caley Thistle match-winner David Raven says "we can't beat Celtic and not win the Cup". (Sun)

Celtic's Scottish Cup exit means Aberdeen will need to make another early Europa League return, with qualifying at the beginning of July. The Scottish Cup winners will enter at the next stage. (Daily Express)

Dumbarton defender Mark Wilson applauds Rangers manager Stuart McCall for promoting good young players but thinks Hibernian will beat them to the play-off final. (Herald)

Defender Paul Hanlon says his Hibs team-mates are "devastated" after losing their semi-final to Falkirk but knows there is no time for the players to feel sorry for themselves ahead of the race for play-off placing. (Various)

Falkirk midfielder Tom Taiwo is tipping the club's Hampden hero Craig Sibbald to shine at a higher level. (Daily Mail)

Scotland midfielder Barry Bannan has been suspended "indefinitely" by Bolton following a hotel disturbance. (Herald)

Blackburn defender Grant Hanley has not played since February and is an injury doubt for Scotland's crucial Euro qualifier in Dublin in June. (Sun)

Head coach Anna Signeul believes Scotland have an excellent chance of reaching Euro 2017, with the the qualifying draw made today. (Various)


Former Scotland star Peter Wright thinks Sam Hidalgo-Clyne is ahead of Greig Laidlaw in the battle for the starting scrum-half spot at the World Cup. (Daily Mail)