Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
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Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan admits he can't rule out the possibility that Scottish matches have been fixed. (Various)
And Regan has urged Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace to fix the Ibrox club for the good of Scottish football.
Airdrie striker Liam Coogans is poised to seal a £50,000 move to English Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers. (Record)
Morton manager Kenny Shiels has defended his signing spree at the club and insists he needs players that match his managerial style. (Various)
Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic's loan move to Japanese club Vegalta Sendai is in doubt but the Australian's agent insists they have "contingency plans". (Record)
Virgil van Dijk's former manager Hans Nijland has urged Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal to pick the Celtic defender for the World Cup finals in Brazil. (Record)
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists he won't break the bank to sign Blackburn striker David Goodwillie on loan. (Various)
St Mirren have made a loan bid for Gregg Wylde that could free up funds for the Dons to move for Goodwillie. (Express)
Hibs boss Terry Butcher embarked on a spying mission to England, only to find an army of Scottish coaches already there before him. (Various)
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has given the players the self belief they had been lacking, according to pundit Pat Nevin. (Various)
Hearts want to sign Rudi Skacel for a third time as Ryan Stevenson is linked with a move to Romanian outfit Cluj. (Sun)
Georgios Samaras's mentor Eugene Gerards has urged the Greece international to leave Celtic because Scottish football is too boring. (Sun)
Defender Steven Hammell insists Motherwell won't abandon their attacking style as they gear up for Saturday's Premiership encounter at Celtic. (Various)
Norwegian midfielder Stefan Johansen, expected to seal his move to Celtic from Stromsgodset later, discussed his prospective switch to Glasgow with former Celtic defender Thomas Rogne. (Various)