Saturday's Scottish gossip
Rangers owner Craig Whyte has admitted the club are facing a "crisis situation" over their dispute with the taxman. The businessman told The Herald the club were "paralysed" by the case - which involves a potentially crippling £49m tax bill. (The Herald)
Whyte has intensified his battle with the BBC by stating that any member of the club who speaks to the broadcaster, even in an off-the-record basis, "will never work for Rangers again". (The Scotsman)
Former Scotland boss Alex McLeish has jumped into the Team GB football row, but insisting he would love to see Scots in the side at next year's Olympics. (Daily Record)
Neil Lennon has warned Daniel Majstorovic to get used to life on the bench at Celtic. (The Sun).
Fuming Hearts players have been told they'll have to wait until next week for their overdue wages. (The Sun)
Dunfermline defender Andy Dowie claims life in the First Division is so depressing he would take an 11th place finish in the SPL right now. (Daily Mail)
Danny Lennon believes St Mirren have found the formula to save Scottish Football. (Daily Express)