Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Ajax director Marc Overmars insists the Dutch outfit are surprised at claims by Celtic's Derk Boerrigter that he was frozen out ahead of his £3m move. (Sun)

In the wake of the Ian Black case, Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits it would be "very difficult" for him to pick a player found guilty of betting against his team. (record)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist insists Ibrox midfielder Black was guilty of nothing but stupidity. (Various)

Goalkeeper Steve Simonsen is vowing to challenge Cammy Bell for the number one jersey at Rangers and says he can't wait to sample the Ibrox atmosphere. (Various)

Defender Stevie Smith says the Rangers squad are united behind Ian Black despite the midfielder betting against his own team. (Various)

Scott Boyd is determined to secure a place in Ross County's defence after an injury-plagued start to the current campaign. (Various)

Scotland's midweek victory in Macedonia has guaranteed them a place in Pot Four for Euro 2016 qualifying. (Record)

Scotland could have a presence at the 2014 World Cup finals, after whistler Craig Thomson was shortlisted to referee in Brazil. (Sun)

Neil Lennon has warned his Celtic players against dropping points at Tynecastle ahead of their Champions League clash in Milan. (Express)