Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has vowed to carry on as manager but admits he may review his position if recent threats escalate. (Daily Record)

Rangers manager Walter Smith says his favourite Old Firm memory is the Scottish Cup semi-final win over Celtic in 1992. (Sun)

Celtic legend Dixie Deans believes Gary Hooper is the club's best striker since Henrik Larsson. (Sun)

Former Old Firm stars Davie Hay and Sandy Jardine have urged supporters of the respective clubs to stop singing sectarian songs. (Various)

The first stage of the proposed community takeover of St Mirren is expected to be completed within a fortnight. (Herald)

Former referee Stuart Dougal says being the man in the middle for 12 Old Firm derbies was akin to the adrenalin rush of a bungee-jump or sky-diving. (Herald)

Long-term absentee Andreas Hinkel expects to leave Celtic when the right-back's contract expires in the summer. (Daily Record)