Tuesday's Scottish gossip

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Scotland manager Gordon Strachan insists nothing scares him about competing in the Euro 2016 "group of death" as he prepares for tonight's game with Poland in Warsaw. (Various)

Brighton's Gordon Greer is likely to replace the injured Grant Hanley at the heart of Scotland's defence. (Various)

Scotland midfielder James Morrison, who may play a more advanced role if Ikechi Anya does not shrug off a calf injury, is one booking away from a suspension. (Various)

Partick Thistle have signed Belgian central defender Frederic Frans, 25, on a short-term deal until January. (Various)

Hamilton want to offer Ali Crawford new deal, with the midfielder's current contract due to expire at the end of the season. (Sun)

Neil Lennon, now manager at Bolton, thinks his Celtic successor Ronny Deila will have an easier job once Rangers are back in the top flight. (Herald)

Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempster has responded to continued criticism of the club by making an online plea for patience and understanding from supporters. (Various)


Former Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen says a high-tempo offloading game will be key against Bath in the weekend's Champions Cup opener. (Scotsman)

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