Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Manager Neil Lennon says the current crop of Celtic players can improve on the club's record of one win in 33 away ties in Europe. (Various)

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas is waiting to see if the Perth club can afford to offer Jamaican winger Keammar Daley a contract. (Sun)

Hibs will throw open their doors to supporters tomorrow as they host the first of a series of public training sessions. (Daily Record)

Hearts striker John Sutton is desperate to do well in Sunday's Edinburgh derby, having missed out on the Scottish Cup final victory. (Daily Record)

Motherwell goalkeeper Darren Randolph is not best pleased about having to wear his new all-pink kit. (Daily Record)

Full-back Jeroen Tesselar insists Kilmarnock can secure a top-six place in the Scottish Premier League but is concerned by the financial impact the absence of Rangers will have on his club. (Daily Record)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes left-back Lee Wallace should be considered for Scotland duty despite playing in the Third Division. (Various)

Rangers duo Dean Shiels and Andy Little have been called up for Northern Ireland's friendly with Finland next week. (Various)


Colin Montgomerie wants another crack at Ryder Cup captaincy when the biennial Europe v US contest is staged at Gleneagles in 2014. (Various)

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