Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson has vowed to help the side qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League as a tribute to suspended team-mate Victor Wanyama.

Rangers chief executive Charles Green has urged the SPL to abandon the probe into alleged dual contracts at Ibrox following the tax case verdict. (Various)

Georgios Samaras believes nerves got the better of Celtic in the Champions League defeat by Benfica. (Various)

German supporter with a vuvuzela
The vuvuzela: coming to an SPL ground near you?

Ross County boss Derek Adams has appealed to the club's fans to roar the side onto victory at home to Dundee United - with the help of drums, loudspeakers and vuvuzelas. (Various)

Celtic will not join the race to sign David Beckham, following confirmation that the former England captain is to quit LA Galaxy. (Express)

Kilmarnock midfielder Liam Kelly could be sidelined until February after falling awkwardly on his shoulder in a training ground accident. (Express)

Former Dundee United winger Craig Conway is looking to leave Cardiff because of a lack of first-team opportunities under manager Malky Mackay. (Various)

Former Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston insists the SPL should abandon thoughts of title-stripping after the Big Tax Case verdict went in favour of the Ibrox club. (Daily Mail)

Former Hearts boss Jim Jefferies believes the Edinburgh club could flourish if Alex Mackie's supporter-led Foundation of Hearts consortium can convince Vladimir Romanov to sell. (Various)


Former Scotland international Scott Hastings believes "mediocrity has crept into" the Scotland squad and warns the players against another poor Six Nations campaign. (Herald)