Monday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hibs manager Pat Fenlon has demanded that match officials explain why they failed to award Leigh Griffiths a goal against Hearts in Sunday's Edinburgh derby despite his spectacular free-kick crossing the line by a clear two feet. (Various)

Meanwhile, midfielder Kevin Thomson says the Easter Road club is the only team he would play for for nothing after agreeing a deal until the end of the season. (The Sun)

Celtic are weighing up a move for Bolton Wanderers left-sided utility man Marcos Alonso, formerly of Real Madrid and step-brother of Xabi Alonso. (The Mail)

Hearts caretaker manager Gary Locke says he would welcome Peter Houston's return to the Tynecastle club as it seeks a replacement for the sacked John McGlynn. (The Sun)

Scottish Premier League clubs will meet at Hampden today to discuss league reconstruction, although any changes require an 11-1 majority, with Ross County currently against the proposals. (The Sun)

Besiktas keeper Allan McGregor is a major doubt for Scotland's World Cup double-header with Wales and Serbia due to a suspected wrist fracture. (The Express)

Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston last night insisted his crisis-hit club can still survive after it emerged that HMRC has commenced winding-up proceedings. (The Record)

Motherwell midfielder Nicky Law admits he could be tempted by a move to Rangers if the Ibrox club comes calling. (The Record)

Clyde have released proposals to move to East Kilbride and change the club name to EK Clyde. (The Record)