Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has challenged the SFA to hammer Aberdeen boss Craig Brown for his touchline bust-up with Motherwell chairman John Boyle. (The Sun)

The Northern Irishman also insists he's been unfairly treated by the SFA and is subject to different rules from other SPL managers. (The Star)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist wants Madjid Bougherra to tell him he's planning to quit Ibrox as he's heard nothing from the Algerian defender. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, Kayserispor manager Shota Arverladze is confident of luring Bougherra to Turkey in the summer. (The Mail)

Falkirk fans want the chairman to sack manager Steven Pressley instead of having to put their hands in their pockets to bail out the cash-strapped club. (The Sun)

Hibernian assistant Derek Adams fears an eight-match ban when he faces the SFA beaks today for being sent to the stand for a fourth time in three years. (The Star)

Hearts defender Ismael Bouzid will hold talks next week to see if he has a long-term future at Tynecastle. (The Star)

Businessman Craig Whyte still hopes to complete his takeover of Rangers this week despite being disappointed by a lack of progress over the weekend. (The Scotsman)

Berwick Rangers manager Jimmy Crease has agreed a deal to keep him at the club for the next 12 months. (The Express)

Cowdenbeath are calling on fans to sign a petition with the aim of persuading Fife council to agree proposals for the development of a supermarket at Central Park. (The Mail)

SPL chief Neil Doncaster has sounded the warning bell for Scottish football as attendance figures slumped to a new low. (The Record)

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