Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Manager Neil Lennon says he wants to stay at Celtic 'for a long while' and build a dynasty at the Glasgow club. (News of the World)

Despite winning several leagues and cups as a player, Lennon also says he could never be satisfied until he wins a title as manager of Celtic. (News of the World)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster says fans should expect a few more nervy games - like Saturday's against St Mirren - before the season comes to an end. (Sunday Mail)

Vladimir Weiss is out of Rangers' title run-in after doctors discovered he has been playing for a month with a broken foot. (News of the World)

But Ibrox defender Madjid Bougherra will win his fitness battle in time for the final Old Firm game of the season on 24 April. (Sunday Mail)

Prosepctive Rangers owner Craig Whyte has appealed for patience from the Ibrox club's fans as his takeover bid drags on. (Mail on Sunday)

Aberdeen boss Craig Brown insists his team can pick themselves up from a losing streak to upset the Old Firm this week. (Sunday Mail)