Scottish Gossip: Joe Dodoo, Rangers, David Marshall, Grant Hanley

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon intends to appeal against his dismissal after being sent to the stand during Thursday's 1-0 Europa League qualifying loss to Brondby at Easter Road. (Daily Mail)

Hearts players vomited in the dressing room from heat exhaustion following Thursday evening's 0-0 Europa League qualifying draw with Birkirkara in Malta. (Scotsman)

Joe Dodoo, 21, wants to join Rangers, having trained with the Ibrox club after his contract at Leicester City expired. (Herald)

Dodoo is expected to complete a move to the Scottish Premiership side, with Rangers paying £250,000 in training compensation to Leicester. (Daily Mail)

Joe Dodoo
Dodoo played in the Premier League and League Cup for Leicester

Motherwell boss Mark McGhee, whose side host Rangers in Saturday's Scottish League Cup tie, believes the Ibrox club's signings of Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar will bring some glamour to Scottish football. (Sun)

Andy Watson admits to being "humbled" after rejoining Scotland's coaching staff under Gordon Strachan, having previously worked with Alex McLeish in the national team set-up. (National, print edition)

Blackburn Rovers manager Owen Coyle insists Scotland international Grant Hanley is not for sale after Newcastle United's bids for the defender were turned down. (Herald, print edition)

Hull City have made a £6m bid to sign Cardiff City and Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall. (Sun, print edition)

David Marshall
Marshall has been Scotland's first-choice keeper of late

Defender Andrew Davies is no longer Ross County captain after telling manager Jim McIntyre he wants to return to England. (Daily Record, print edition)

Former Celtic midfielder and assistant manager Murdo MacLeod insists the Scottish champions need "three or four" new signings if they are to reach the Champions League group stage. (Herald)

Hearts' new yellow and pink away kit has been compared variously to Mr Blobby, Battenberg cake and Fruit Salad sweets. (Sun)


After sunshine on day one at Royal Troon, wind and rain are expected for the second round of the Open Championship in Ayrshire. (Scotsman, print edition)

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