Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers captain David Weir has revealed he will walk away from the club if he ends up being a bit-part player from the bench. (Various)

Weir, who turned his back on Scotland between 2002 and 2005, is urging Steven Fletcher to swallow his pride and make himself available for the national side again. (Various)

Former Rangers boss Walter Smith remains interested in taking up a post in the Middle East after missing out on becoming United Arab Emirates coach. (Sunday Times)

Hibs manager Colin Calderwood believes striker Garry O'Connor could play his way back into the Scotland squad. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic may leave skipper Scott Brown out of Thursday's trip to Atletico Madrid to save him for next Sunday's Old Firm showdown. (Sunday Mail)


Romania's Ovidiu Tonita has warned Scotland's Nathan Hines that the Georgian pack is bigger and better than his team's. (Scotland on Sunday)

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