Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Versatile Rangers veteran Lee McCulloch states that he is staying at the club no matter which league they are playing in next season. (Sunday Mail)

Full story: Sunday Mail

The Tartan Army are on their way to Wembley for the first time since 1999 as Scotland are invited to play England as part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations. (Various)

Former Scotland defender Gordon McQueen recalls that scoring against England at Wembley was a dream come true. (The Sun)

The Scottish Football Association's plans to restructure the leagues could mean that "newco" Rangers drop down only one division, to "SPL2". (Scotland on Sunday, Sunday Herald)

Celtic reject a £6m bid from Russian side Rubin Kazan for their South Korean midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng. (The Sun)

Full story: The Sun

Hearts new manager is unlikely to come from Steven Pressley, Colin Cameron or Paul Hartley. (Scotland on Sunday)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon's agent has warned the club's former midfielder Craig Burley, now a TV pundit for ITV, to get his facts right before criticising the Glasgow club. (Sunday Herald)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he just wants what's best for the club and the supporters and does not wish to be part of any talks between owner Charles Green and prospective buyer Walter Smith. (The Sun)

Green met Hibernian chairman Rod Petrie in an Edinburgh hotel on Friday to try to garner support for the club's wish to stay in the Scottish Premier League. (Sunday Mail)

Hibernian midfielder Jorge Claros, contracted to the Easter Road club until the end of the year, is still upset that he was substituted after 41 minutes of the Scottish Cup final. (The Sun)

Partick Thistle striker Kris Doolan believes it is only a matter of time before Scottish Premier League clubs look to Firhill boss Jackie McNamara to lead their clubs. (The Sun)

Former Kilmarnock and Rangers striker Kris Boyd has been nominated for inclusion in the MLS All-Stars team to play Chelsea next month. (Sunday Mail)

Retired grade one referee Steve Conroy has lodged a constructive dismissal claim against the SFA. (The Sun)

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