Monday's Scottish Gossip

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Dave King has revealed he has had no contact with Rangers despite repeated offers to invest in the club. (Sun)

Bookies are torn between Aberdeen and Rangers as to who are favourites to win the Scottish Cup this season. (Various)

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes concedes being knocked out of the Scottish Cup is a huge blow to their season despite their march towards a third consecutive league title. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist insists the Ibrox outfit won't underestimate Albion Rovers in their Scottish Cup quarter-final clash. (Various)

Aberdeen celebrate at Celtic Park
Aberdeen knocked out Scottish Cup holders Celtic

Albion Rovers have taken a pop at Rangers - for trying to force them out of business 50 years ago. (Sun)

Meanwhile, Rovers chief Frank Meade has pleaded with TV bosses to beam their cup tie at Ibrox live as the League Two outfit aim to wipe out their debts. (Record)

Barry Robson has urged Aberdeen to follow up their Scottish Cup heroics against holders Celtic by winning silverware this season. (Various)

Rangers winger David Templeton is confident they can become the first third-tier team in history to win the Scottish Cup. (Record)

Terry Butcher says every position in his Hibs side is "up for grabs" following the Scottish Cup defeat by Raith Rovers. (Herald)


Scott Johnson has warned there is no quick fix to Scotland's Six Nations problems following the defeat by England at Murrayfield. (Various)

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