Monday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Dundee manager John Brown has branded Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett a 'cheat' after the penalty which led to his side's relegation from the SPL. (Various)

The Dark Blues have also aligned themselves with the eight First Division clubs who signed a letter signalling intent to resign from the SFL. (Scotsman)

Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby has insisted there will be no more time off for players after his side's sixth away match without a win. (Herald)

The SPL champions are continuing to monitor Lech Poznan's Bulgarian striker Aleksandar Tonev. (Various)

Ross County forward Steffen Wohlfarth has revealed his complicated love life could see him quit the Highland club. (Sun)

County manager Derek Adams has blasted PFA Scotland after revealing he was not invited to this year;s awards ceremony - despitebeing a winner last year. (Daily Record)

Inverness defender Chris Hogg has insisted his 16-month knee injury has made him love football again. (Daily Mail)

PFA Scotland Division One Player of the Year Lyle Taylor has insisted he is not in a hurry to leave Falkirk. (Daily Express)

Rangers' attendances for the season have reached over 800,000 making them the 17th-highest in Europe. (Herald)

OTHER GOSSIP

Queensland Reds coach Ewen McKenzie and former All Blacks coach Wayne Smith are the favourites to be named as the new Scotland head coach. (Herald)

Scotland will have to qualify for the next World Sevens event following their relegation from the automatic places after finishing lower than the USA. (Times)

World number two Andy Murray will retain that status provided Roger Federer fails to win this week's Madrid Masters. (Independent)

And former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker insists that Murray will never have a better chance to win the French Open than this year. (Scotsman)