Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic are weighing up an appeal against the £13,000 fine Uefa gave them for illicit chanting by their fans. (Various)

Celtic fans will be under scrutiny by Uefa officials during Thursday's Europa League tie away to Udinese. (Various)

Eggert Jonsson's agent says there is no chance the Icelandic defender will sign the new contract offered to him at Hearts. (Sun)

Lee Griffiths of Hibernian is set to land a one-match ban for a gesture towards Rangers fans on Saturday, but the Scottish FA will not punish Celtic's Scott Brown for sparking a 'mass brawl' against Hearts. (sun)

Hearts manager Paulo Sergio has pleaded for a solution to the problem in order to fix the drop in morale within his team - who have now lost five of their last seven matches. (Scotsman)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown believes former club captain Russell Anderson could have a 'Davie Weir-type' influence on his struggling team. (various)

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels says he mistakenly overloaded his squad this season, and plans to drastically reduce it during the January transfer window. (Scotsman)


The coach of Scottish runner Eilidh Child has challenged her to make the Olympic 400m hurdles final in London.

The Commonwealth silver medallist has quit teaching to join coach Malcolm Arnold at his training camp in South Africa next year.(Sun)