Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Full-back Adam Matthews insists Celtic can make it to the end of the season without losing another game. (Various)

Goalkeeper Marian Kello accepts he may not play for Hearts again and hinted that he is waiting for Celtic to make a move when his contract expires in the summer. (Various)

Celtic midfielder Beram Kayal thinks he could make a comeback from ankle surgery before the end of the season. (Herald)

Former Rangers midfielder Billy Davies has called on the club's angry fans to lay off manager Ally McCoist. (Various)

Estonian full-back Enar Jaager, recently on trial with Rangers, is poised to sign for Charlton Athletic. (Daily Express)

BBC pundit Pat Nevin reckons Rangers will turn to the versatile Lee McCulloch as an emergency striker. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels has been stung by the reaction to his "honest account" of recent matches. (Scotsman)

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson is to be rested at the weekend in a bid to shake off an ankle injury. (Sun)

With James McPake and Paul Hanlon suspended for Saturday's game with Aberdeen, Hibs boss Pat Fenlon is calling for their defensive replacements to do "whatever it takes" to keep the Dons out. (Various)

Wolves have joined the list of clubs tracking Huddersfield's prolific Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes. (Daily Mail)

Sacked Livingston manager Gary Bollan is considering suing the First Division club for unfair dismissal. (Various)

Partick Thistle are thinking of installing an artificial pitch at Firhill for next season. (Daily Record)

And the Jags have taken Hibs midfielder Sean Welsh on loan for the rest of this campaign. (Various)

Former Falkirk and Rangers forward Alan Gow has quit Indian football and is ready to join Rah Ahan in Iran. (Sun / Daily Record)


Scotland have dropped out of the world's top 10 after their disappointing Calcutta Cup defeat to England. (Various)

Ruaridh Jackson is likely to feature for Glasgow on Thursday but his return from a hamstring injury comes too late for the stand-off to be consider for Scotland duty against Wales on Sunday. (Herald)

Former Scotland captain Andy Nicol thinks Edinburgh stand-off Greig Laidlaw and Glasgow full-back Stuart Hogg should start against Wales. (Scotsman)