Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers are preparing to offload Maurice Edu, Kirk Broadfoot, James Beattie and captain David Weir. (Mail on Sunday)

Celtic boss Neil Lennon will stick with Daniel Majstorovic for today's visit to St Mirren after the defender's first-minute red card in Thursday's Europa League loss to Sion. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist admits he can't see a Scottish club reaching the Champions League group stage for years to come. (Sunday Mail)

Gregg Wylde, fresh from signing a new Rangers contract, revealed that former team-mate Danny Wilson's lack of game time at Liverpool put him off a potential move to England. (Sunday Mail)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall is begging the Fir Park board to snub any bids for Jamie Murphy, Darren Randolph and Chris Humphrey. (Sunday Mail)

Aberdeen goalkeeper David Gonzalez is bracing himself for a Rangers backlash at Ibrox today after the home side's European disappointment. (Sunday Mail)

St Mirren striker Steven Thompson reckons SPL clubs are no longer daunted at the prospect of playing the Old Firm. (Sunday Mail)

Hibs manager Colin Calderwood believes striker Garry O'Connor can earn his side a first Edinburgh derby win since May 2009. (Various)

Meanwhile, Hearts midfielder Adrian Mrowiec says the clash with Hibs is "nice" compared to the Wisla Krakow v MKS Cracovia derby in his native Poland. (Sunday Mail)

Hearts midfielder Rudi Skacel reckons Czech Republic will end Scotland's hopes of reaching Euro 2012 with a win at Hampden next Saturday. (Sunday Mail)

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