Tuesday's Scottish gossip

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Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs refuses to rule out a loan move for Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths. (The Scotsman)

Celtic boss Ronny Deila says his comments about the fitness of the team he inherited were not intended as a criticism of former manager Neil Lennon. (Various)

Celtic are backing Lennon's bid to become the new manager of Fulham. (The Sun)

Ahead of Rangers' League Cup tie at Falkirk on Tuesday, midfielder Ian Black believes the players are on course to reward the fans with their first cup win since 2011. (Various)

Finance group Laxey Partners are the largest shareholder at Ibrox after increasing their share to 16.3%. (Daily Record)

Watford winger Ikechi Anya, speaking of his goal against World Cup winners Germany in Dortmund earlier this month, jokes that he has watched it a million times. (Daily Record)

Hamilton have agreed a new contract with their manager Alex Neil, with financial incentives if Accies stay in the Scottish Premiership. (The Sun)

Ross County boss Jim McIntyre believes the Staggies and Hibs will approach their League Cup game with the same sense of it being a break from their league campaign, where both teams have been struggling. (Daily Express)


USA captain Tom Watson identifies England's Ian Poulter as the player who would represent the biggest Ryder Cup scalp for his team - Poulter has won 12 points for Europe from 15 games in four previous tournaments. (Various)

Watson's European counterpart Paul McGinley will have the words of the late Bob Torrance, his former coach, placed on a sign above the European team's locker room door - it will say "Happiest days of your lives". (Daily Express)

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