Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Gossip logo


Rangers boss Ally McCoist fears his squad won't be good enough to win next season's Championship. (Various)

Striker Christian Nade has been working with a fitness coach to reach peak condition for Dundee's title challenge. (Various)

Neil Lennon can't believe Celtic's season has been written off as a failure in some quarters as his squad close in on a third consecutive league title. (Various)

Rangers midfielder Fraser Aird admits he is spurred on by the thought of becoming a Treble winner with the Ibrox outfit. (Record)

Inverness CT midfielder James Vincent says facing the league leaders at Celtic Park is perfect preparation for the upcoming League Cup final against Aberdeen. (Record)

Financial analyst David Low, who helped Fergus McCann save Celtic 20 years ago, believes the club are "trying to run up a down escalator" in their attempts to compete with top European clubs. (Herald)


Trainer Billy Neilson insists a successful defence of his WBO lightweight title later would see Ricky Burns on his way to becoming Scotland's greatest ever fighter. (Record)

Bernard Gallacher believes Paul Lawrie is right to forego competing in this month's Morocco Open in order to see his beloved Aberdeen in the League Cup final. (Sun)

Top Stories