Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre wants to stay with the club for the rest of his career.

Full story: Daily Express

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has been saddened by Hibernian's decision to not allow 'Well fans to take a snare drum to Easter Road for Saturday's Scottish Premiership meeting.

Full story: The Herald

Loans taken out by Rangers amounting to £1.5m could be repaid from the sale of 2014-15 season tickets.

Full story: Daily Mail

Meanwhile, former Ibrox chief executive Charles Green insists he was worth double the money Rangers paid him.

Full story: Evening Times

Albion Rovers will earn a three-month wage bonus of £1,000 per man if they beat Rangers in Sunday's Scottish Cup quarter-final.

Full story: Daily Record

Former Celtic director Michael Kelly claims he and fellow ex-board members had an alternative solution to Fergus McCann's takeover of the club in 1994 but the bank were "scared" into forcing shareholders to sell.

Full story: The Herald


Scottish tennis player Elena Baltacha has vowed to win her fight against cancer of the liver and has received a message of encouragement from GB Federation Cup captain Judy Murray.

Full story: Daily Record

In rugby, full-back Stuart Hogg believes Scotland can build on their Six Nations win over Italy by beating France at Murrayfield on Saturday evening.

Full story: The Scotsman (print edition)

And Hogg jokes he has heard enough of Duncan Weir bragging about his winning drop-goal against the Italians two weeks ago.

Full story: Daily Record

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