Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Goalkeeper Rab Douglas's future at Dundee is in doubt following a disagreement with manager John Brown. (Various)

St Mirren boss Danny Lennon hopes assistant Tommy Craig's League Cup final winning run continues. Craig has won the Cup three times as a coach: with Celtic, Aberdeen and Hibs. (Sun)

Motherwell's James McFadden, who starred in Friday's 4-1 victory over Hibs, retains hope of a Scotland call-up under new boss Gordon Strachan. (Various)

Aberdeen boss Craig Brown, who is retiring at the end of the season, says a first league win at Celtic Park during his Dons tenure, would be the perfect retirement present. (Various)

Celtic forward Anthony Stokes insists his goalscoring form on the pitch is more important than his relationship with manager Neil Lennon. (Various)

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson is eyeing a move to an English club in the summer as he looks to progress his career. (Daily Record)

Dundee boss John Brown has urged his squad to improve on the club's dismal derby record - having not defeated city rivals United in a competitive game since November 2004. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist insists last week's defeat by Annan needs to be put into perspective and says he's confident his players will respond positively. (Various)

Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston was reluctant to speak about his battle with cancer during the club's financial problems. (Daily Mail)

Caretaker Hearts boss Gary Locke wants to repay the fans for saving the Edinburgh club by winning the Scottish League Cup final. (Various)

Dunfermline directors are on the verge of voluntarily placing the troubled First Division club in administration. (Herald)


Kelly Brown has urged Scotland to continue rebuilding their rugby reputation by claiming their first win on French soil since 1999. (Herald)

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