Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has issued a veiled threat to Rangers to stay out of Celtic's affairs as he denied being the Godfather of Scottish football. (Daily Record)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will not make wholesale changes to the side which lost to St Johnstone on Saturday for their Champions League match with Benfica. (Express)

Celtic winger Kris Commons has blamed fear of missing out on Champions League matches as the reason for his side's stuttering start to the SPL. (Times)

Benfica manager Jorge Jesus is confident that his side will win at Celtic Park for the first time in their history. (Daily Record)

Queen of the South manager Allan Johnston has hailed beating Rangers at Ibrox in the Ramsdens Cup as better than winning the treble as a Rangers player. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady, now of Champions league rivals Spartak Moscow, has dropped a transfer bombshell after his agent hinted he's ready to move to England. (Express)

Ross County manager Derek Adams insists his side are happy to be the 'boring, boring Arsenal' of the SPL. (Sun)

Hibs have named four of five new inductees to their Hall of Fame, with fans asked to select a fifth. (Various)

Serbia may move their World Cup qualifier with Scotland away frmo Belgrade to avoid a hostile reaction from their own fans. (Scotsman)

East Fife manager Gordon Durie is not expected to return to the club until next month following a recent health scare. (Herald)

Clyde have agreed a joint venture with junior side Rutherglen Glencairn, moving closer a return to a stadium near their original Shawfield home. (Various)


Leinster coach Joe Schmidt has admitted he fears a resurgent Edinburgh will dent his side's Pro12 aspirations. (Herald)

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