Scottish Gossip: Griffiths saves Deila, Gostomski to join Rangers

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Celtic matchwinner Leigh Griffiths admits he bailed out his manager Ronny Deila with a late goal in Saturday's 1-0 win over Partick Thistle.(Sun)external-link

Substitute Griffiths admits he was surprised to be sent on at half-time against the Jags following a recent absence. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Deila believes he now has a Celtic squad full of the right potential.(Sunday Herald)external-link

Leigh Griffiths and Ronny Deila
Griffiths came off the bench to give Deila's side victory

Dundee defender James McPake will be out for the rest of the season and could be missing for much longer after suffering a suspected dislocated knee in Saturday's derby win over Dundee United. (Sunday Express)external-link

Ross County assistant manager Billy Dodds expects this year's January transfer window to involve less "wheeling and dealing" than that of 2015, when the Highlanders re-built their squad to eventually avoid relegation.(Sunday Herald)external-link

Watching his Aberdeen team-mates during his recent absence due to a broken nose convinced defender Mark Reynolds the Dons can go the distance this season. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Manager Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen should be claiming silverware in 2016.(Sunday Herald)external-link

Polish free agent goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski, 27, arrived in Glasgow on Saturday night to sign for Rangers. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Maciej Gostomski playing for Lech Poznan
Gostomski was most recently with Lech Poznan

Should Rangers make it to the Scottish Premiership under Mark Warburton, the manager feels it would be better if there were only two league derbies per season against Celtic as he renewed his call for a bigger top flight.(Scotland on Sunday)external-link

Defender Rob Kiernan feels his move to Rangers was vindicated by Monday's 4-2 win over Hibernian in front of a packed Ibrox, saying: "We all want to play in games like that." (Sunday Herald)external-link

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