Scottish Gossip: Gordon, McGregor, Christie

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Scotland manager Alex McLeish admits he can not decide who will be his first choice goalkeeper during the Nations League campaign. (Press and Journal)external-link

Craig Gordon and Allan McGregor will split the goalkeeper duties against Belgium and Albania. One will start this evening against the World Cup semi-finalists, with the other being handed the gloves on Monday. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Albania's trip to Scotland has been overshadowed by a bizarre bust-up after boss Christian Panucci demanded £100,000 in damages from their country's former president after being labelled a "charlatan". (Daily Express - print edition)

Ryan Christie insists he didn't dive against Rangers last Sunday, despite claims by Ibrox defender Connor Goldson. (Sun)external-link

Christie also defended Celtic doing a lap of honour after the Old Firm win. He said: "We just wanted to thanks the fans for their support."(Sun)external-link

Rangers winger Eros Grezda has been sent home from the Albania squad because of concerns over his ankle injury. (Sun)external-link

Ross Callachan said he had no choice but to leave boyhood heroes Hearts for St Johnstone. (Daily Express - print edition)

Scotland Under-21s head coach Scott Gemmill believes English clubs will be queuing up to sign Everton's Fraser Hornby on loan after his hat-trick against Andorra. (Daily Record - print edition)

SPFL clubs have voted for Neil Doncaster and Mike Mulraney to continue as their representatives on the Scottish FA board. (Daily Mail - print edition)

Spartak Moscow's owner Leonid Fedun has demanded his side reach the Europa League semi-finals. He also expects the Russians will beat Rangers in the group stage. (Daily Record - print edition)

Hibernian Ladies captain Joelle Murray has been given the all-clear to play 30 minutes of tonight's first-ever televised SWPL game with Forfar Farmington. Murray has been missing since April. (Scotsman)external-link


Glasgow Warriors' Peter Horne admits he misses his mate Finn Russell, who now plays in France. (Daily Record - print edition)

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