Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic are considering a summer move for Olhanense's Portuguese-Brazilian forward, Edinho Junior - son of former Bradford City player Edinho. (Sunday Times)

Team GB coach Stuart Pearce will battle to take James Forrest to the London Olympics despite the club's involvement in early European fixtures after running a final rule over the Celtic and Scotland winger last week. (Sunday Mail)

Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa could snub his first-ever call-up to the full Estonian squad as their friendly against El Salvador in Los Angeles is on a Wednesday between domestic league matches against Celtic and Dunfermline Athletic. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic will appeal against the red card shown to defender Daniel Majstorovic in the Scottish Premier League leaders' 1-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle. (Sunday Mail)

The row between the BBC and the Rangers owner Craig Whyte escalated when the club banned the broadcaster from recording a post-match media conference after the Glasgow side's 4-1 win away to Dunfermline Athletic. Until then, the club had allowed the BBC to attend post-match conferences, which are normally open to all accredited media, but had not provided interviews with players or the manager. (Scotland on Sunday)


National defence coach Graham Steadman's contract with Scottish Rugby will not be renewed when it expires at the end of the season. (Scotland on Sunday)

Saltires coach Pete Steindl insists Kyle Coetzer is still in his plans, despite the batsman skipping Scotland's first fixture of 2012 - Thursday's I-Cup clash with UAE in Sharjah - to play for Chittagong Kings in the Bangladesh Premier League. (Sunday Mail)