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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says "I'm here to stay" after leading the club to the Scottish Premiership title in his debut season. (Daily Mail)

Rangers' on-loan midfielder Emerson Hyndman insists he is only focused on the race for second spot and not his own future amid Celtic interest. (Daily Record)

St Johnstone team-mates Danny Swanson and Richard Foster are expected to learn their fates within the next 48 hours after both were sent off for fighting each other during Saturday's loss at Hamilton. (Daily Record)

Former Saint Allan Preston urges the Perth club not to axe brawling pair Danny Swanson and Richard Foster. (Scotsman)

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths faces another two weeks on the sidelines after fracturing a bone in his back on Scotland duty. "It sounds a lot worse that it is," says manager Brendan Rodgers. (Daily Express, print edition)

Celtic's hat-trick hero Scott Sinclair was still giving post match interviews at Tynecastle when the team bus departed, with the driver having to going back for him. (Daily Record)

Following Saturday's 1-1 draw, Motherwell striker Scott McDonald says teams are no longer scared to face Rangers at Ibrox. (Sun)

"It's there for everyone to see and I hope a wee bit of common sense prevails," says Hibs defender Darren McGregor ahead of his appeal against last week's red card for an alleged headbutt on Morton's Kudus Oyenuga (Sun)

Former Hearts midfielder Gary Mackay is worried that an apparent lack of fight in the current team risks driving fans away. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Ibrox coach Graeme Murty urges 15-year-old midfielder Billy Gilmour to snub Chelsea for a crack at the Rangers first team. (Sun)


Glasgow Warriros scrum-half Henry Pyrgos says yesterday's European Champions Cup defeat at Saracens is "tough to take". (The National)

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