Thursday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan will risk his reputation as he aims to restore the national team's international standing. (Various)

Veteran international Kenny Miller is set to call time on his international career to give younger strikers the chance to shine for Scotland. (Sun)

Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes

Rhodes has vowed to bring Scotland a win

Striker Jordan Rhodes has vowed to prevent Scotland ending their World Cup qualifying campaign without a win. (Daily Express)

Liechtenstein goalkeeper Peter Jehle was stunned at Scotland being eliminated from World Cup qualifying before his country. (Sun)

Rose Reilly, who won the World Cup playing for Italy, has questioned the work ethic of today's Scotland players. (Herald)

Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley wants to stay at the club to have another crack at the Champions League. (Daily Record)

Hearts fans' groups have agreed to hold more talks abotu a united bid to buy the club. (Scotsman)

Kilmarnock have signed Nigerian internationals Gabriel Reuben and Papa Idris, from Kano Pillars. (Various)

Aberdeen assistant manager Archie Knox has changed his mind about retiring at the end of the season. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scottish golfer Martin Laird has slammed the sport's governing body's plan to ban belly putters. (Various)

Olympic gold-medallist Katherine Grainger has opened the door to resuming her rowing partnership with Anna Watkins. (Scotsman)

Boxer Scott Harrison's fitness trainer insists the 35-year-old is in the best shape of his career. (Daily Record)