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Scotsman David Moyes will hold crunch talks with owner Ellis Short in London on Monday over his future as Sunderland manager following their side's relegation from the English Premier League. (Daily Mail)

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has predicted that no top-flight team will repeat his side's feat of an unbeaten domestic league season within his lifetime. (The National)

Brendan Rodgers will target another unbeaten Scottish Premiership season in the next campaign despite admitting it will be difficult to replicate.(Daily Record)

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths, who scored in Sunday's 2-0 win over Hearts, feared that his midweek touchline disagreement with manager Brendan Rodgers after being substituted against Partick Thistle would cost him his place in the side. (The Herald)

Former Celtic midfielder John Collins thinks winger Patrick Roberts returns to Manchester City after his loan a better player than the English Premier League club's £49m-rated England international, Raheem Sterling.(Scottish Sun)

Sunderland manager David Moyes
David Moyes reportedly faces talks about his future at Sunderland

Motherwell central defender Ben Heneghan has insisted he knows nothing of reported in interest in him by Rangers, but the 23-year-old admits he loves playing at Ibrox. (Daily Mail, print edition)

Veteran Rangers striker Kenny Miller, who is 38 in December, has warned that he is determined to see off any challengers for his starting place next season despite manager Pedro Caixinha looking to bolster his squad this summer.(Daily Mail)

Scott Wright hopes he has given Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes a selection headache ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Celtic after the 19-year-old striker scored a hat-trick in Saturday's 6-0 hammering of Partick Thistle. (Scottish Sun)

Ross County manager Jim McIntyre says he is not interested in selling top scorer Liam Boyce, despite reported interest from Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibernian and English Championship clubs in the Northern Ireland striker.(The National)

Motherwell defender Ben Heneghan
Motherwell defender Ben Heneghan is being linked with Rangers

Striker Alex Fisher insists there is a united dressing room at Caledonian Stadium despite Inverness boss Richie Foran suggesting a few "bad apples" had hindered their attempts to avoid relegation from the Premiership. (Daily Record, print edition)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle forward Alex Fisher hopes his club can return to the Premiership at the first time of asking if there is no great cull of the squad.(Press and Journal)

Hamilton Academical captain Mikey Devlin faces a scan on his injured knee as the defender is an injury doubt for his side's Premiership play-off final against Dundee United. (Scottish Sun)

Winger David Templeton, who helped Hamilton Academical avoid automatic relegation on Saturday, admits he came close to retirement following injury problems and is looking forward to a fresh start at New Douglas Park by making sure they survive the play-off against Dundee United.(The Herald)

Dundee United striker Simon Murray says that silencing his Dundee-supporting friends gives him added incentive as he aims to help his side win promotion in their play-off against Hamilton Accies. (Daily Record)


Scot David Bogie boosted his hopes of winning the British Rally Championship for a second time when he won the latest round, the RSAC Scottish Rally. (The Herald, print edition)

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