Scottish Gossip: Warburton pledges to stay, Stokes fights for Celtic future

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Rangers manager Mark Warburton promised the Ibrox club's fans he's "going nowhere", and hit out at speculation linking him with Fulham. (Daily Record)

Warburton has had five opportunities to leave Rangers for a return to England. (The Sun)

The Englishman took to Twitter to pledge his future to Rangers amid increasing speculation that Fulham are preparing a move to secure his services.(The Scotsman)external-link

The former Brentford boss is set to be handed a wage rise as Rangers look to fend off Fulham's interest. (Daily Express)external-link

Celtic have vowed to keep their fans safe when they travel to Turkey for their Europa League clash with Fenerbahce after a bomb blast rocked Istanbul on Tuesday night.(Daily Record)external-link

Anthony Stokes will make a personal plea for his Celtic future when he appears before a club disciplinary hearing. (Daily Mail)external-link

Warburton insists he will be staying at Rangers
Warburton insists he will be staying at Rangers

Stokes must leave Celtic in order to keep his hopes of appearing for the Republic of Ireland at Euro 2016 alive, according to former Parkhead striker Tony Cascarino. (The Herald)

Preston could be set to make a move to bring Stokes to the English Championship. (The Sun)

Dean Windass has revealed his son Josh could line up a move to Rangers by quitting Accrington Stanley next month. (Daily Record)

Hamilton Accies Brazilian striker Alex D'Acol says he's relieved his football career allowed him to escape the culture of violence in his homeland. (Daily Express)

Arnald Djoum penned a new deal with Hearts and then insisted the Jambos can challenge Celtic for the Premiership title. (Daily Record)

Inverness manager John Hughes admits he was disappointed not to be allowed to speak to Dundee United after Jackie McNamara's departure, but is happy to keep realising his ambitions in the Highlands. (Daily Express)

Stokes was fined two weeks wages for his Twitter outburst
Stokes was fined two weeks wages for his Twitter outburst

Stuart Bannigan insists it's time Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald gets the credit he deserves. (The Sun)

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is praying current side Bolton can avoid going into administration after the club failed to pay their players' wages on time. (Daily Record)

Clyde are toasting a double celebration after Barry Ferguson was named League Two manager of the month, while striker David Gormley won the player of the month award. (The Herald)


Russell Knox is aiming to switch from "vacation" to work mode when he makes his first appearance as a full European Tour member in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa. (The Scotsman)

Steve Davis insists age is no barrier for resurgent Scot John Higgins, who is through to the last 16 of snooker's UK Championship in York. (Daily Record)