Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Hibernian are lining up Inverness manager Terry Butcher to be the Easter Road club's new boss, following the departure of Pat Fenlon.
Fenlon says he would have resigned even if Hibs had not lost to Hearts in Wednesday's Scottish League Cup tie.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon fears Uefa may have cost the Scottish side a place in the last 16 of the Champions League after they rejected the club's appeal against captain Scott Brown's three-match European ban.
Meanwhile, Lennon has offered Celtic's support to former Rangers player Fernando Ricksen, who has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
Cardiff City's Scottish boss Malky Mackay insists he has the final say on transfers following the recent departures of head of recruitment Iain Moody and his interim replacement Alisher Apsalyamov, a friend of club owner Vincent Tan's son.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes there is more to come from "dream" signing Jon Daly after the striker took his season's goal tally to 14 with a brace in the Scottish Cup defeat of Airdrieonians on Friday evening.
Meanwhile, Dave King, who has been trying to agree fresh investment in Rangers, fears the club will run out of money by the end of the season.
Hearts manager Gary Locke has backed goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald for a Scotland call-up.