Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Scottish Premier League clubs head for Hampden to discuss financial fair play and voting rule changes but there's the threat of civil war as chairmen struggle to decide hot to deal with a "newco" Rangers. (Various)

Former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram reckons "five or six" clubs would go under if the Ibrox side are kicked out of the SPL. (The Sun)

Rosenborg chiefs think their 19-year-old midfielder Markus Henriksen will leave for Celtic in the summer. (The Sun)

Rangers' Romanian defender Dorin Goian wants to stay at the Ibrox club. (Daily Record)

Goian believes Rangers would have won the league had they not been affected by administration. (Various)

Scott Robertson, scorer of Dundee United's winner against Celtic on Sunday, says he could yet stay with the Tannadice club - his contract expires at the end of the season. (Daily Record)

Kyle Hutton is determined to leave Dunfermline in the SPL when his loan spell ends and he returns to Rangers. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock fans may not have seen the last of on-loan Chelsea full-back Ben Gordon - though he made his final Rugby Park appearance at the weekend, he has not ruled out a return to Ayrshire. (Daily Express)

Celtic fans chief Joe O'Rourke plans to organise a boycott of clubs who fail to vote for sanctions against a newco Rangers staying in the SPL. (Daily Express)


Argentine Freddie Aramburu, Glasgow Warriors' captain for the night against Connacht, says he was so proud that his parents had travelled to Firhill to watch him help his team to the RaboDirect playoffs in Dublin. (Daily Express)

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