Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Bristol City have agreed terms with Derek McInnes to take him from St Johnstone to the Championship. (The Sun)

Kilmarnock defender Danny Buijs says he is glad to have recovered from injury in time to face Celtic because matches against the Old Firm are "beautiful games to play in". (The Herald)

New Celtic chairman Ian Bankier says he felt "humble" at being appointed to the post. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist looks forward to welcoming former team-mate Paul Gascoigne back to Ibrox on Saturday afternoon. (The Herald)

Winger Danny Galbraith hopes for a run in the Hibernian team after recovering from an ankle injury that has kept him out of action. (Daily Express)

Dundee manager Barry Smith says he is delighted to have Gavin Rae back at the club, adding that players like returning to Dens Park. (Daily Express)

And Rae reveals the torture of being without a club for five months after being told no new contract was on offer at Cardiff City in May. (The Sun)

Hearts' Eggert Jonsson hopes to stay away from fourth official Iain Brines in their match at Dunfermline - Brines sent off Jonsson for a tackle on Nikica Jelavic in May then rescinded the decision, then controversially ruled out the Icelandic star's "goal" against Ayr. (The Sun)

Dundee United midfielder Danny Swanson says he has been boosted by his inclusion in the Scotland squad and hopes his performances for the Tannadice club can help secure future call-ups. (Daily Mail)


Glasgow Tigers will be presented with the Premier League trophy after their tie against the Newport Wasps. (Daily Express)

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