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Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Rangers fans claim the club tried to stop them unfurling banners protesting against Lloyds Banking group at Saturday's match against Hearts at Ibrox. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers youngster Andrew Little rescued a point for the Ibrox side in the league match at home to Hearts, but claimed the cash crisis at the club prevented him from leaving the club on-loan. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic are trying to lure Irish star Kevin Kilbane from Hull City to Glasgow on a permanent deal worth around £400,000. (News of the World)

Wigan's James McCarthy could be set to switch international allegiance from the Republic of Ireland to Scotland. (News of the World)

Celtic's search for a centre-back to solve their defensive problems has suffered a triple set-back with Aston Villa ruling out a loan move for Curtis Davies, Phillipe Senderos joining Everton and Darren Ferguson refusing to lower his price on Sean St Ledger. (Sunday Times)

Bosnia manager Safet Susic is to fly to Glasgow in an attempt to lure Sasa Papac back to international football. (Sunday Times)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Ross Tokely reached his 500-game milestone against Airdrie United on Saturday, but says his 14th season at the club could be his last. (Scotland on Sunday)

Falkirk could bring Plymouth pair Alan Gow and Steven MacLean back to Scotland in a bid to stave off relegation. (Sunday Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Edinburgh Rugby's highest-profile player, Mike Blair, is being lured to Ulster. (Scotland on Sunday)



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see also
Sunday's gossip column
24 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
23 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier
Saturday's gossip column
23 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Friday's Scottish gossip
22 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier


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