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Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Kilmarnock will look to former Dunfermline and Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood to replace departed boss Jim Jefferies. (Daily Express)

Former Hearts favourite Bruno Aguiar wants to return to Edinburgh after an unhappy spell at Cypriot side Omonia Nicosia. (Various)

The contrasting climates in Greece and Scotland resulted in Australian defender Craig Moore's wife urging him to choose Greek side AO Kavala over Motherwell, who were keen to sign him on a short-term contract. (Various)

Staying in the sun, Guillaume Beuzelin has turned down an offer from Hamilton Accies to sign for Cypriot Second Division side Olympiakos Nicosia until the end of the season. (The Sun)

Craig Levein wants England Under-21 striker Andy Carroll to play for Scotland. The Newcastle player qualifies through his Scottish grandmother. (The Sun)

Former Celtic defender Malky Mackay, now in charge at Watford, is a possible replacement for Owen Coyle at Burnley. (The Sun)

Marvin Andrews is heading back to Hamilton from Queen of the South, whose manager Gordon Chisholm had hoped to keep the veteran defender on loan. (The Sun)

Falkirk are eyeing a move to sign former Celtic midfielder Colin Healy on loan from Ipswich. (Daily Record)

Ex-Motherwell midfielder Steven McGarry has signed for Australian side Perth Glory. (Daily Express)

Preston say Celtic had better be prepared to pay £4.5m to lure defender Sean St Ledger from the Championship side to Scotland. (Daily Mail)



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see also
Tuesday's gossip column
12 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
11 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier
Monday's gossip column
11 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Sunday's Scottish gossip
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Sunday's gossip column
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