Scottish Gossip: Tired Celtic, Dundee Utd look at Gunning

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Manager Ronny Deila led Celtic's condemnation of the fans who marred the Remembrance Sunday silence as the club warned they are not welcome. (Daily Record)

Following yesterday's 4-1 win at Ross County, the Celtic boss says there are a lot of "tired bodies in the dressing room" after seven games in 22 days. (Daily Express)

Youth director Stevie Campbell last night quit Dundee United just days before a club hearing over allegations of bullying and racism. (Daily Record)

And Campbell, who was suspended from his duties earlier this season, intends to take the Tannadice club to an employment tribunal. (Daily Mail)

Defender Paul Dixon blasts his Dundee Unite team-mates for being too soft and warns that they need to start winning ugly if they want to avoid relegation. (Daily Express)

Defender Gavin Gunning, who spent three years at Tannadice, will join United for training this week as he seeks a return from an injury-blighted spell in England. (Sun)

Willo Flood cannot understand why Aberdeen team-mate Jonny Hayes has never been capped by the Republic of Ireland. (Daily Express)

Hearts goalkeeper Neil Alexander is tipping Callum Paterson to take over from Alan Hutton as Scotland's first choice right-back. (Daily Express)

Motherwell goalkeeper Connor Ripley blasted referee Craig Thomson's "rubbish" decision after the official allowed Inverness CT to retake a penalty he had saved in Saturday's 3-1 defeat. (Daily Mail)

David Moyes is on the brink of losing his job at Real Sociedad, with former Barcelona youth coach Eusebio Sacristan being lined up to replace the Scotsman. (Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

Russell Knox is eyeing a place on the European Tour and a Ryder Cup spot after the US-based Scotsman won the WGC Champions event in Shanghai over the weekend. (Various)

Andy Murray has had his best year in terms of matches won and ranking points but is disappointed with his head-to-heads against Roger Federer and dominant world number one Novak Djokovic. (Various)

Craig Benson was second in the 200m breaststroke at the World Cup in Dubai, while fellow Scot Ross Murdoch took bronze over 100m. (Daily Mail)

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