Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Scotland manager Gordon Strachan says he would love to be drawn in the same group as England for Euro 2016 qualifying. England are in pot one while Scotland are in pot 4 for the draw in Nice on Sunday. (Various)

Former Scotland midfielder Gary McAllister believes it would be wise for Scotland to avoid Belgium in pot two. (Various)

Huddersfield left-back Paul Dixon has expressed concern that he won't get the chance to add to his three 2012 Scotland caps while Gordon Strachan is in charge. (Daily Express)

Neil Lennon reveals that his dream is to manage Celtic in England. (Various)

Rangers fans want the club's chief executive Graham Wallace to explain the need for a £1.5m loan from directors Sandy and James Easdale and investor Laxey Partners. (Various)

Aaron Doran believes Inverness CT are entering the most exciting chapter in their history with league matches against St Johnstone, Ross County and Celtic followed by a Scottish Cup quarter-final against Dundee United and the League Cup final against Aberdeen. (Daily Mail)

Kilmarnock defender Jeroen Tesselaar announces that he might have to wear a protective face mask for the rest of his playing career after breaking his nose on three occasions this season. (Daily Record)


Scotland head coach Scott Johnson made the majority of his squad train in a park opposite their hotel to avoid Italians spying ahead of their Six Nations match in Rome. (Daily Mail)

Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg says the team have been inspired by the performances of the country's curlers in Sochi. (Daily Record)