Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Neil Lennon says that if the fans are not happy with him he will quit as manager of Celtic. (Various)

New Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp plans to have Joe Jordan as his assistant but says it is up to Jordan if he wants to leave to become the new Scotland boss. (The Sun)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Terry Butcher is thrilled to have beaten Celtic and Rangers on their own grounds in the same season. (Various)

The Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels blames his piles for refusing to sit in the stand when sent to it by referee Stevie O'Reilly at Rugby Park on Saturday. (Sunday Mail)

Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon would consider a loan move for former Easter Road favourite Kenny Miller while he is back in Scotland before Vancouver Whitecaps' MLS season begins in March. (SOS)

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch slams former owner Craig Whyte for putting the club through months of misery. (Sunday Mail)

Meanwhile, the Ibrox club's manager, Ally McCoist, has revealed that scout Neil Murray is compiling a list of signing targets even though the transfer ban is in place until 1 September. (Sunday Mail)

Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald puts his club's small travelling support at Fir Park on Saturday down to the money the supporters have spent in recent weeks trying to save the club. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic captain Scott Brown says the decision to delay having a hip operation so that he could play against Spartak Moscow next month was entirely his. (The Sun)


After Scotland's disappointing defeat at Pittodrie by Tonga, Scotland rugby coach Andy Robinson warns "there will be consequences".

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