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Pedro Caixinha has declared his Rangers 'warriors' are ready to end Celtic's Treble dream. (Various)external-link

Jonny Hayes, the Aberdeen winger, has criticised the SFA's decision to hold Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final between his side and Hibs at Hampden with a 12.15pm kick-off. "I think there's a severe lack of common sense at the SFA," he said. (Sunday Times - subscription required)external-link

Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes
Jonny Hayes says 'whoever is making these decisions is alienating a lot of people'

Nigerian hitman Henry Onyekuru has admitted that Celtic have made an enquiry for him. (Scottish Sun on Sunday, newspaper edition)

Neil Lennon said he'll enjoy Hibs' promotion party even more than his historic win over Barcelona as Celtic manager. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Derek McInnes revealed Aberdeen are sweating over the fitness of Niall McGinn for the Scottish Cup semi-final. (Various)

Craig Gordon has warned the rest of Scottish football that Celtic are just getting started under Brendan Rodgers. (Various)external-link

Brendan Rodgers has backed Jim McIntyre to get Ross County back on track after the first signs of unrest from the stands. (Various)

Pedro Caixinha will decide before the end of the month which players he will keep at Rangers next season. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)external-link

Neil Lennon insists Hibs are back where they belong after they secured their return to the Premiership. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)external-link


Former skipper Kelly Brown believes the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour has come a year too soon for most of the current Scotland side, but insists more will join the Lions ranks during the inevitable injury fallout in New Zealand. (Mail on Sunday, newspaper edition)

Ricky Burns vowed not to quit after Julius Indongo snatched his WBA super-lightweight crown. (Sunday Mail)external-link

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