Tuesday's Scottish gossip

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Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists he has no fears over his job in the immediate aftermath of Mike Ashley's increased influence at Ibrox. (Various)

Former Celtic striker Charlie Nicholas thinks Rangers are just four signings away from challenging his old team. (Daily Record)

Another former Celtic hero Henrik Larsson reckons his fellow Swede John Guidetti is making a good impression at the Scottish champions because the pressure is off him. (Daily Record)

Scotland striker Steven Fletcher is waiting for X-ray results on a foot injury sustained in Sunderland's loss to Arsenal at the weekend. (Various)

A knee injury will keep Dundee striker Peter MacDonald out of action until December. (Various)

Hearts defender Callum Paterson has apologised to team-mates and supporters for his Edinburgh derby red card. (Various)

Former Hearts striker John Robertson says Alim Ozturk's injury-time leveller at Easter Road on Sunday is one of the best ever Edinburgh derby goals. (Various)

Red Bull Salzburg striker Alan is set to miss the Europa League visit to Celtic on 27 November because of an ankle injury. (Daily Record)

Former Scotland boss Alex McLeish has been given a place on the Racing Genk board having made a flying start as manager of the Belgian side. (Herald)

New Bolton manager Neil Lennon is keen on a January loan move for Crystal Palace's Scotland midfielder Barry Bannan. (Herald)

Former Rangers midfielder Rino Gattuso has performed a U-turn and decided to stay on as boss of OFI Crete in the Greek Super League. (Various)