Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Manager Neil Lennon insists Celtic are good enough to hold their own in the English Premier League. (Sun)

Jim Jefferies will take over from sacked Dunfermline manager Jim McIntyre on a short-term basis from Monday. (Sun)

Kilmarnock top-scorer Paul Heffernan will play in today's League Cup final despite his ongoing struggles with a groin injury. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers' administrators have confirmed there is interest in buying the club from the Middle East. (Sun)

The administrators also say there is no hope of bringing certainty to the Rangers takeover before next weekend's Old Firm derby. (Scotland on Sunday)

Hibs manager Pat Fenlon says his new look side "won't be bullied" by Hearts in today's derby at Tynecastle. (Various)


Head coach Andy Robinson will hold crisis talks with Scottish Rugby chief Mark Dodson next week after a Six Nations whitewash. (Various)

Scotland skipper Ross Ford says the team "lacked accuracy, not spirit". (Scotland on Sunday)

Bath and England U20 stand-off Tom Heathcote is mulling over a switch of allegiance to Scotland. (Scotland on Sunday)

Andy Murray will miss GB's Davis Cup tie with Belgium in Glasgow next month. (Sun)

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