Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Hearts, Aberdeen, David Moyes

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers forward Kenny Miller, 36, insists there is no limit on how long he can continue after hitting his 100th goal for the club in Friday's 1-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle. (Daily Record)

Manager Brendan Rodgers has opened talks with Swedish defender Mikael Lustig, 29, over a new deal at Celtic. (Sun)

And striker Moussa Dembele, 20, has hinted that he intends to be at Celtic "for a few years and more" after scoring 12 goals in his first 17 appearances. (Herald)

But head of football development John Park has decided to leave his role at Celtic. (Scotsman)

John Park
Park has been credited with bringing players like Victor Wanyama to Celtic

Anna Signeul, the Scotland women's coach who led the side to Euro 2017, is expected to have talks with Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan over a new deal after Thursday's friendly meeting with the Netherlands in Livingston. (Herald)

Hearts winger Sam Nicholson, 21, has been ruled out for three months following knee surgery. (Scotsman)

Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney is feeling no less pressure to score following the arrival of more attacking players at the Dons this season. (The National)

Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox, 29, who was called into the Scotland squad in 2013, is putting his international ambitions to one side by focusing on his club career, having put in some impressive performances so far this season.(Herald)

Rangers midfielder Joey Barton, who is facing a Scottish FA gambling charge, has had his hearing date moved back to 17 November. (Daily Record)

Tom Rogic and Joey Barton
Joey Barton (right) has not played for Rangers since the 5-1 defeat by Celtic on 10 September

And Barton, currently on a club suspension over an internal dispute, has been told to stay away from Rangers for at least another week. (Sun)

Sunderland boss David Moyes says he would be interested in managing Scotland one day. (Daily Mail)

RUGBY UNION GOSSIP

Two of Glasgow Warriors' coaches, Matt Taylor and Dan McFarland, will go with head coach Gregor Townsend when he takes on the Scotland job next year. (Scotsman)

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