Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Deila, Daly, Aberdeen

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Ronny Deila says he is questioning his role in Celtic's Champions League demise after their defeat by Malmo. (Various)

Celtic skipper Scott Brown insists the players were not scared; they just "did not turn up on the day". (Various)

Kris Commons admits Celtic's Champions League exit was down to naivety, not fear as Ronny Deila claimed.

Full story: Daily Record

Malmo defender Anton Tinnerholm - fouled by Leigh Griffiths during the Champions League tie - admits "exaggerating a little" following the Celtic striker's challenge.

Full story: Daily Record

Malmo's Jo Inge Berget has urged Celtic to stand by Deila despite their Champions League exit.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Celtic manager Ronny Deila
Ronny Deila says he is examining his role in Celtic's Champions League exit

Dutch side Willem II are poised to swoop for Celtic winger Derk Boerrigter, who has yet to feature for the Glasgow side this season.

Full story: Daily Record

Scotland forward Johnny Russell is delighted with his form heading into next month's Euro qualifiers, after netting two goals in two games for Championship side Derby.

Full story: Daily Record

Dundee United will hold talks with Northern Ireland striker Billy Mckay over a £200,000 switch from Wigan.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Marius Zaliukas may follow Darren McGregor through the Rangers exit door after manager Mark Warbuton revealed the Lithuanian does not feature in his plans.

Full story: The Scotsman

Inverness CT have been dealt another injury blow - Aaron Doran is out for the rest of the season with a fractured kneecap. (Various)

Aberdeen's on-loan goalkeeper Danny Ward claims Wales will miss a trick if they do not call up Dons team-mate Ash Taylor.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Striker Billy Mckay
Dundee United aim to bolster their attacking options by signing Billy Mckay

Jon Daly says he put loyalty before money after rejected an offer by Hibs ahead of his move to Raith Rovers.

Full story: Daily Record

Hamilton Accies' latest recruit, Alex D'Acol Joaquim, revealed he rejected offers in three countries before signing for Martin Canning's side.

Full story: Scottish Daily Mail

OTHER GOSSIP

Eilidh Child believes she is spurning medal opportunities after her sixth-place finish in the 400m hurdles final at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Scotland centre Mark Bennett knows he needs to hit the ground running as he makes his comeback from shoulder surgery.

Full story: The Scotsman

Scotland cricket chiefs have vowed to pull out all the stops to lure Pakistan and Sri Lanka north of the border for the ODIs next summer.

Full story: Scottish Sun

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