Monday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has criticised playing international friendlies the week before his side's Champions League clash with Juventus. (Various)

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster will return to training for Celtic after injury and should be fit for the visit of Juventus. (Daily Mail)

Wolves striker Kevin Doyle has revealed he was sure he would be signing Celtic until his club vetoed the move at the end of the transfer window. (Sun)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon insists his side can repeat their League Cup win over Celtic after they were drawn together in the Scottish Cup.

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Hibs goalkeeper Ben Williams has warned fans not to expect him to save every spot-kick despite saving his fourth of the season against Aberdeen. (Various)

Rangers' exit from the Scottish Cup on Saturday means this season will be the first in 122 years without an Old Firm match. (Daily Express)

Tom Sermanni, the Scottish head coach if the US women's team, is preparing for his first match in charge - against Scotland. (Scotsman)

OTHER GOSSIP

Lock Richie Gray thinks Scotland can get their Six Nations campaign back on track, with three home games coming up. (Herald)

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Golfer Scott Gallacher has set his sights on a place in Europe's 2014 Ryder Cup team after winning the Dubai Desert Classic. (Daily Record)