Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


The Daily Record has issued an apology to Celtic manager Neil Lennon for the headline "Who's More Hated at Ibrox (is it Lennon or the Taxman?)" ahead of Sunday's Old Firm match. (Daily Record)

Celtic skipper Scott Brown could be set for a spell on the sidelines as a persistent ankle injury flared up in the Old Firm derby and may be a doubt for Scotland's Euro 2012 qualifiers next month. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist used goalkeeper Allan McGregor's first-half blunder to spur his team on to a 4-2 win over Celtic. (Various)

Celtic's Kris Commons may be in trouble with manager Neil Lennon after using Twitter to express his frustration at not making the squad for Sunday's game at Ibrox. (Daily Mail)

On-loan Leigh Griffiths was baffled by Hibs manager Colin Calderwood's decision to substitute in-form strike partner Garry O'Connor when the Edinburgh club were leading at Dunfermline. The game ended in a draw. (Daily Express)

The Dutch FA have denied that referee Kevin Blom is suffering mental problems after his appalling display in Scotland's recent match with Czech republic. (Various)


Graeme Morrison, Rory Lamont and Scott Lawson missed Scotland training through injury yesterday but all three hope to be fit for next weekend's World Cup clash with Argentina.

Glasgow City Council is backing a proposal from Scottish Rugby to move Glasgow Warriors' playing base, as well as the annual IRB Sevens to Scotstoun Stadium. (Herald)

Andy Murray's continued Davis Cup participation may depend on a bid by players to rearrange the tennis calendar. (Various)

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