Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


The Scottish Football Association has pleaded with Fifa to allow players to wear embroidered poppies on their shirts during their Remembrance Day friendly with Cyprus. (The Sun)

Hibs chairman Rod Petrie has apologised to the club's fans for appointing Colin Calderwood as manager. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, Hibs owner Sir Tom Farmer insists Petrie is the best chairman he could ask for as pressure mounts on the club's board. (The Mail)

Birmingham City are set to offer Colin Calderwood the assistant manager's job when his severance package from Easter Road is cleared. (The Record)

Jim Jefferies admits he is flattered to be linked with the vacant manager's job at Hibernian. (The Record)

Celtic are in talks to sign Rosenberg defender Mikael Lustig and Hammarby keeper Johannes Hopf. (The Herald, The Express)

Celtic face an anxious wait over Ki Sung-Yeung who will head from a hospital bed to a World Cup qualifier double-header against UAE and Lebanon. (The Sun)

Cardiff City's Kenny Miller insists Rangers could sell Nikica Jelavic in the January transfer window and still win the SPL title. (The Sun)

Aberdeen midfielder Kari Arnason is set to have a scan on a hamstring injury to determine how long he'll be out of action. (The Herald)

Hearts full-back Jason Thompson hopes his loan spell at Dunfermline doesn't end on January 1 after he was sidelined at Tynecastle with a groun strain. (The Record)

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