Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Eleven Rangers players will be axed by administrators at Ibrox and those who survive the cuts will face wage cuts. (Record)

Administrators Duff and Phelps will shed six first-team players within the next 24 hours and those who remain at Ibrox will be forced to take a 30% wage cut. (Sun)

St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas believes the next three games will make or break the Perth outfit's European qualification hopes. (Record)

Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson hopes team-mate Daniel Majstorovic has a future at the club despite sustaining knee ligament damage. (Various)

Neil Lennon aims to bolster his squad by signing Israeli goalkeeper Dani Amos, who has impressed for club side Kiryat Shmona. (Sun)

Former Livingston boss Gary Bollan is wanted by Namibia to coach the national side while South Africans Ajax Cape Town are also interested. (Various)

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot says the SPL title race is "as good as finished" but insists the Ibrox side are aiming for a strong finish to the season. (Various)

Aberdeen will give ex-Rangers trailist Miguel Hamutenya another chance to earn a deal in Scotland. (Express)

Former Rangers director of football Gordon Smith says he has not heard from Craig Whyte since becoming the first casualty of administration at Ibrox a week ago. (Herald)

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