Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...
•Former Hearts captain Paul Hartley, currently in charge of Dundee, has emerged as a strong contender for the Cardiff manager’s job (The Sun).
•Celtic manager Ronny Deila is adamant Aleksandar Tonev did not racially abuse Aberdeen defender Shay Logan (various).
•Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon still believes he can be even better than he was before his injury troubles (various).
•Derek Adams revealed he was “shocked” when his dad George informed him that both of them had been sacked as Ross County manager and director of football respectively last week (The Sun).
•Anna Signeul believes Scotland’s women can still qualify for next summer’s World Cup despite losing 2-0 in Sweden (various).
•Dundee United goalkeeper Radoslaw Cierzniak claims the Dundee derby is now the biggest game in Scotland (various).
•SFA performance director Mark Wotte believes Rangers youngster Lewis Macleod is of a similar calibre to £3 million Sporting Lisbon player Ryan Gauld (various) .