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Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen insists he doesn't deserve an SFA ban after his astonishing derby bust-up with Dundee fans. (Various)

Erik Sviatchenko has revealed he was whacked by a team-mate amid the wild celebrations sparked by Tom Rogic's last-gasp winner at Kilmarnock. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Motherwell match-winner Louis Moult believes he and his team-mates can revive the Premiership title race - and follow up their victory over Aberdeen by beating Celtic at Fir Park. (Various)

Aberdeen defender Graeme Shinnie believes the Dons must win all seven remaining games if they are to stand any chance of winning the Premiership title. (Press and Journal) external-link

Dundee boss Paul Hartley has laughed off his touchline tussle with Dundee United goalkeeping coach Stuart Garden. (Scottish Sun).

Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen gestures to police over abuse he claimed he received from Dundee fans
Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen was unhappy with the abuse he received from Dundee fans

Erik Sviatchenko insists Celtic aren't the ones who will crack under the title strain in the run-in. (Daily Record)external-link

Dundee United manager Mixu Paatelainen has criticised the stewards at the Tannadice derby after he claimed he was verbally abused by Dundee fans. (The Courier)external-link

Former Real Madrid midfielder Julien Faubert was wholly unimpressed by Celtic after they had to rely on Tom Rogic's late wonder goal to rescue them at Rugby Park. (Daily Mail)

Lee Wallace is confident Rangers can recover from the 'hurt' of their collapse against Falkirk to build another unbeaten run. (Daily Mail)


Six Nations organisers have confirmed Ireland fly-half Jonathan Sexton could be called to answer for appearing to feign injury in the aftermath of the incident that led to Scotland centre Alex Dunbar being yellow-carded in Saturday's clash in Dublin. (The Times)

Vern Cotter laid the blame for his team's slow start in their defeat in Dublin firmly on the tournament schedule, which saw Scotland play against France just six days prior to facing Ireland in the Aviva Stadium. (Scotsman)

Lynsey Sharp insists 2016 won't be make or break - even though she'll jet home from the World Indoor Championships empty-handed. (Various)

Gala have ended a week of speculation by confirming coach George Graham, the former Scotland prop, has left the club "by mutual consent". (Scotsman)

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