Monday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon described referee Bobby Madden's performance in the draw with St Mirren as "appalling". (Various)

Rangers defender Chris Hegarty believes winning the Third Division title proves manager Ally McCoist is the right man for the job. (Various)

Former Celtic star Paolo Di Canio has been installed as Sunderland's new head coach, succeeding Martin O'Neill as owner Ellis Short gambles on Premier League survival. (Various)

Dundee United defender Sean Dillon has urged the club's supporters to roar them onto victory in Monday night's Tayside derby against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park. (Record)

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch insists sealing the Third Division title is his sweetest at Ibrox.

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SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster has warned clubs that it's all or nothing when they vote on 12-12-18 league reconstruction plans. (Sun)

Falkirk aim to appoint Steven Pressley's successor ahead of the Scottish Cup semi-final against Hibs later this month. (Sun)

St Johnstone midfielder Liam Craig insists the side won't be complacent as they target the point needed against Dundee United to guarantee their top-six place. (Express)

Falkirk have urged the SFA to intervene in an attempt to push through league reconstruction in the summer. (Daily Mail)


Andy Murray battled past David Ferrer in a gruelling final to win his second Miami title and regain the world number two ranking. (Various)