Thursday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Wales legend Ian Rush insists Scotland are "workman-like" with no star players. (Various)

Hull City boss Steve Bruce insists forward George Boyd has the craft to be a sensation for Scotland. (Sun)

Paul Lambert believes he boosted Barry Bannan's Scotland chances by leaving him out of his Aston Villa side more than once this season. (Various)

Scotland have sold more than 36,000 tickets for the World Cup qualifier against Wales at Hampden. (Daily Record)

Former Scotland goalkeeper Alan Rough insists Gordon Strachan's side must show mental toughness to beat Wales and Serbia in their World Cup qualifying double header. (Various)

Dundee boss John Brown believes Dundee United skipper Jon Daly would be a success should he secure a move to Rangers. (Daily Record)

Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam insists there is no bad blood between Gareth Bale and himself despite a number of high-profile clashes on the pitch at club level in the past two years. (Various)

Rangers are investigating a prank call in which striker Fran Sandaza is alleged to have disclosed contract details. (Various)

Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels has set his sights on Marian Kello and Antonio Reguero as he looks for a replacement for Cammy Bell, who is expected to join Rangers in the summer. (Express)

Fulham coach Billy McKinlay has been linked with succeeding Aberdeen boss Craig Brown, who will retire in the summer. (Sun)

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