Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers manager Ally McCoist will be handed the task of saying which players are to be made redundant next week by the ailing club. (Various)

Strathclyde Police are investigating allegations made by former Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston about the takeover of the club by Craig Whyte. (Daily Record)

Rangers administrator Paul Clark says he will do all he can to get the club out of administration quickly but he warns it is being "optimistic" to suggest that could be by 31 March to meet Uefa dealines for clubs playing in Europe next season. (Various)

Rangers fans plan to give full backing to the team when they play Kilmarnock at a packed Ibrox on Saturday. (Various)

Former Rangers forward Nacho Novo has joined Legia Warsaw from Sporting Gijon. (The Scotsman)

Sir David Murray is to blame for Rangers' predicament, argues ex-club director Hugh Adam. (Daily Record)

A "mystery American millionaire" is interested in buying Rangers. (Daily Star)

Hearts made it a hat-trick this week with a Scottish Cup replay win over St Johnstone, meeting a payment deadline set by HMRC and paying their players' wages on time. (The Scotsman)


Glasgow Warriors coach Sean Lineen hints that former Scotland captain Jason White could be on his way back to the club. (The Herald)

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