Kyle Magennis can see big potential for St Mirren under boss Oran Kearney – but admits staying in the Ladbrokes Premiership will be vital if they are to realise it.
Motherwell have announced the signing of Denmark international midfielder Casper Sloth.
Scotland Women’s head coach Shelley Kerr is looking forward to sharing ideas with Steve Clarke after the new men’s head coach set a target of emulating her success.
Celtic winger Jonny Hayes insists he will never take the chance to win trophies for granted after suffering as a supporter in his younger days.
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney believes there is a big argument for the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off final being played over one match.
Motherwell winger Elliott Frear is set to leave Fir Park.
Defender Matt Kilgallon is among eight players leaving Hamilton following the expiry of his contract.
Michael Gardyne has signed a new two-year deal with Ross County.
Dundee have confirmed they have approached several managerial candidates after being linked with a move for Inverness boss John Robertson.
Steve Clarke is still hurting from missing out on a major international tournament as a player.
Steven MacLean hopes to repay Craig Levein’s faith in him by helping the Hearts boss get his hands on his first ever trophy.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee will miss Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final – but Peter Haring has declared himself fit for Hampden.
Steve Clarke feels he has reached the “pinnacle” of his career after being unveiled as the new Scotland head coach.
Robbie Neilson has warned St Mirren the pressure is all on them as they prepare to fight for their top-flight lives against his Dundee United side.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee will miss Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final with a knee injury.
Steve Clarke will outline his initial plans for the Scotland role later having been appointed as head coach 24 hours after leading Kilmarnock into Europe.
Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack feels they had a good season despite their trophy disappointment.
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd has backed departing manager Steve Clarke to put uncommitted Scotland players in their place and lead the nation to a major tournament.
Hibernian have announced the departure of 13 first-team players.
Kilmarnock have thanked Steve Clarke for restoring the “pride, passion and belief” in their club ahead of his exit to lead Scotland.