Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


The SFA has opened informal talks with former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan to take on the Scotland job. (The Sunday Mail)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists winger James Forrest is "priceless" after the youngster scored on his comeback against Ross County. (The Sunday Mail)

Rangers chief executive Charles Green has accused Dundee United of risking a riot over their boycott-busting decision to sell tickets directly to Rangers fans for the forthcoming Scottish Cup tie at Tannadice. (Various)

Hearts keeper Jamie MacDonald has urged the SPL to give his club a break as they try to get their finances in order. (The Sunday Mail)

Kilmarnock winger James Dayton reckons the next 10 days could make or break his career at Rugby Park after failing to start since the beginning of November. (The Sunday Mail)

Motherwell star Henrik Ojamaa insists he won't let speculation about a move to Lech Poznan affect his performances for the Fir Park club. (The Sunday Mail)

Owen Coyle says he would have been Celtic manager if he had accepted the job offer Peter Lawwell made him in June 2009. (The Sunday Mail)

Former Celtic captain Paul Lambert is backing his old team-mate Neil Lennon to dump Juventus in the last 16 of the Champions League. (The Sunday Mail)

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