Sunday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Dundee manager Paul Hartley has hit out at Morton in the wake of their 10-2 defeat by Hamilton on the final day of the Championship. Hartley's side sealed the title but he said "If you are a professional team you shouldn't lose 10-2." (Various)

Dumbarton boss Ian Murray, meanwhile, believes his side were denied a clear late penalty at Dens Park that could have denied Dundee the title. (Various)

Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby insists defender Virgin van Dijk, who has been linked with several English Premier League clubs, is now worth £8m. (Various)

Boss Ally McCoist is hoping to offer goalkeeper Craig Gordon a contract this summer. (Various)

Tommy Wright says he will be "more than happy" if he is still St Johnstone manager in 10 years' time. (Sun)

St Johnstone youth coach Danny Griffin insists it would take a bid of £1m for the club to consider parting with striker Stevie May. (Various)

Jim Jefferies says former Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov was trying to avoid paying up his contract when he offered the then Jambos boss a director of football role at the club. (Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

Snooker legend Steve Davis says it will be fitting if Ronnie O'Sullivan goes on to win eight World Championship titles, which would beat Stephen Hendry's record of seven. (Sun)

Ian Woosnam believes it is "disgusting" that Scot Sandy Lyle has been overlooked for the Ryder Cup captaincy. (Various)

John McEnroe is convinced Andy Murray will return to top form ahead of the defence of his Wimbledon title this summer. (Various)