Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Striker John Sutton has been told he has no future at Hearts - less than four months after joining the Tynecastle club. (Daily Mail)

Sion president Christian Constantin will fight to get the Europa League stopped if his side are not reinstated at the expense of Celtic. (Daily Record)

Celtic full-back Cha Du-Ri faces a month out after suffering a hamstring injury while playing for South Korea. (Various)

Aberdeen have taken New Zealand striker Rory Fallon, 29, on trial. (Various)

Czech manager Michal Bilek has warned Scotland that his side will end their Euro 2012 dream by taking something from Spain in Prague 24 hours before Craig Levein's team play in Liechtenstein on 8 October. (Daily Express)

Sierra Leone coach Lars-Olof Mattsson reckons Celtic signing Mohamed Bangura could be even better than Henrik Larsson. (Various)

New Rangers signing Matt McKay hopes to make his SPL debut at the weekend but admits he has a lot to learn about Scottish football. (Daily Record)

Paddy McCourt has revealed that a heart to heart with manager Neil Lennon has convinced the winger he has a an important part to play for Celtic. (Various)

Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels believes Nigel Worthington is "just not capable" of managing Northern Ireland but insists he is not interested in taking on the job. (Various)

St Mirren midfielder Aaron Mooy is on the mend after a stress fracture of his back. (Various)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown insists Hibs counterpart Colin Calderwood can silence his growing number of critics. (Various)

Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has ruled out a reunion with James McFadden, who is a free agent after leaving Birmingham. (Daily Record)


Captain Al Kellock will fire-up his Scotland team-mates ahead of tomorrow's World Cup opener by reminding them that Romania have written them off as inferior to group rivals Argentina and England. (Daily Mail)

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