Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Uefa, Motherwell, Hibs, coronavirus

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Celtic have stated that they wish the season to be completed (Daily Recordexternal-link).

A top sports lawyer says Uefa's threat over European places next season if a campaign is called early is an empty one (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Striker James Scott has opened up on the toughest moment of his life after his move from Motherwell to Hull City was hit with injury (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Scotland assistant Alex Dyer believes postponing the Euro play-offs could be a boost for the nation as it allows injury casualties time to recover (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Rangers are watching on closely as Uefa chief admits this season's remaining Europa League games could be scrapped (Daily Recordexternal-link).

Jason Naismith says he would love a permanent move to Hibs after a loan spell from Peterborough (Edinburgh Evening Newsexternal-link).

Damien Duff is set to leave the Celtic coaching staff at the end of the season to make his new appointment in Stephen Kenny's Republic of Ireland setup full-time (Daily Recordexternal-link).

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