As the dust settles on a championship weekend in Scotland, there is time to reflect on a job well done and a look towards the next race for major silverware.
The Scottish Cup semi-finalists have their say as Aberdeen, Hibernian and Hearts join Celtic in the race to look out the Brasso this summer.
Meanwhile there’s travel trouble for Motherwell, the ‘Gang of Ten’ are on the move again and there could be a fresh bid for a Rangers star in the offing.
Celtic hitman Gary Hooper points to the Hoops’ amazing comeback from 3-0 down to draw at Rugby Park in October as the moment Celtic put themselves on course for the title.
An Edinburgh ‘shortcut’ went awry for the Motherwell squad returning from Leith after their 1-1 draw with Hibernian. When the bus hit a low bridge, the players had to walk to nearby Waverley Station and catch a train back home.
The in-form Aberdeen striker is motivated by desire to play for silverware for the first time in his career.
After finally finding his shooting boots at East End Park, Hearts striker Glen has his eyes on gunning down Celtic.
Hibs stalwart Ian Murray says the Easter Road team is enthralled by the romance of the cup. (Daily Record)
West Bromwich Albion boss Roy Hodgson is preparing a new bid for crocked Rangers star Steven Naismith, after his original £2m bid was rejected. (Scottish Sun)
The voting rights and wrongs are back on the agenda, as Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston becomes the latest to put his head above the parapet. (Daily Record)
Holding midfielders - unite! Scott from TheFootyBlogNet says that the deep ball player has got it easy in a position where passion can outweigh the need for technique. Agree?
A tribute to Phillip Omondi, a sensation in the Ugandan game in the 1970s. Apparently "you only ever compare Omondi when talking about Diego Maradona and Pele". David Obua's omission from the article remains a mystery. (Daily Monitor)
Hougang United, owned by prospective Rangers FC bidder Bill Ng in Singapore, are not in the mood to wave the white flags against Gombak United on their own official website.
No rush for this goalkeeper to take a goal kick in the Asian Champions League.
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