Gossip column: Bitton, McCall, Law brothers, poor weather & wedding bells

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Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton has pledged his future to the club despite interest from Sunderland.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Nir Bitton (right) says he's happy at Celtic
Nir Bitton: Happy at Celtic but far from impressed with the Scottish weather...

Nir Bitton is content at Celtic but less impressed with the Scottish climate. "I'm here two seasons, my wife is happy and I'm happy," he says. "We just need to do something with the weather!" (Various)

Rangers are back on track following a traumatic four-year period, according to Ibrox legend John Greig.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Falkirk boss Peter Houston says working with the Bairns will be his last managerial position before bringing his career to a close.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Dave King says Sir David Murray cost him £20m in his first spell as a director at Ibrox. (Various)

Nicky Law (left) and brother Josh will lock horns in the Scottish Premiership play-off final
Nicky and Josh Law will lock horns in the Scottish Premiership play-off final - before heading to New York for the latter's wedding

Stuart McCall insists Rangers are ready to return to the top flight at expense of former club Motherwell after seeing off Hibs in the Premiership play-off semi-final. (Various)

Inverness CT boss John Hughes will do the double tonight when he adds the Football Writers' Manager of the Year award to his PFA Scotland gong. (Various)

Calum Butcher wants to remain at Dundee United but warns he will leave Tannadice if the club's offer falls short. (Various)

Celtic are prepared to cut their losses with injury-plagued former Ajax winger Derk Boerrigter and offload the £3m signing in the summer.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Rangers midfielder Nicky Law insists he's ready to relegate his brother, Josh, when the Ibrox outfit lock horns with Motherwell in the Premiership play-off. (Various)

The Law brothers then fly out to New York for Josh's wedding, with Nicky best man for his wee brother's big day. "It's the complete nightmare scenario," says Nicky. (Various)


Scotland's Gary Cornish preserved his unbeaten record with a fourth round stoppage of the Hungarian Zoltan Csala to claim the IBO Intercontinental Heavyweight title. (Various)

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