Tuesday's Scottish gossip
Former Scotland defender Gordon McQueen believes players in the under-performing national side need smiles on their faces to start winning again.
Scotland striker Kenny Miller has revealed his disappointment at losing his place to Steven Fletcher but insists he would never turn his back on the national side.
Everton forward Steven Naismith insists Billy Stark should be considered as a potential successor to former Scotland manager Craig Levein. (Various)
Former Scotland midfielder Gary McAllister is the favourite to be named the new head coach at New York Red Bulls, with former Scotland boss Andy Roxburgh at the club as a sporting director. (Herald)
Scotland could be handed a 2014 World Cup lifeline following reports that Uefa president Michel Platini threatened to boot Serbia and Croatia out of the tournament. (Various)
Aberdeen boss Craig Brown believes his side can beat Celtic at the weekend and blow the SPL title race wide open. (Record)
Vancouver Whitecaps striker Kenny Miller is eyeing a loan move to a British club to retain his fitness ahead of Scotland's next 2014 World Cup qualifiers, with the new MLS season due to get under way in March. (Express)