Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers manager Ally McCoist has urged the club's preferred bidder, Bill Miller, to prevent a player exodus from Ibrox in the summer. (The Sunday Sun)

Ibrox number two Kenny McDowell says booting the club out of the Scottish Premier League would kill Scottish football. (The Sunday Sun)

The SPL will not be allowed to hit Rangers with any punishment if it votes to allow a "newco" into the league. (The Sunday Mail)

Miller's Rangers "newco" plan will be approved by the Scottish Premier League if he agrees to pay the club's football debts. (The Sunday Herald)

Former Rangers midfielder Claudio Reyna has warned Bill Miller that his prospective takeover of the club is doomed to failure if he doesn't have the Ibrox outfit's best interests at heart. (The Sunday Mail)

Miller's ex-wife says she's surprised that her former husband is taking an interest in Rangers, as she's sure he's never heard of them and is more interested in trucks. (The Sunday Mail)

Celtic's Kris Commons has begged the club's powerbrokers not to put pre-season profits from a warm-up tournament ahead of Champions League glory. (The Sunday Mail)

Kilmarnock keeper Cammy Bell has set his sights on a move down south after his League Cup final performance against Celtic. (The Sunday Mail)