Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes insists the squad are fully behind manager Craig Levein, despite drawing at home to Macedonia. (Herald)

While Scotland captain Kenny Miller said he felt the Scotland fans were disconnected from the team, describing the atmosphere at Hampden as strange. (Various)

And goalkeeper Allan McGregor has begged the Tartan Army to get back behind the Scotland players. (Sun)

A sports law expert has said any legal attempt by Rangers chief executive Charles Green to prevent the SPL stripping the Ibrox club of titles would be likely to fail. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan has said the club should turn to the power of prayer to find a way to beat Barcelona in the Champions League. (Various)

Former Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Brown has accused the club of being reckless with his career after offering, then withdrawing a contract over the summer. (Herald)

Freed Hibs defender Sean O'Hanlon insists he can make his mark in the SPL after going on trial at Dundee. (Mail)

St Mirren have ended their interest in signing Argentine left-back Franco Miranda after picking up midfielder Graeme McGregor. (Various)

St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown has revealed the club made a loss of £200,000 last season, despite qualifying for the Europa League. (Express)


Andy Murray believes he has five more years at the top of tennis to add to his tally of Grand Slam victories. (Times)

The new US Open champion will cap his summer by proposing to long-term girlfriend Kim Sears. (Mirror)

But Murray played down suggestions he should be knighted, describing such talk as 'rash'. (Daily Record)

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