Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Former Scotland manager Craig Levein has officially launched legal action against his former employers as he aims to secure the remainder of his contract in a lump sum. (Various)

SPL chief are set to reject the Scottish Football League's vision for the future in favour of their own reconstruction plans. (Record)

Livingston's director of football John Collins admits losing manager John Hughes to Hartlepool is a blow but insists the club will continue to progress. (Various)

Hearts bidder Alex Mackie insists his consortium will not walk away from their battle to take control of the Edinburgh club. (Various)

Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels believes managers and captains of Scotland's senior clubs should have a say in reconstruction plans. (Record)

Former Scotland manager Bertie Vogts empathises with Craig Levein and blames poor players for Levein's departure. (Sun)

Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson hopes to be given the chance to shine at international level by the new Scotland boss. (Various)

Ross County boss Derek Adams is opposed to plans to expand the top flight to 16 teams because of a lack of quality. (Herald)