Saturday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace insists the club will not go bust, despite continued cut backs and an admission Rangers need to raise funds.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

However, Wallace has defended Rangers' intention to spend in order to compete at the top end of Scottish football and their recent appointment of a public relations consultant.

Full story: The Herald 

And Wallace is not in agreement with shareholder Sandy Easdale, who had emphasised the fragility of Rangers' finances.

Full story: The Scotsman 

Motherwell left-back Stevie Hammell

Hammell is in his second spell at Motherwell

Stevie Hammell, on the verge of playing his 500th game for Motherwell, insists he would swap every one of his appearances for a piece of silverware.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

Alan Archibald was angered by the penalty awarded against his Partick Thistle side, which sealed a 1-1 draw for St Mirren on Friday evening.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

Hearts manager Gary Locke insists he is unconcerned by the fate of Hibernian ahead of Sunday's Edinburgh derby, with the Easter Road side desperate to avoid joining their local rivals in being relegated from the Scottish Premiership.

Full story: The Scotsman 

Rangers players will take to the field all wearing the number two as a tribute to the late Sandy Jardine.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

And former Ibrox goalkeeper Andy Goram believes retiring the number two would be a fitting tribute to Jardine, who died on Thursday aged 65.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Former Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen claims Scot David Moyes never listened to the advice he gave him during his ill-fated 10-month reign at Old Trafford.

Full story: the Sun (subscription required)