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Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers manager Walter Smith wants to see SPL clubs begin their season earlier to help prepare for European competition. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Scotland striker Ross McCormack could be on his way from Cardiff City to Portsmouth if Pompey boss Paul Hart fails to sign Nikola Kalinic from Hadjuk Split. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Dons midfielder Mark Kerr admits the team let down the supporters in the 5-1 home defeat by Czech side Sigma Olomouc in the Europa League. (The Scotsman)

Celtic boss Tony Mowbray says that Guillaume Beuzelin is training with the squad as a favour to his former player from Easter Road, rather than it being an offer of a trial. (The Scotsman)

Injured keeper Craig Gordon will not be featuring for Sunderland against Celtic on Saturday and may miss Scotland's World Cup qualifier against Norway in Oslo. (Daily Record)

Killie goalkeeper Alan Combe hopes to be fit in time for the season opener, having had a double hernia operation. (Daily Record)



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see also
Friday's Scottish gossip
31 Jul 09 |  Scottish Premier
Friday's gossip column
31 Jul 09 |  Gossip
Thursday's gossip column
30 Jul 09 |  Gossip
Thursday's Scottish gossip
30 Jul 09 |  Scottish Premier
Wednesday's gossip column
29 Jul 09 |  Gossip
Tuesday's Scottish gossip
28 Jul 09 |  Scottish Premier


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