Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty says he regrets taunting Neil Lennon on Twitter about a victory over the Celtic manager's team. (The Sun)

Stewart Regan, the Scottish Football Association's chief executive, has no regrets about backing the FA in England's proposal to delay the Fifa presidential election. (Daily Mail)

Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson says the Scottish Premier League's in-fighting over restructure plans is damaging the league's image. (Daily Mail, The Sun)

The Tannadice side's manager Peter Houston reveals that by bringing in Willo Flood and John Rankin he has blown the club's budget for next season - he will need to sell players before adding any new faces. (The Sun)

A Championship club and some in Russia are interested in Alexei Eremenko, the playmaker who starred for Kilmarnock last season and who is thought to be of interest to Celtic and Rangers. (Daily Record)

New Aberdeen signing Youl Mawene says he was sold on a move to the club by manager Craig Brown, who he worked with at Preston. (The Scotsman)

Hearts warn their fans they face arrest if they wave Red Hand of Ulster flags at Tynecastle next season. (The Scotsman, Daily Record)

Jambos supporters will be watching Ryan Stevenson for at least another season after manager Jim Jefferies signed the forward on a new one-year deal. (Daily Record)

Rangers defender Sasa Papac says the reason he signed a new deal with the club is that he believes new manager Ally McCoist will lead them to more trophies. (Daily Mail)

Hibernian legend Pat Stanton believes the club's fans should not be too worried at the exit of Derek Riordan and Liam Miller. (The Scotsman)


After losing to Rafael Nadal in the semi-final of the French Open, Andy Murray hopes to exact revenge on his friend and rival at Wimbledon. (Daily Record)

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