Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers boss Ally McCoist insists he and Walter Smith would never try to seize control of the Ibrox club. (Various)

Dundee chief executive Scot Gardiner says John Brown was appointed manager on account of his impressive display as interim boss. (Various)

Motherwell midfielder Keith Lasley insists Neil Lennon's criticism of the PFA Scotland player of the year shortlist has taken the shine off for those nominated. (Sun)

But former Celtic striker John Hartson believes Lennon was right to criticise the absence of any of his players on the four-man shortlist. (Sun)

Livingston skipper Liam Fox will leave the club in the summer after failing to agree a new contract. (Record)

Defender Charlie Mulgrew believes Celtic boss Neil Lennon should be named PFA Scotland manager of the year for securing the SPL title and guiding to the club to the last 16 of the Champions League. (Various)

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