Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic captain Scott Brown says Anthony Stokes should have been awarded a penalty at the end of the Scottish Communities League Cup final against Kilmarnock on Sunday. (Various)

Danny Racchi reveals that while the Kilmarnock players celebrated the cup win, he tried to comfort Liam Kelly in the changing room after his dad had suffered a suspected heart attack, from which he died. (The Sun)

Killie's goal hero Dieter van Tornhout says the death of Liam Kelly's father made him think about his own father who is suffering from cancer. (The Sun)

A consortium trying to buy St Mirren is seeking legal action against chairman Stewart Gilmour because he linked them to Craig Whyte. (The Sun)

Rangers administrators Duff & Phelps confirm they have received a fourth bid for the club and say a fifth bid could come in if they win their case against Ticketus at the Court of Session. (Daily Express)

Paul Murray's Blue Knights plan to borrow £5m from Ticketus to use as working capital if they win control of Rangers. (Daily Mail)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston will offer manager Kenny Shiels and assistant boss Jimmy Nicholl new contracts after their League Cup win. (Various)

Kenny Shiels tells Liam Kelly the club will help him through his trauma. (Daily Record)

Former Dundee director Giovanni Di Stefano tells the Emir of Qatar that buying Rangers would be "the best deal in football". (Daily Record)

Dorin Goian's agent claims he is in talks with German and Turkish clubs to get a better deal for the Rangers defender who has taken a 75% pay cut at Ibrox. (Daily Express, Daily Star)

Stephen Robinson, Northern Ireland Under-21s manager, was pleased to see 19-year-old Andy Mitchell make his debut for Rangers after warning the player that he could lose his place in the national team if he wasn't playing regularly. (Daily Star)

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