Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Brian Kennedy plans to bring former manager Graeme Souness back to Ibrox if he wins control of Rangers. (Daily Mail)

Chicago firm Club 9 Sports, part of merchant bank Prometheus Capital Partners, have held discussions with Rangers' administrators about a possible bid to buy the club. (Daily Record)

Former Rangers director Hugh Adam re-iterates his claim that there were separate contracts given to Rangers players that were not lodged with Scotland's football authorities. (Daily Mail)

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes adopted the club policy of not touching the cup at a promotional event prior to Sunday's League Cup final. (Various)

The final at Hampden will be a 50,000 sell-out. (Various)

Former Killie midfielder Gary Holt says that after Celtic's Chris Sutton was sent off for a challenge on him in the 2001 League Cup final, the striker avoided his team's celebrations to apologise to him. (Daily Record)

Celtic skipper Scott Brown warns his team-mates that being cup final favourites will mean nothing on the day. (The Sun)

A Rangers supporter has donated £100,000 to the Rangers Fans Fighting Fund, according to the club's fan liaison manager Jim Hannah. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen defender Russell Anderson has trained with the Dons for the first time since returning to the club in January. (Various)

The Court of Session in Edinburgh will hold a hearing on Monday to clarify whether Rangers are, technically, in administration after news of a legal glitch emerged. (The Sun)

Former Livingston manager Gary Bollan is heading to Namibia for talks about taking on the national team job. (Daily Mail)

Clyde consider ground-sharing with Partick Thistle as they struggle to pay rent on Broadwood Stadium. (The Herald)

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot says he is happy to do his bit to save the club by taking a 75% pay cut, and claims that he is living on his savings. (Daily Star)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scotland head coach Andy Robinson has brought in former SAS soldier Floyd Woodrow to give motivational talks to the team. (Daily Mail)

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