Thursday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


SFL chief executive David Longmuir has rejected claims he's favouring Rangers in proposals for league reconstruction. (Various)

Kenny Shiels has urged the Kilmarnock fans to roar them onto victory against Dundee on Saturday and clinch their place in the top six. (Various)

Michael Higdon is in the running for the SPL's player of the year after netting 21 goals for Motherwell this season.

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Former Celtic midfielder Paul Hartley - now in charge of Alloa - believes Rangers should be fast-tracked back into the top flight to rejuvenate the SPL title race. (Various)

Falkirk chairman Martin Ritchie insists SFL clubs have never had a better chance to push through change. (Various)

Hearts boss Gary Locke has vowed to improve their stuttering home form, having lost six of their 16 games at Tynecastle this season. (Various)

Former Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot believes Ibrox chief executive Charles Green should be forever indebted to manager Ally McCoist for his efforts in reviving the club. (Express)

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor has urged manager Derek Adams to sign a new contract after his impressive run to take County into the top six. (Herald)

Inverness boss Terry Butcher is close to agreeing contract extensions with Aaron Doran and David Raven. (Scotsman)

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