Scottish Gossip: Inverness CT, Dundee Utd, Andy Murray

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York City manager Jackie McNamara is plotting a loan move for Dundee United striker Simon Murray, having paid £50,000 to Arbroath to take the player to Tannadice last January. (Sun)

Miles Storey is hopeful of extending his loan stay at Inverness CT until the end of the season after hitting his seventh goal in 13 games during yesterday's loss to Celtic. (Daily Mail)

Hibernian remain on a sound financial footing despite posting a hefty loss for the second year running, insists chairman Rod Petrie. The Edinburgh club were £840,000 in the red for the year ending 31 July. (Scotsman)

Defender Mark Connolly describes Kilmarnock's 5-2 home loss to Partick Thistle as "embarrassing", saying "nobody did their jobs". (Various)

Dundee United captain Sean Dillon says manager Mixu Paatelainen has every right to label the underperforming team as soft touches as they lost at home to Hamilton. (Various)

Dundee United are seven points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership
Dundee United are seven points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership

Full-back Callum Paterson says Hearts can forget about a title challenge if they continue to squander points like they did in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Motherwell. (Various)

St Johnstone's Steven Anderson played through the pain in Friday's 1-1 draw with Dundee, with boss Tommy Wright saying you could see the bone in a deep gash on the defender's leg. (Sun)

Scotland striker Stevie May is facing months on the sidelines after suffering a cruciate ligament injury while playing for Preston at the weekend. (Sun)


Andy Murray describes yesterday's Davis Cup final victory in Belgium as "the most emotional" he's ever felt following a win. (Various)

And the Scottish tennis star joked that the whole team should be knighted after Great Britain's first success in the tournament since 1936. (Various)

Judy Murray, mother of Andy and Jamie, is calling on the Lawn Tennis Association to build on the Davis Cup success and grow the sport further. (The National)