Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers manager Ally McCoist has pleaded with Ibrox owner Craig Whyte to give him the cash to pay for a striker to keep his title hopes alive. (The Record)

Meanwhile, McCoist won't be drawn on plans to bring striker Nacho Novo back to Rangers from Sporting Gijon. (The Scotsman)

Hibs star Ian Murray says Hearts midfielder Ian Black will regret displaying a t-shirt reading "I'll paint this place Maroon" during the Tynecastle side's 3-1 victory at Easter Road. (The Record)

West Brom manager Roy Hodgson has told Dundee United's Scott Allan that a move to his boyhood heroes Rangers would be the wrong decision. (The Sun)

Dundee United manager Peter Houston has demanded showdown talks with referee chief John Fleming after branding Steven McLean and assistant Alan Mulvanney incompetent following their 2-1 defeat by Aberdeen. (The Express)

Serbia have finally agreed to kick off Scotland's World Cup campaign on a Saturday more than a month after the fixtures were confirmed. (The Express)

QPR boss Neil Warnock is hoping to complete a move for Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic to halt the club's slide down the English Premier League. (The Times)

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