Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Craig Whyte was left stunned by John Greig's departure from the Ibrox board - and could be left reeling by another court verdict by close of business on Tuesday. The club could see another £300,000 of club assets frozen when former finance director Donald McIntyre is back at the Court of Session arguing that Rangers are under threat of insolvency. (Daily Mail)

Hearts players have been left without wages again. They were due to be paid yesterday and were fuming when the money failed to appear in their bank accounts. (The Sun)

James McFadden snubbed Celtic because of 'unfinished business ' in the English top flight. The Scotland international has returned to Everton, despite interest from the Parkhead side. (The Sun)

Celtic's Europa League campaign could be thrown into chaos after Uefa revealed Sion could be reinstated. (Various)

Beram Kayal's uncle and advisor last night insisted that the midfielder is committed to Celtic and relishing life in Glasgow. (Daily Mail)

Dundee United could lose another four top players for nothing. The Tannadice club have offered new deals to Dusan Pernis, Scott Robertson, Garry Kennth and Paul Dixon but none of them has agreed to re-sign. (Daily Express)

Dundee boss Barry Smith has confessed his players are low in confidence after they slipped to the foot of the First Divsion with Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Ross County. (Various)


Just four Scots have been named on UK Athletics 71 strong elite performance list, earning the highest level of Lottery funding in the lead up to London 2012. (Various)

Scotland forward Richie Vernon reckons he can make a quick impressions in England because he is an unknown quantity. (Various)

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