Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Daniel Cousin will rejoin Rangers today after the 35-year-old striker knocked back a £20,000-a-week deal at Birmingham City. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels has criticised Hearts counterpart Paulo Sergio for dropping goalkeeper Marian Kello at the behest of owner Vladimir Romanov. (Various)

Meanwhile, Romanov is trying to buy FC Tom Tomsk, who are currently bottom of the Russian Premier League. (Daily Record)

Hearts and St Johnstone have missed out on £165,000 after Uefa refused to let the clubs' Scottish Cup replay to be broadcast live on television on the same night as European ties. The match will instead take place on Tuesday. (Sun)

Scottish Premier League clubs could end up bearing the burden of a £3m cost to introduce goal-line technology. (Herald)

Clydesdale Bank Premier League manager of the month for January Craig Brown feels the award should have gone to Celtic counterpart Neil Lennon. (Various)

St Mirren have agreed a pre-contract deal with Cowdenbeath midfielder Jon Robertson. (Various)

The English FA may turn to Scotsman David Moyes is Harry Redknapp turns down the chance to become England manager. (Daily Express)


Wales are keeping Scotland waiting over the latter's request for the Millennium Stadium roof to be close when the two rugby national teams meet in Sunday's Six Nation encounter. (Scotsman)

Sir Alex Ferguson is calling on Aberdeen's boxing fans to cheer on Lee McAllister as he bids to win the European light-welterweight title against Russia's Denis Shafikov. (Daily Record)