Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon wants a new striker and a central defender in the January transfer window. (Various)

And Lennon insists any suggestions Celtic are trying to force skipper Scott Brown out of the club are "complete nonsense". (Various)

New Hibs manager Pat Fenlon has vowed to win over fans who have branded him the cheap option for the Easter Road job. (Sun)

Rangers' Jordan McMillan, out of contract in the summer, is a target for Huddersfield. (Daily Record)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has slammed claims that Sone Aluko's family raided their savings to fund the winger's move to Ibrox. (Daily Express)

McCoist says Rangers paid the lion's share of the compensation fee Aberdeen were due for Aluko. (Various)

Scotland striker Kris Boyd has played just 76 minutes in the Turkish Super League since his summer move to Eskisehirspor. (Daily Record)

Croatia manager Slaven Bilic complained of Scotland's negotiating tactics during the 2014 qualifying fixture schedule meeting this week, saying "the Scots caused the most problems, they think they are equal to us and they are not". (Daily Record)


Scottish cricket has launched a Hall of Fame, with Mike Denness and John Kerr among the first 12 inductees. (Scotsman)

Kingussie manager Stephen Borthwick will oversee his final match today after two years in charge of the shinty powerhouses. (Daily Express)

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