Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Czech Republic defender Roman Hubnik has revealed he did bring down Christophe Berra as Scotland were denied a last-gasp penalty in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Hampden. (Various)

Craig Levein looks set to start with David Goodwillie as a lone striker for Tuesday's match against Lithuania, with the alternative being to move Steven Naismith up front and reshuffle his five-man midfield.(Various)

The Scotland manager believes his side can still qualify for the Euro 2012 play-offs - by beating Spain in Alicante next month. (Various)

Steven Naismith has launched a staunch defence of Craig Levein and says it would be crazy to pile the pressure on the manager in the wake of Saturday's draw with the Czechs. (Daily Record)

Czech midfielder Michal Kadlec believes his penalty has ended Scotland's Euro 2012 hopes. (Daily Record)

David Weir has revealed Walter Smith had warned Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor 'not to do anything stupid' before the V-signs which led to them being axed by Scotland. (The Sun)

Steven Davis says Rangers are ready to win another SPL title after holding on to their star players through the January transfers window. (Daily Record)

Joe Ledley believes Celtic will prove themselves worthy of their Europa League reprieve. (Daily Record)


Nick De Luca is determined to secure Scotland's outside-centre slot ahead of Saturday's Rugby World Cup opener against Romania. (The Herald)

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