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Celtic "can't give up hope" when it comes to Europe, says manager Brendan Rodgers following the Scottish champions' Europa League exit at the hands of Valencia. (Daily Record)external-link

Jonny Hayes says Celtic will learn from their European campaign after they have fully focused on this season's domestic games. (Herald - subscription required)external-link

Celtic can be "proud" of themselves despite losing 3-0 on aggregate to Valencia, says goalkeeper Scott Bain. (Daily Mail)external-link

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has condemned the abuse directed at Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke during Wednesday's Scottish Cup replay at Ibrox. (Sun)external-link

But Gerrard has questioned why Clarke did not comment on the abuse Killie striker Kris Boyd endured in the Rugby Park club's recent match against Celtic. (Scotsman)external-link

And Gerrard was left puzzled by Kilmarnock boss Clarke's revelation he had been approached about the Rangers job 10 months ago. (Daily Record)external-link

Former Rangers winger Neil McCann expects the Ibrox outfit to "cash in" on top scorer Alfredo Morelos. (Herald - subscription required)external-link

Hull City are monitoring Motherwell's in-demand Scottish midfielder Jake Hastie, 19. (Hull Daily Mail)external-link

Scottish football does not need foreign referees, it just needs more officials, says Hearts manager Craig Levein. (Sun)external-link

Livingston head coach Gary Holt wants refs to explain themselves, after being frustrated by decisions in his side's defeat by Dundee last weekend. (Daily Record)external-link

Hibernian defender Paul Hanlon has revealed new head coach Paul Heckingbottom greeted all his players by name on his first day in the job. (Sun)external-link

Scotland Under-19 international Alex Harris, 24, currently with York City, is open to the possibility of playing for Grenada. (Scotsman)external-link

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