Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


The SFA is under pressure from Fifa to hit Rangers hard when its appeals tribunal meets on Friday. (Sunday Mail)

And the SFA is considering going to the Court of Session to force Craig Whyte to pay his £200,000 fine for bringing the game into disrepute. (Sunday Mail)

Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas says the club are consulting their lawyers about how they can get more than the £70,000 proposed by Rangers' company voluntary arrangement for the transfer of Lee Wallace. Hearts are owed £800,000. (The Sun)

The Scottish Football Association will not enter into a deal with Rangers' prospective owner Charles Green unless it is reimpose the club's transfer ban. (The Sun)

Rangers fans want greater clarity from Charles Green about his consortium's plans for the club. (Mail on Sunday)

Administrators Duff & Phelps admit their time at Rangers has gone on too long but they insist the club is in better shape now than when they arrived in mid-February. (Scotland on Sunday)


Dundee United are eyeing a move for former Motherwell and Falkirk defender Brian McLean, who is on the transfer list at Preston. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic striker Georgios Samaras believes he and his Greece team-mates can lift the nation's spirits when they play in Euro 2012. (The Sun)

Former Celtic frontman John Hartson may be offered a backroom position by Wales. (The Sun)

Hampden must introduce computerised turnstiles if it hopes to host another Uefa final. (The Sun)

Scots-born James McPake's debut for Northern Ireland proved to be a nightmare - Michael O'Neill's team lost 6-0 away to the Netherlands. (Various)

Defender Danny Wilson hopes new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will give his a chance in the Anfield first team. (Sunday Mail)


Andy Murray announces that his back felt fine in his straight-sets win over Colombia's Santiago Giraldo. (Various)

Former F1 star David Coulthard admits he is pleased to have finished his top-level racing career after watching Paul di Resta go through his paces. (The Sun)