Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers chief executive Charles Green has given team manager Ally McCoist his "100% support", despite the "unacceptable" loss on Saturday to Stirling Albion. (The Sun)

The Ibrox captain Lee McCulloch admits that Rangers' highly paid players are on their final warning. (Various)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon says he cannot understand why his midfielder Kris Commons is not in Craig Levein's Scotland squad, but he admits to being "selfishly" happy about the situation because the player will get a rest. (Various)

Manager Levein has no new injury worries after the weekend's matches as Scotland prepare for a World Cup double header against Wales and Belgium. (Various)

Danny Fox reveals that when he an 18-year-old at Everton, Scottish team-mates Duncan Ferguson, Gary Naysmith and David Weir laughed at the thought of his loan move to Stranraer. (The Sun)


Greenock golfer Chris Doak secures his European Tour card for next year with a third-hole play-off win at the Allianz Lyon Open. (Various)

Stephen Gallacher blew more than £100,000 in prize money by playing the wrong ball in the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews. (Various)

Roger Federer believes Andy Murray, currently the world number three, can become the top-ranked tennis player in the game. (Daily Record)