Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Neil Lennon insists his job is "not on the line" as the Celtic manager prepares to visit Motherwell on Sunday. (Various)

Celtic full-back Adam Matthews reckons the club's title challenge could be over if they lose at Fir Park. (Daily Record)

Burnley are keeping tabs on St Mirren midfielder Kenny McLean. (Sun)

Hearts manager Paulo Sergio faces the sack if there are any repeats of the player unrest witnessed over the recent wage delay at Tynecastle. (Daily Express)

Former Hearts boss Jim Jefferies was sad to see players he persuaded to join the club suffering a long wait for overdue wages. (Daily Record)

Dundee United striker Johnny Russell reckons manager Peter Houston was right to drop him last month and believes he has rediscovered his sharpness. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has been leading the ribbing given to goalkeeper Allan McGregor for his blunder at Pittodrie last weekend. (Various)