Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers supporters have accused Elgin of risking their safety after police ordered their Third Division game to be postponed amid ticket sale confusion.

Ally McCoist believes former owner Craig Whyte has a lot of questions to answer over his stewardship of the Ibrox club. (Various)

Kris Commons insists Celtic can beat any side in their path, should they progress to the knockout stage of the Champions League. (Various)

Hibs defender Paul Hanlon is delighted with the Edinburgh side's improved form this season but has warned they are far from the finished article as they look to mount a title challenge. (Daily Record)

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has challenged his side to breach "the strongest defence in the league" when Hearts visit Fir Park. (Various)

Wolves manager Stale Solbakken is delighted with in-form striker Leigh Griffiths - on loan at Hibs - and insists he may have a future with the Championship club. (Various)

Inverness CT boss Terry Butcher has backed Celtic to beat Spartak Moscow and book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League. (Sun)

SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster has won a vote of confidence from top-flight chairmen to front their plans to reconstruct Scottish football. (Sun)

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