Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Kilmarnock's top scorer Paul Heffernan is likely to miss Sunday's League Cup final with a groin injury. (Various)

Rangers defender Dorin Goian has rejected a big money offer to play in China to stay at Ibrox on reduced wages. (Various)

Aberdeen striker Rory Fallon could be set for a Major League Soccer switch to Toronto. (Sun)

Former manager Walter Smith will be offered the chance of a return to Rangers if Brian Kennedy wins the battle for control of the club. (Daily Mail)

However, Kennedy has taken a step back as Paul Murray's Blue Knights consortium lead the way in the race for Rangers. (Daily Record)

And Walter Smith has given his backing to Paul Murray's bid. (Daily Record)

Finance expert Neil Patey of Ernst & Young thinks the administrators at Rangers may find it difficult to oust current owner Craig Whyte if he simply refuses to sell his shares. (Scotsman)

Former Scotland defender Gordon McQueen reckons the plight of Rangers has made Scottish football a laughing stock in England. (Various)

And McQueen thinks his old team-mate Joe Jordan would accept the offer to coach England if Harry Redknapp land's the manager's job. (Scotsman)

Motherwell midfielder Keith Lasley has issued an apology to Fraser Fyvie via Twitter for a bad tackle on the Aberdeen youngster. (Scotsman)

St Johnstone have taken Aston Villa's teenage midfielder Ebby Nelson-Addy on trial. (Daily Express)

Experienced SPL striker Craig Dargo has joined Dumbarton for the rest of the season. (Various)

Philippines captain Jason De Jong has agreed to sign for Ayr United. (Herald)


Kenny Anderson's hopes of British super-middleweight glory have been put on hold, with champion George Groves pulling out of Friday's fight. (Various)

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