Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hearts fans claim their buyout bid remains intact despite Vladimir Romanov's assets being frozen by a Lithuanian court. (Record)

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor is prepared to stick to his guns and vote against the 12-12-18 league reconstruction proposal on Monday at Hampden.

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Walter Smith could quit his non-executive director role at Rangers as the club's board prepare to question chief executive Charles Green about recent events. (Various)

Neil Lennon has urged his Celtic side - who have won just four times in nine visits to Hampden - to secure their place in the Scottish Cup final by beating Dundee United. (Various)

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Scotland's Paul Lawrie lit up Augusta with his tartan trousers...

Ahead of facing Falkirk, Hibs captain James McPake insists the players need to pay their supporters back following the drubbing by Hearts in last season's Scottish Cup final. (Various)

The Rangers Supporters Trust has called for clarity over chief executive Charles Green's position and also wants legal action against former owner Craig Whyte. (Various)

Falkirk's in-form striker Lyle Taylor is gunning for Scottish Cup glory with a point to prove after being shown the door by Kenny Jackett at Millwall. (Various)

Former Rangers chairman Alistair Johnston believes manager Ally McCoist deserves better than current speculation over his future at Ibrox. (Record)

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara concedes that it's a blow to lose injured striker Johnny Russell for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic. (Various)


Paul Lawrie bowed to pressure to don a pair of tartan trousers before posting a two under par round of 70 at The Masters at Augusta. (Express)

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