Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Police will ask Rangers' administrators to hand over documents relating to Craig Whyte's takeover at Ibrox. (Record)

Dunfermline midfielder Gary Mason wants to avoid relegation from the SPL this season for sacked Pars boss Jim McIntyre. (Sun)

Hearts players will urge SPL chiefs to help them receive unpaid wages following talks with the union PFA Scotland. (Express)

Former Old Firm stars Vidar Riseth and Colin Hendry have appealed for calm ahead of Sunday's potential title clincher at Ibrox. (Record)

Scotland are on the cusp of a successful spell under manager Craig Levein, according to former Scotland midfielder Gary McAllister. (Record)

On-loan Wolves striker Leigh Griffiths has played his last game for Hibs following a training ground bust-up with manager Pat Fenlon and assistant Billy Brown. (Daily Mail)

Pawel Brozek's decision to join Celtic on loan could cost him his place at Euro 2012, according to former Celtic striker and fellow Pole Dariuz Dziekanowski. (Herald)

Scottish football is on the verge of a revolutionary revamp - starting next season with top-flight play-offs. (Express)

Former referee Stuart Dougal insists Willie Collum was correct to deny Celtic a penalty in the Scottish Communities League Cup final defeat by Kilmarnock. (Express)