Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hearts are set for crunch talks with Lithuania's Central Bank in a bid to avoid administration and automatic SPL relegation. (Daily Record)

However, if the Tynecastle club can avoid administration for the next three weeks they will avoid relegation. (Sun)

The Hearts supporters' group seeking to buy control of the club could have an offer in place within weeks. (Scotsman)

Hibernian are keeping tabs on Partick Thistle striker Kris Doolan, who has yet to sign a new deal with the First Division champions. (Daily Mail)

St Mirren defender Marc McAusland has branded Dundee manager John Brown's mind games as laughable. (Various)

On-loan Dundee striker Colin Nish is praying that both the Dark Blues and parent club Hartlepool manage to beat the drop. (Various)

Ross County boss Derek Adams believes his side need to beat Celtic to maintain their Europa League challenge. (Scotsman)

Veteran Falkirk defender Darren Dods will leave the club at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)

Former Rangers captain Richard Gough has backed former director Dave King to take control of the Ibrox club. (Various)


Ricky Burns' former promoter, Frank Warren, has been accused of mind games in a bid to wreck the Scot's return to the ring. (Daily Mail)

Former Scotland lock Doddie Weir insists the Scots will benefit from a 'home' crowd when playing 2015 Rugby World Cup matches in Newcastle. (Scotsman)

Edinburgh interim coach Steve Scott has moved closer to landing ther job permanently after candidates in England turned down the post. (Scotsman)

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