Sunday's Scottish gossip
The turbulent relationship between between Steven Fletcher and the Scottish Football Association took a bizarre new twist when it emerged that the striker had been subjected to a random dope test on the morning of Wolves' friendly against Celtic. (Various)
Rangers boss Ally McCoist is refusing to give up hope in his bid to sign David Goodwillie - after the Dundee United star's move to Blackburn hit a snag. (Various).
Celtic star Joe Ledley is urging Wales team-mate Craig Bellamy to join him at Parkhead. (Various)
Neil Lennon last night stepped up his efforts to sign a new stopper after watching Lukasz Zaluska slip up against Inter Milan. (Sunday Mail)
St Mirren's Nigel Hasselbaink has spoken of his relief at scoring his debut goal for the club in the 1-0 win that takes them joint top of the table. (Various)
Craig Brown admits Aberdeen may have to sign more players after their loss at St Mirren Park. (Various)
Danny Grainger believes Hearts can threaten the Old Firm because Rangers and Celtic have lost their 'fear-factor'. (Sunday Mail)
The Inverness Caley Thistle manager Terry Butcher says he doesn't think sectarianism is a 'massive problem' in Scottish football. (Sunday Mail).
John Hartson insists bigots are wasting their time in trying to get Celtic boss Neil Lennon to walk away from Scottish football. (Sunday Mail)
The Swedish League match between Rangers' Champions League qualifying opponents Malmo and Djurgarden was abandoned after only 11 minutes after several firecrackers were thrown on to the field. (Scotland on Sunday).