Scottish Gossip: SPFL, Dundee, Rangers, Hearts, Gerrard

Scottish gossip

SPFL chiefs are hopeful Dundee can be talked into changing their opposition to the current league proposal and cast the crucial deciding vote in favour (Daily Record).external-link

Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd says the SPFL isn't considering sporting integrity as part of their plans to curtail the season (Scottish Sun)external-link.

Ayr United chairman Lachlan Cameron says "multiple clubs will go to the wall" unless Scottish football makes a decision on the fate of the season soon (Daily Record)external-link.

Hearts and Rangers say they voted against the proposals, but the league have so far only recorded one vote against from the Premiership (Scottish Sun).external-link

Former Rangers striker Billy Dodds has warned Steven Gerrard that he can't expect to retain his position as Rangers manager unless he lands a trophy in the near future (Herald- subscription may be required).external-link

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