Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers captain Steven Davis says it would be "nice to see a little bit of investment in the team" after the Ibrox side were knocked out the Scottish Cup by Dundee United. (Daily Express)

Despite being knocked out of their fourth cup in six months, Rangers manager Ally McCoist maintains the only "crisis" at the club surrounds the tax bill that may soon be coming their way. (The Sun)

Johnny Russell, who scored for United, thinks he has been boosted by the interest shown in him by clubs, including Celtic, in the January transfer window. (The Sun)

Derby manager Nigel Clough tells former Aberdeen striker Chris Maguire that he can leave on an emergency loan this week. (The Sun)

Manager Neil Lennon says there is no talk of a domestic treble at Celtic Park. (Daily Record)

Hearts manager Paulo Sergio confirms that club owner Vladimir Romanov banned goalkeeper Marian Kello from playing against St Johnstone at the weekend. (Various)

Rangers winger Mervan Celik says his new club should pay GAIS, his former team, the £240,000 they are seeking in compensation for the player. (Daily Record)


After Scotland's 13-6 defeat by England at Murrayfield, Andy Robinson's crestfallen players are at a loss as to why they cannot score a try. (Daily Mail)

After winning the Qatar Masters on Sunday, golfer Paul Lawrie says "I don't think I can play much better than that." (Daily Express)

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