Monday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged the board to keep his championship heroes at the club for the long haul. (The Star)

Lennon has told his want-away stars to stick with him and he'll help them make it three league titles in a row. (The Sun)

The title-winning Northern Irishman will feature as a guest in the forthcoming episode of the BBC quiz A Question of Sport, to be filmed today. (The Record)

Joe Ledley believes the young and fearless Celtic squad have developed a hunger for glory and will want more in the seasons to come. (The Star)

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas has branded Ross County boss Derek Adams a "hypocrite" for weighing in to the dispute over Richard Brittain's pre-contract change of heart switch. (The Express)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has hinted at major changes next season but admits he has no idea if the club will finance his vision of the future. (The Express)

The Rangers board is split over who to appoint as the successor to outgoing chief executive Charles Green. (The Record)

Former QPR boss Neil Warnock insists he does not want to replace McCoist at the Ibrox helm, despite attending Saturday's 2-1 home defeat by Peterhead. (The Daily Mail)

Dunfermline administrator Bryan Jackson faces a race against time to piece together a Company Voluntary Arrangement to rescue the club before the end of the season. (The Express)

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall is on the shortlist to be the new manager at Sheffield United. (The Record)

Dundee midfielder Gary Harkins has urged the Dens Park board to give John Brown the managerial position on a permanent basis after his motivation of the players in the bid to avoid relegation. (The Record)