Sunday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Manager Neil Lennon is asking the Celtic board to bankroll quality additions to his squad with an eye on another good run in Europe. (Various)

A plan B for league reconstruction proposed by Hibs chairman Rod Petrie and backed by Kilmarnock - that involved merging the SPL and Division One - was dismissed by other top flight clubs. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic's Kris Commons says this season could be classed disappointing unless they add the Scottish Cup to the SPL title. (Various)

Motherwell top scorer Michael Higdon, who is out of contract at the end of the season, insists there is "every chance" of him staying on at Fir Park. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist calls for stability and for the club to be "totally cleansed" following the exit of chief executive Charles Green. (Various)

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