Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic boss Neil Lennon has admitted he is now a man under pressure after his team slumped an embarrassing ten points behind Rangers in the SPL title race. (Various)

Bookies are now making Rangers certainties to make it four SPL titles in a row. One Scottish firm have slashed their odd on Rangers to 8/13 with Celtic moving out to 6/5. (Various)

Kenny Miller hopes a scan today will give him the all-clear for Scotland's Euro 2012 double header. The Cardiff City player hurt his groin playing against Hull on Saturday. (Various)

Walter Smith says he's more suited to international management now than when he took over from Berti Vogts. (The Sun)


Andy Robinson says he won't be quitting as Scotland rugby coach following their earliest ever World Cup exit. (Various)

Andy Murray hopes his winning start to the Asian swing of ATP Masters will stand him in good stead for the Shanghai Masters next week. (Various)

Dario Franchitti missed out on victory by just .009 of a second in Kentucky, but got his IndyCar title bid back on track. (The Sun)

Anstruther's George Murray is assured of his tour card next season after a joint third place finish in the £3.2 m Dunhill Links Championship. (Daily Express)

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