Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has criticised former Rangers boss Walter Smith for blaming Scotland's season of shame on criticism of referees. (Various)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall insists winning the Scottish Cup would be better than sealing nine-in-a-row with Rangers. (The Star)

Aberdeen's Chris Maguire will sign for Derby County and leave manager Craig Brown shattered. (The Sun)

Former Inverness boss Craig Brewster has been offered the top job at Crawley Town. (The Sun)

Queen of the South manager Kenny Brannigan was sacked by post via a letter from the club chairman. (The Sun)

Hearts have made a move for Falkirk's former Liverpool winger Ryan Flynn. (The Sun)

Rangers have lined up a glamour friendly with Chelsea for 6 August, after the SPL season has started. (The Record)

Dundee United will take the last Europa League slot if Celtic see of Motherwell in the Scottish Cup Final. (The Record)

Crystal Palace are the latest club to track Dundee United's Craig Conway. (The Record)

Rangers captain David Weir insists he would find it difficult to turn down the offer of a move back to Everton as a coach. (The Star)