Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


The Old Firm are locked in a cash feud, with Celtic refusing to hand over a £300,000 advance on ticket's for next month's derby match. (Daily Record)

Rangers owner Craig Whyte insists there are no "missing millions" at Ibrox. (Sun / Daily Record)

Whyte, who is in Monaco while administators run Rangers, described the £50,000 fine imposed on the club by the plus stock exchange as "an irrelevance". (Daily Record)

Brian Kennedy has stepped up his interest in taking control of Rangers but he does not want to be involved in any future consortium. (Daily Mail)

Rangers players remain in the dark about the timing of an announcement on possible job losses at the stricken club. (Scotsman)

Former Celtic ace Aiden McGeady reckons Rangers have only themselves to blame for their current financial problems but is convinced his old rivals will survive. (Various)

Blackpool winger Matt Phillips has revealed that England coach Stuart Pearce made a last-ditch attempt to stop him playing for Scotland. (Sun)

Slovenia star Bostjan Cesar says his team will play as if points are at stake in tomorrow's friendly with Scotland. (Various)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has set his side a 10-point target to clinch a top six place. (Daily Record)

Hibs boss Pat Fenlon will nurse injury-hit Tom Soares through training in a bid to keep the on-loan midfielder fit. (Various)

Scotland and Liverpool star Charlie Adam has been embroiled in a Twitter row with CNN host Piers Morgan over the midfielder's missed penalty in the Carling Cup final. (Various)


Scotland face the prospect of being demoted to fourth seeds at the next World Cup if they lose their remaining two matches in the Six Nations. (Daily Record)

Former Scotland full-back Peter Dods reckons it would be "crazy" to get rid of current head coach Andy Robinson. (Daily Mail)