Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Scotland manager Craig Levein urges goalkeeper Allan McGregor to have the game of his life to help the national team's chances of success in Spain. (Daily Record)

Levein says Scotland are "probably the only nation that takes 10,000 fans to a game when we only have 3,000 tickets". (Daily Record)

And the Scotland boss says he feels the "whole country is with us 100%". (Daily Star)

Real Madrid and Spain defender Sergio Ramos says he is surprised that Scotland have not already secured second spot in Euro 2012 qualifying Group I. (Daily Record, The Sun)

Scotland captain Darren Fletcher is relieved to no longer have the pressure of being the Roy of the Rovers of the team, now that he is surrounded by quality players. (The Times, Daily Express)

The Manchester United star says Scotland need to produce their best display ever to beat Spain. (The Sun)

Scotland Under-21 manager Billy Stark believes, Luxembourg apart, every team in their Euro 2013 Group 10 can "cut each other's throats". (The Sun)

Kilmarnock midfielder Liam Kelly is back in training after injury and could be fit to face Celtic on Saturday. (Daily Express)

Aston Villa are keeping tabs on Falkirk midfielder Mark Millar. (Daily Record)


Promoter Alex Morrison plans to host a tribute night to Scottish boxing icon Benny Lynch. (Daily Record)

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