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Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hamilton Accies have rejected a £500,000 bid from Portsmouth for Scotland's Young Player of the Year James McCarthy (Daily Record).
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Michael O'Neill is interested in taking East Fife striker Paul McManus to Shamrock Rovers (Scottish Daily Express)

Peterborough forward Craig Mackail-Smith hopes Scotland manager George Burley will give him the nod to join his Posh team-mate George Boyd on international duty. (The Sun)
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Motherwell midfielder Stephen Hughes, out of contract at the end of the season, is viewing Scotland's B international against Northern Ireland on Wednesday as the ideal way to show potential suitors what he can do. (Daily Record)

Former Hearts striker Mark de Vries is desperate for Tynecastle boss Csaba Laszlo to take him back to the club from SC Cambuur. (The Sun) Full story

East Fife striker Chris Templeman and midfielder Kevin Fotheringham are close to joining Dick Campbell's Forfar Athletic. (Scottish Daily Express)

Stirling Albion fans are planning to try to buy the club from 83-year-old owner Peter McKenzie. (The Sun)

Queen of the South and Ayr United are interested in signing St Johnstone's Kevin James. (Daily Record)

Jim Lauchlan has signed a new one-year contract with Jocky Scott's Dundee. (The Courier and Advertiser)
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see also
Wednesday's gossip column
06 May 09 |  Gossip
Tuesday's gossip column
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