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Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Scottish football is on the brink of revolution amid fears more than one SPL club is going to the wall. (Daily Record)

Rangers captain David Weir has blasted critics who suggest the veteran defender is part of the worst Ibrox team for a generation. (The Sun)

Middlesbrough striker Chris Killen wants a permanent deal at the Riverside once his loan deal from Celtic expires in the summer. (The Sun)

Former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan, now boss at Boro, will move for Rangers striker Nacho Novo at the end of the season. (Daily Record)

Hibs boss John Hughes insists his players can have no complaints about the much-maligned pitch at Easter Road. (Various)

Dundee manager Gordon Chisholm believes his assistant Billy Dodds will get the best out of striker Leigh Griffiths. (Daily Record)

Rangers striker Kris Boyd is delaying a decision on his future in the hope that the cash-strapped club will find a new buyer in the summer. (The Herald)

Falkirk boss Steven Pressley rolls his sleeves up while directing the Bairns from the touchline, after being inspired by Italy under-21 coach Pierluigi Casiraghi on how to use positive body language. (Various)

Former Rangers boss Dick Advocaat has parted company with Belgium - just six months after taking up the post with the national side. (Various)

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see also
Friday's gossip column
16 Apr 10 |  Gossip
Thursday's Scottish gossip
13 Apr 10 |  Scottish Premier

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