Scottish Gossip: Mark Warburton says no to qui

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has rejected the opportunity to speak to Fulham and QPR about their managerial vacancies. (Sun)

Charlton Athletic are keeping tabs on Hamilton Accies full-back Ziggy Gordon. (Sun)

Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen has been impressed by Gavin Gunning in training this week and is bidding to lure the defender back to his former club. (Daily Express)

Former president John McBeth says the SFA must fight Mike Ashley "all the way" as the Newcastle owner and Rangers shareholder takes legal action against the organisation on two fronts. (Herald)

Scottish football can thrive if we end a blame culture and speak with once voice says former first minister Henry McLeish, who authored a wide-ranging 2010 report on the state of the game. (Daily Mail)

Celtic's Stuart Armstrong says the players must accept responsibility for poor displays in Europe and do all they can to turn things round. (Sun)

Brighton forward Jamie Murphy is desperate to force his way into Scotland manager Gordon Strachan's plans. (Daily Express)

Hibernian striker Dominique Malonga will miss Tuesday's rescheduled league match with Livingston after being called up to the Congo squad. (Sun)

Falkirk manager Peter Houston is happy his side are flying under the radar in the Championship, having only lost twice in the league this season. (Daily Record)

Billy McKinlay, recently sacked as assistant manager to David Moyes at Real Sociedad, denies claims that the Scottish duo did not embrace the local Basque culture. (Herald)

Scotland U21 international Lewis McLeod has suffered another injury setback at Brentford and is yet to feature for the English Championship side since his January move from Rangers. (Daily Record)

Rangers winger Nathan Oduwa, on loan from Tottenham, has accepted an invite to join Nigeria's Under-23 training camp, having played for England's Under-20s last month. (Herald)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scottish skip Eve Muirhead is looking forward to next week's European Curling Championships and is confident of collecting a sixth medal from the event. (The National)