Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


James McFadden has targeted a Scotland return in time for next month's World Cup qualification double header against Wales and Serbia. (Various)

Efe Ambrose's agent insists the defender is happy at Celtic despite reported interest from English Premier League clubs Swansea and Sunderland. (Record)

Rangers chief executive Charles Green and chairman Malcolm Murray have held clear-the-air talks to avert a boardroom war at Ibrox. (Various)

Sacked Dundee boss Barry Smith says walking out of Dens Park left him heartbroken.

Former Hibs and Middlesbrough midfielder Kevin Thomson
Kevin Thomson is training with former club Hibs

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Former Rangers winger Mark Walters believes striker Gary Hooper will earn an England cap if he continues his goalscoring form at Celtic. (Various)

Hibs fans would love midfielder Kevin Thomson - who has been released by Middlesbrough - to rejoin the Easter Road club, according to Hibs Supporters' Association chairman Mike Riley. (Various)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston fears the financial consequences for the SPL should the proposed revamp for Scottish football fall through. (Various)

Dundee defender Davide Grassi believes the club's board blundered by sacking manager Barry Smith and insists the boss should have been given more time. (Record)

Motherwell have offered manager Stuart McCall a new three-year deal. (Express)

Former St Johnstone boss Derek McInnes is biding his time since being sacked by Bristol City and says the managerial market is flooded with between 50 and 100 applicants for every vacancy. (Various)

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