Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


A sixth consecutive SPL victory for St Johnstone at Inverness would see the Perth club eclipse a record set by Willie Ormond's Saint side in 1971. (Various)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall is frustrated over "key decisions" going against his side in the defeat by Hibs amid calls for goal-line technology to be introduced. (Various)

Celtic and Sweden defender Mikael Lustig admits he is mentally drained following his heroics in the 4-4 draw against Germany and the nerve-shredding defeat by Barcelona. (Sun)

Gary Hooper's agent says the Celtic striker is on the radar of several English Premier League clubs. (Sun)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist is envious of Celtic's participation in the Champions League and says he aims to get the Ibrox club back there. (Various)

Wigan are tracking Livingston starletStefan Scougall and want to take the midfielder on trial. (Daily Record)

In-form Aberdeen will aim to overcome a 19-year hoodoo if they are to secure victory at home to Dundee. The Dark Blues have not lost at Pittodrie since October 1993. (Various)

Jim Leishman says he will give his "unreserved backing" to Dunfermline after he was one of seven directors to have stepped down from the board at East End Park. (Herald)

Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston has rejected claims the East End Park club are on the verge of administration. (Daily Mail)