Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen, Hibernian

Scottish gossip


Brendan Rodgers has revealed he would like to return to manage Celtic again one day, "in maybe 10 years" once the uproar about his departure for Leicester "calms down". (The Scottish Sun)

Rodgers insists he asked Leicester if the move could wait until the summer, but the Premier League club said that wasn't possible. (Daily Record)

Celtic's interim manager Neil Lennon has urged unhappy fans not to be angry at the manner of Rodgers' departure, but instead remember the good times under his guidance. (Scottish Daily Express, print edition)

Hibernian midfielder Stephane Omeonga is determined to learn how to play 'Sunshine on Leith' on the piano. (Scottish Daily Express, print edition)

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has warned his players of a possible backlash from Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup, after the Ibrox men celebrated loudly in the dressing room after their Premiership victory at Pittodrie last month. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits there's "no love lost" between the Dons and Rangers. (Scottish Daily Express, print edition)


Gregor Townsend has warned that every Scotland player is at risk of being dropped for the Six Nations meeting with Wales next weekend. (Scottish Daily Express, print edition)

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