Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Nine Division One clubs are threatening to quit the Scottish Football League to join up with the Scottish Premier League. (Daily Record)

Meanwhile, SFL chief executive David Longmuir wants the SPL to accept a 12-month delay on plans for league reconstruction. (Various)

Administrator Bryan Jackson says the conditions at Dunfermline are the worst he has ever seen. (Various)

Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies has agreed a huge wage cut that will see his salary cover his travelling expenses. (Sun)

Dundee United skipper Jon Daly says he would have no problem becoming the first high profile Republic of Ireland player to sign for Rangers. (Various)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes wants Murray Davidson to be his first signing but the St Johnstone midfielder is keen on a move to England. (Various)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher has full confidence in goalkeeper Antonio Reguero, who is close to agreeing a switch to Kilmarnock next season. (Sun)

Former Scotland manager Craig Levein has settled his legal dispute with the SFA over his sacking, according to the governing body. (Various)


Glasgow welcome back seven international stars for tonight's key Pro12 match with Munster.

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