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Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers' John Fleck says that doing jobs like polishing the manager's boots after training helps to keep his feet on the ground. (Daily Record)

Morton chairman Douglas Rae has scoffed at Stirling Albion's demand for £180,000 compensation for letting manager Allan Moore leave for Cappielow. (The Sun)

Dunfermline winger Willie Gibson feels some fans are never happy after some Pars supporters booed the team when they were 1-0 down at half-time against rivals Raith Rovers. (Daily Mail)

Despite missing from the spot against derby rivals Hamilton, young Motherwell star Ross Forbes insists he will be up for taking the next penalty they get. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock midfielder Gavin Skelton refuses to blame the players' dispute with management over club fines for their defeat by Dundee United on Saturday. (Daily Record)

Hamilton kitman Danny Cunning plans to fight the ban he is likely to be handed after being sent to the stand by referee Craig Thomson in the Lanarkshire derby. (The Sun)



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