Thursday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has threatened to offload players he feels are complacent after his side lost at Motherwell. (Various)

Motherwell signing James McFadden says he is not back to his best despite starring in the win over Celtic. (Various)

Hearts manager John McGlynn insists that his side's defeat by St Mirren will have no bearing on the League Cup final between the sides. (Scotsman)

Aberdeen defender Russell Anderson as admitted that the team are letting supporters down. (Daily Express)

Ross County striker Gary Glen wants to put the icing on a dream debut SPL season for the club - by beating Highland rivals Inverness. (Daily Express)

Dunfermline chairman Gavin Masterton has agrered to meet the supporters' group urging him to give up control of the club. (Various)

But Cowdenbeath have joined Hamilton in reporting the Pars to the SFA over unpaid ticket money. (Sun)

TV presenter Kirsty Gallacher has delighted her Hibs-daft father, former Ryder Cup captain Bernard, by becoming Patron of Hibernian Ladies FC. (Scotsman)


Wales have identified Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson - who spent four years with the Welsh - as an advantage for the Scots ahead of their Six Nations clash. (Times)

Glasgow stand-offs Duncan Weir and Ruaridh Jackson have claimed that the friendly rivalry between them is bringing out the best in them both. (Scotsman)

Warriors captain Al Kellock has praied the form of stand-in Ryan Wilson, but warned him he will fight any challenge to his leadership. (Herald)