Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Under-pressure Hibs boss Pat Fenlon will be set the task of winning the Edinburgh derby on 11 August to safeguard his position.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has praised Gary Hooper following his £5m move to Norwich City and believes he will need to sign two strikers to replace him.
St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson signed a new one-year deal rather than move to England because manager Tommy Wright made him feel wanted. (Various)
Malmo captain Jiloan Hamad was stunned Hibs supporters stayed to applaud them at Easter Road following the 7-0 midweek mauling in the Europa League. (Various)
Lewis Stevenson admits Hibs collapsed after losing the first goal against Malmo and admits the squad are devastated by their Europa League display. (Various)
Motherwell received a Europa League boost with news that opponents Kuban Krasnodar have sold Armenian international Araz Ozbiliz to Spartak Moscow for £8m. (Sun)
The SPFL have admitted they don't have a clue why Rangers can field two trialists in the Ramsdens Cup on Sunday - but won't be able to if they reach round two. (Record)
Malmo midfielder Simon Thern rubbed salt into Hibs's wounds by claiming their players looked like nursery children in the Easter Road drubbing. (Various)
Scotland's Russell Knox shot a stunning round of 59 in the Web.com Tour's Albertsons Bosie Open - only the fifth player to do so in the history of the tour. (Various)