Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers boss Ally McCoist has warned his injury-hit squad against complacency ahead of the Scottish Cup tie at Forres Mechanics. (Various)

Former Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc says stripping Rangers of SPL titles would mean nothing to him. (Sun)

Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady believes former Celtic team-mate Charlie Mulgrew will be a threat in next week's Champions League clash. (Sun)

Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine says the SPL is more of a challenge because clubs have cut their cloth to suit in recent seasons. (Various)

Charles Green has embarked on a battle with oldco Rangers' administrators to lay claim to £283,000 worth of Uefa cash. (Daily Mail)

Motherwell defender Shaun Hutchinson says the Fir Park supporters are due an apology following the Scottish Communities League Cup defeat by Rangers. (Various)


Scotland's Paul Lawrie was unable to get a point on the board for Europe as he and partner Peter Hanson lost 5&4 to the formidable Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson. (Various)

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