Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers boss Ally McCoist says the Scottish League Cup defeat by Inverness CT illustrates the "long, long way" the Ibrox club has to go in their revival. (Various)

Scotland manager Craig Levein says he will know by Monday if he is to remain in charge of the national side. (Various)

Hibs chairman Rod Petrie has urged more supporters to come through the turnstiles at Easter Road to bolster transfer funds for manager Pat Fenlon. (Various)

Goalkeeper Cammy Bell insists Kilmarnock's first win at Celtic Park since 1955 will count for nothing if they fail to beat Inverness CT this weekend. (Various)

Hearts defender Ryan McGowan's future at Tynecastle is in doubt after the club failed to improve their initial offer, according to his agent. (Express)

Scotland fans will outnumber the Luxembourg home support when the sides meet in a friendly later this month. (Record)

Motherwell midfielder Nicky Law is relieved the Fir Park outfit's poor run has not seen them lose too much ground on second-placed Hibs. (Record)

Former Celtic manager Billy McNeill believes Kris Commons can emulate Lubo Moravcik. (Sun)

Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston insists the squad at East End Park will receive their wages following a problem with payments for October. (Sun)

Falkirk boss Steven Pressley will renew his bid to sign defender Robbie Neilson as the full back battles back from a broken cheekbone. (Herald)

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