Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Administrators have given Rangers players until Monday to strike a deal or Duff and Phelps will begin their cull at Ibrox. (Record)

Former Celtic striker John Hartson believes Rangers players should not entertain thoughts of accepting a wage cut to ease the club's financial plight. (Sun)

Defender Carlos Bocanegra says the Rangers fans will help him forget about the crisis at Ibrox when they face Hearts later. (Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon concedes the loss of defender Daniel Majstorovic through injury is a huge blow for the club. (Various)

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has warned finishing third in the SPL will not prevent budget cuts at Fir Park next season. (Various)

Craig Brown insists his Aberdeen side have nothing to fear against league leaders Celtic at Pittodrie. (Mail)

Morten Rasmussen could end his troubled Celtic career by signing for Norwegian side Aalesund. (Record)

Rangers supporters aim to ease Dunfermline's financial plight by swelling the attendance for this month's league game against St Mirren at East End Park. (Record)

Pars striker David Graham says the squad have been assured of the club's future despite their financial problems. (Herald)

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