Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Jody Morris and Paul Sheerin are the favourites to succeed departed St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes. (Daily Express)

Rangers captain David Weir is also in frame for the vacany at McDiarmid Park. (Daily Record)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists his job is not in danger after a shaky start to the season. (Various)

Defender Jos Hooiveld has begged Celtic to let him make his loan move to Southampton a permanent one. (Sun)

Kilmarnock are taking Northern Irish striker Liam Boyce on trial, following the 20-year-old's release from German side Werder Bremen. (Sun)

Celtic's Europa League opponents Rennes will rest star man Yann M'Vila and possibly other major players for tonight's clash in France. (Daily Express)

Dunfermline midfielder Nicky Phinn is getting closer to match fitness and is eyeing his first start of the season. (Various)

Fit-again Inverness midfielder Lee Cox may win his first start of the season on Saturday, with boss Terry Butcher ready to ring the changes. (Daily Express)

Hibs midfielder Ivan Sproule reckons the next four games (away to St Mirren, a league and cup double with Celtic, home to Dunfermline) could make or break their season. (Various)

Clyde hope to leave Broadwood Stadium and set up home in East Kilbride. (Sun)

Former Hibs and Falkirk striker Tam McManus is tempted to take up an offer to play in India with Pune. (Daily Express)

Former Celtic hero Paulo Di Canio will line up at Ibrox in March as AC Milan bring a legends team to take on a Rangers greats side. (Daily Record)

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