Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Ross County have rejected Aberdeen's approach to speak to manager Derek Adams about succeeding Craig Brown.

Former Scotland defender Stephen McManus believes Wales midfielder Joe Ledley will prove a goalscoring threat in the World Cup qualifier at Hampden. (Various)

Inverness CT goalkeeper Antonio Reguero is set to join SPL rivals Kilmarnock. (Sun)

Dunfermline directors face a race against time to put the club into administration and avoid liquidation. (Herald)

Wales winger Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale has dominated the headlines in the build-up to the World Cup qualifier...

Wales boss Chris Coleman insists he's "not the type" to play mind games over whether talisman Gareth Bale will recover from a virus to face Scotland. (Various)

Defender Gary Caldwell doesn't see the funny side of being labelled "the worst Scotland team ever" as he prepares to play under a sixth Scotland manager without qualifying for a major finals. (Record)

And Scotland skipper Caldwell has set a nine-point target from three games as the Scots try to move up World Cup qualifying Group A. (Express)

Former Scotland striker Kevin Gallacher has tipped Steven Fletcher to fire the side to victory against Wales. (Express)

Rangers midfielder Ian Black will only serve a one-match ban despite being sent off for the second time this season. (Various)

Meanwhile, Rangers are vying with Crystal Palace for the signature of Swedish striker Emir Kujovic, who is starring with Turkish outfit Elazigspor. (Daily Mail)

Steven Pressley fears his promotion dream at Coventry City will be lost should the the English League One club be docked 10 points after putting one of their subsidiary businesses into administration. (Daily Mail)