Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic striker Gary Hooper, wanted by Norwich City, has turned down a new contract with the club. (Various)

Brian Easton has tipped former Burnley teammate Charlie Austin to take over Hooper's mantle should he sign for Celtic. (Daily Record)

Major league Soccer chief Don Garber has warned USA international against joining Celtic. (Daily Express)

Liverpool youngster Michael Ngoo would be a big hit in the SPL if he joined up with his former teammate Danny Wilson at Hearts said the defender. (Various)

Former Scotland boss Craig Levein has admitted he never felt totally in control as an international manager. (Various)

St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin has been relishing the wintry weather, as he was desperate to ride his new bike in the snow. (Sun)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher believes striker Billy McKay is more valuable than Celtic forward Gary Hooper. (Daily Mail)

Ross County chairman has issued a hands-off warning to clubs interested in manager Derek Adams. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has recalled winger Peter Pawlett from his loan at St Johnstone. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen have ruled out a bid for ex-Celtic and Dundee Utd midfielder Barry Robson who is looking for a return to Scotland after leaving Vancouver Whitecaps. (Daily Record)

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch has insisted Gers players should be considered for Scotland call-ups, insisting there isn't a big gap between the SPL and the Third Division. (Daily Express)


Scotland winger Tim Visser has warned England that the Scots are on an upward curve ahead of the Calcutta Cup clash. (Times)

Six Scots face a fitness race to make the Six Nations opener against England at Twickenham. (Scotsman)

Aberdeen light-welterweight Lee Simpson has warned newly-crowned Commonwealth champion Willie Limond he only has the belt on loan. (Various)

The Scottish Open at Castle Stuart is set to become the first European Tour event to be shown live on a major US television network. (Various)

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