Thursday's Scottish Gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has fined defender Efe Ambrose for missing the team bus and turning up late to training in Turin via taxi ahead of their Champions League exit. (The Sun )

Dunfermline fate could be decided within days if they fail to pay a £50,000 tax bill, according to Pars legend Jim Leishman. (The Sun)

Steven Pressley will be unveiled as Coventry City's new boss after lengthy signing talks. (The Sun)

St Johnstone want to sign Dundee defender Brian Easton on a free transfer in the summer. (The Sun)

Hearts defender Danny Wilson insists the club's players are to blame for the mess they are in and not sacked manager John McGlynn. (The Sun)

McGlynn is eyeing up an immediate return to management with Livingston. (The Mail)

Meanwhile, former Dundee United manager Peter Houston, John Robertson and Derek McInnes have all been linked with the Tynecastle managerial vacancy. (The Express)

Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon is running the rule over 24-year-old South African full-back Vaughn Miller, who recently featured for Swedish side AFC United. (The Express)

Hearts have sold more than 20,000 tickets from their 25,000 allocation for the League Cup final against St Mirren at Hampden on 17 March. (Daily Record)