Thursday's Scottish gossip
Rangers midfielder Ian Black says he was disappointed at the attitude of Scotland supporters in Wednesday's friendly against Australia after he was booed during the match by home fans. (Various)
Rangers' visit of Falkirk in the League Cup has been moved to Thursday 30 August because Celtic are playing in Glasgow against Helsingborgs on the Wednesday night. (The Scotsman)
Rapid Vienna's director of communications Peter Klingmuller expects his club to be treated fairly by Rangers newco over debts owed to the Austrian outfit for the sale of Nikica Jelavic to Rangers oldco.
Full story: The Herald.
Kilmarnock fans will remain behind after Saturday's match against Motherwell on Saturday in an attempt to buy out the shareholding of chairman Michael Johnston. (The Scottish Daily Express)
Aberdeen winger Peter Pawlett will consider lookign elsewhere for first team football is he can't force his way into Craig Brown's starting lineup.(The Scottish Daily Express)
Dundee are on the brink of snapping up Montrose hit-kid Martin Boyle. (The Scottish Sun)
Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu has played down a link with Ipswich but admits he could quit British football for a move abroad.
Full story: The Daily Record.
Scottish Football League chief executive David Longmuir has revealed that this season's Ramsden's Cup final will be played at Hampden, but only if Rangers reach that stage. (The Daily Record)