Hearts have made a post-tax profit of almost £3million as a result of donations from unnamed benefactors.
Jack Ross has vowed to help Hibernian live up to their big gun billing in Scotland after being confirmed as the club’s new head coach.
The tax authority has refuted claims that it miscalculated a demand which was a major factor in the financial collapse of Rangers in 2012.
Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson insists the pressure to stop Celtic winning nine Scottish Premiership titles in a row will not stop manager Steven Gerrard from blooding youngsters in his first team.
New Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson insists the Ibrox club do not have to sell prize assets like Alfredo Morelos come January.
Declan Gallagher insists he is now up to speed with international football and hopes to make his Scotland debut soon.
Neil Lennon will appraise Celtic’s season during the international break after the champions stayed top of the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 2-0 win over Motherwell.
Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo is aiming to get “nasty” after turning his apprehension to elation on his return trip to Livingston.
Neil Lennon heaped praise on ‘reliable’ Jonny Hayes after his man of the match performance in Celtic’s 2-0 win over Motherwell at Parkhead.
Steven Gerrard claimed Livingston manager Gary Holt was wide of the mark with his pre-match comments while his Rangers team were spot-on with their performance.
Celtic ended a historic week with a 2-0 win over Motherwell which kept them top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Joe Aribo experienced a far more enjoyable return trip to Livingston as his goal sent Rangers on their way to a 2-0 victory.
Ryan Hedges feels the togetherness and strength of the Aberdeen squad can keep driving them on after a hat-trick of victories.
Christian Doidge insists Hibernian were not far away from success under Paul Heckingbottom but believes the changes made by Eddie May were key to a first Ladbrokes Premiership victory in three months.
Steven Naismith hopes Hearts’ breathless victory over St Mirren acts as a springboard for the remainder of their campaign.
Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio is trying to find an available free agent to solve his defensive crisis.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was far from convinced that referee Alan Newlands got it right when he awarded Ross County a penalty in his side’s 3-1 victory.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice praised his players for digging deep to force a draw with Kilmarnock after playing for an hour with 10 men.
Austin MacPhee is hopeful Hearts’ emphatic 5-2 win over St Mirren will ward off any feeling of ‘panic’ in the club’s search for a new manager and sporting director.
Caretaker manager Eddie May believes his fresh perspective helped Hibernian register their first Ladbrokes Premiership victory in three months.
Hibernian shrugged off the departure of manager Paul Heckingbottom to register their first Premiership victory in over three months thanks to a Christian Doidge hat-trick in a 4-1 win at St Johnstone.
Kilmarnock recovered from falling two goals behind to salvage a 2-2 draw against 10-man Hamilton in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Aberdeen came from behind at the Global Energy Stadium to beat Ross County 3-1 and record three consecutive Premiership wins for the first time this season.
Returning trio Steven Naismith, Jamie Walker and Jake Mulraney all scored as Hearts delivered a 5-2 victory against St Mirren to hand Austin MacPhee his first win as interim head coach.
Aberdeen fought back from the set-back of losing an early goal to secure a win that moved them up to third in the Premiership table.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson senses his players are growing in belief as they prepare to face Celtic.
Livingston manager Gary Holt insists all he will ask of his players against Rangers is to give it their all – even though he knows that might not be good enough.
Gary Holt is hopeful some of his injured players can return to face Rangers but will make late decisions on whether to risk the likes of Lyndon Dykes and Chris Erskine.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard believes Scottish clubs need to keep improving in Europe to atone for years of under-performing.
Hearts interim manager Austin MacPhee hopes a first league win at Tynecastle Park this season can ease pressure on the club as they look for a new head coach and sporting director.