Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Former Rangers director Paul Murray is ready to put in place a rescue package that would underwrite a fans' buy-out of the club. (Various)

SFA chief executive Stewart Regan hopes Rangers' financial plight will act as a warning to other Scottish clubs to live within their means. (Various)

Hearts insist their players' wages will be paid on time after the Edinburgh club settled another outstanding tax bill. (Daily Mail)

Rangers could still be saved and sold at a bargain price, according to David Low, the financial analyst who plotted the 1994 takeover of Old Firm rivals Celtic. (Herald)

Players at Ibrox are unhappy with owner Craig Whyte following showdown talks over administration. (Express)

Former Rangers defender Terry Butcher says he cannot believe the Ibrox club have been allowed to enter into administration. (Sun)

SPL chiefs are facing a potential security nightmare of Celtic securing their first league title in four years in the Old Firm derby at Ibrox. (Sun)

Dundee United assistant boss Gary Kirk rates Paul Dixon as the best attacking full-back in the SPL this season. (Daily Record)

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