Sunday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


A vote on league reconstruction proposals for the Scottish game could be delayed until May. (Mail on Sunday)

The furious reaction from fans to the appointment of interim manager John Brown has left the Dundee board on the verge of collapse. (Sun)

Manager Neil Lennon reckons he may only have another two seasons left at Celtic and worries no other club could match the thrill of Parkhead. (Sun)

Joe Ledley hopes to open contract talks over an extended stay at Celtic once the season is over. (Various)

Kilmarnock skipper James Fowler is warning striker Kris Boyd not to think he can walk straight into the starting XI. (Sunday Mail)

James McFadden hits out at former Scotland boss Craig Levein for "giving him the silent treatment" during his time out with a serious knee injury. (Various)

Hibs midfielder Scott Robertson predicts success in England for his former Dundee United team-mate Johnny Russell. (Sunday Express)

Dundee United's Willo Flood is laughing off a speculation about a summer move to Hibs. (Various)

Dunfermline goalkeeper Paul Gallacher is disappointed that the Scottish Football League has yet to intervene in the club's wage crisis. (Mail on Sunday)

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway is keen on a summer move for Celtic winger Pat McCourt. (Sunday Mail)