Thursday's Scottish Gossip

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John Collins is in the frame for a second spell as Hibernian manager, although he remains favourite to take up the assistant's position at Celtic. (Scottish Sun)

Former St Mirren boss Danny Lennon, who began his playing career at Easter Road, is keen on a return to Easter Road. (Various)

Hibs legend Pat Stanton believes his old club were too hasty in removing manager Terry Butcher. (Scottish Sun)

Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon thinks Dumbarton manager Ian Murray is the perfect man to steer Hibs out of the Championship. (Daily Mail)

And Gordon, 31, is waiting to hear if new Celtic boss Ronny Deila will give the green light to his proposed move to the Scottish champions. (Daily Express)

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has been approached about the lucrative possibility of taking over a side in Dubai. (Daily Mail)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is telling his players to forget about everything they achieved last season as he starts planning for the next campaign. (Various)

James Fowler, 33, is worried his 17-year career at Kilmarnock is over, with the club yet to table the midfielder a contract offer. (Daily Record)

Rangers supporters' group Union of Fans are concerned about a possible boardroom split at Ibrox, asking if chief executive Graham Wallace is really calling the shots. (Various)


Eilidh Child made it a hat-trick of third places on the Diamond League circuit, running 53.33 secs in the 400m in Oslo, finishing behind possible Commonwealth Games rival Kaliese Spencer. (Various)

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