Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Dunfermline players are threatening strike action after receiving just 20% of their February wages. (Various)

Hearts may move to install former Tynecastle favourite Allan Johnson and Sandy Clark as their new managerial dream team. (Express)

Bradford boss Phil Parkinson has also emerged as a candidate for the managerial vacancy at Hearts. (Various)

Former Rangers defender Lorenzo Amoruso has urged the SPL to make peace with the Ibrox club by inviting them back into the top flight. (Sun)

Former Rangers defender Lorenzo Amoruso
Lorenzo Amoruso believes the SPL should invite Rangers back into the top flight

St Mirren boss Danny Lennon believes managers should think twice before taking up the reins at troubled Hearts. (Various)

Stripping titles from Rangers would have tipped the Ibrox supporters over the edge, according to former boss Alex McLeish.

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St Mirren winger Graham Carey has revealed he scored his Gareth Bale-esque cracker against Hearts with an injured foot. (Various)

The SPL's high-profile dual-contract probe into Rangers cost £500,000 - double the fine handed down by Lord Nimmo Smith. (Sun)

Former Rangers defender David Weir believes even Celtic players didn't want to see the Ibrox club stripped of titles. (Record)

Scotland's managers and coaches association want the SFA draw up a code of conduct to protect bosses from trigger-happy chairman. (Daily Record)

Former Aberdeen striker Charlie Nicholas insists the Dons should part company with manager Craig Brown at the end of the season. (Express)