Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hibernian boss Colin Calderwood has revealed that the "fantastic" Easter Road board convinced him not to quit the club in the summer. (The Daily Record)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist is enraged that Uefa has booted out the appeal against Steven Whittaker's three-game ban.

Dynamo Kiev-bound Vladimir Weiss has slammed McCoist for snubbing him while he was on-loan at the Glasgow club from Manchester City. (The Sun)

Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew will be missing for the Europa League return leg in Switzerland against Sion with a hamstring injury. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, Mulgrew has agreed a new deal with Celtic that will keep him at the club until 2014. (The Express)

Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson still hopes to sign some loan players before the end of the transfer window despite pressure from the bank to pay off debts. (The Sun)

Scotland captain Darren Fletcher could make a return for the European Championship qualifier against Czech Republic next month after Sir Alex Ferguson said he was close to first team action at Manchester United. (The Sun)

Rangers new signing Alejandro Bedoya is expected to obtain his work visa on Tuesday, allowing him to make his debut at Ibrox on Sunday against Aberdeen. (The Herald)

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