Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


A £25m debt has left Hearts on the brink of administration. (The Sun)

Ian Murray, chairman of the working group of Hearts supporters is confident they can make a "united and credible" offer to buy control of the club. (The Scotsman)

Former Dundee United midfielder Scott Allan has revealed how his life was made hell by former Tannadice manager Peter Houston. (The Sun)

SPL clubs are hesitant to introduce play-offs as part of a compromise on league restructuring due to potential financial risks. (The Scotsman)

Danny Racchi has been fined four weeks wages and kicked out by Kilmarnock following a bitter Twitter row with the Ayrshire club. (The Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon could face another touchline ban from the SFA after being called to referee Euan Norris' room following Sunday's 3-1 defeat by Motherwell.

Southampton manager Jesus Perez has set his sights on Celtic's Victor Wanyama, Gary Hooper and keeper Fraser Forster. (The Express)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon insists Dundee boss John Brown's mind games will not work on his players in the bid to avoid relegation. (The Express)

Brown has criticised the SPL's decision to hold the relegation deciders on different days. (The Express)

Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels has told Neil Lennon to "chill out" following the Celtic manager's "David Brent" description of his fellow Northern Irishman. (The Express)

Kris Boyd will have to wait on his £2m compensation pay-out from Turkish side Eskiehirspor with the matter now being referred to the Swiss Federal Tribunal. (The Express)

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