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Aberdeen captain Ryan Jack is set to quit Pittodrie under freedom of contract for a move to MLS side Columbus Crew. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha reveals there were angry exchanges in the Ibrox dressing room after his side's 5-1 thrashing from Celtic. (Sun)

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths says Rangers are lucky not to have lost by seven or eight at Ibrox yesterday. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic stars Scott Sinclair and Moussa Dembele use Twitter to condemn a fan for racist gestures during the derby rout. (Sun)

Striker Kenny Miller says Rangers players are "ashamed" of their performance against Celtic, which leaves them 36 points behind the champions. (Sunday Post)

The gulf between Celtic and Rangers side is "frightening" says former Ibrox manager Ally McCoist. (Sunday Mail)

I'd never tout myself for Celtic or Rangers.. but I know I could make success of it, says former Hamilton and Norwich boss Alex Neil. (Sun)

A Scotland international footballer has taken the extraordinary step of banning himself from a chain of bookies because of a gambling addiction. (Sunday Mail)

Motherwell manager Steve Robinson reveals why he's forgiven the online troll who scared his family with death threats. (Sunday Mail)

Kris Commons in action for Hibs
Commons, who joined Celtic in 2011, has made just five appearances while on a short loan at Hibs this season

If he can prove his fitness, Celtic midfielder Kris Commons will almost certainly feature before the end of the season so he can say farewell to fans. (Sun)

Leeann Dempster, the Hibernian chief executive, believes a woman will be managing a top Scottish club within five years. (Sunday Herald, subscription required)

Hibs and Scotland midfielder John McGinn reckons the collapse of a proposed move to America in the summer of 2015 was "a blessing in disguise". (Scotsman)

Former Scottish FA chief executive Gordon Smith reckons referee Don Robertson got it "100% right" when sending Scott Brown off at Ross County. The Celtic captain later had the decision downgraded to a yellow card after contesting it. (Sunday Post)

Scotland captain Gemma Fay is focused on regaining her starting place ahead of this summer's European Championship as she plays full-time for the first time in her long career. (Sunday Herald)

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