Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Striker Kris Boyd, at Kilmarnock until the end of the season, wants to revive his international career and is not ruling out a return to Rangers. (Various)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon "does not see much evidence" that academies are bringing through young talent in Britain. (Various)

Morton have submitted plans for a £750,000 upgrade of Cappielow to meet SPL standards should they win Division One. (Herald)

Hamilton Accies chairman Les Gray will lead a Division One revolt if SFL clubs veto proposals for immediate league reconstruction. (Various)

Paul Gallacher, one of the players cut by Dunfermline as administration looms, says he and other axed staff have been "treated like animals". (Various)

And sacked Pars striker Andy Kirk reveals that the troubled Fife club stopped paying for medical insurance in January. (Daily Record)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist travelled to Panama last week in a bid to establish a scouting network in Central America. (Sun)

Aberdeen bid to end a run of 825 minutes without a goal against Hearts in what will be Craig Brown's Pittodrie farewell as manager. (Sun)