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Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

On the final day of the transfer window, Celtic's Tony Mowbray is the most active of the managers in Scotland. He hopes to sign Diomansy Kamara on loan from Fulham, Irish midfielder Marc Wilson on loan from Portsmouth, striker Emir Kujovic from Halmstad and Bayern Munich left-back Edson Braafheid, while deals for Ivan Ramis and Icelandic defender Solvi Ottesen remain a possibility. (Various)

Rangers have been in touch with AZ Alkmaar boss Dick Advocaat about signing Danish international left winger Simon Poulsen until the end of the season. (The Sun)

Rangers left-back Stevie Smith says the consistently good form shown by Sasa Papac is making it hard for him to get a regular run in the team and he may be forced to look elsewhere for first-team football. (Daily Express, The Herald)

And Walter Smith has missed out on Portuguese midfielder Ricardo Quaresma, whom he was trying to sign on loan from Inter Milan. (Daily Record)

A top Russian club are considering making a bid for Hibs defender Sol Bamba after he impressed them with his performances for the Ivory Coast in the Africa Cup of Nations. (Daily Mail)

St Mirren will sign Celtic's 20-year-old Irish winger Graham Carey until the end of the season, and are in talks with Ayr United about Ryan Stevenson. (The Sun)

Alan Hutton could make a loan move to Sunderland after falling out of the first-team picture at Spurs. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock manager Jimmy Calderwood is lining up a move for Blackburn Rovers striker Maceo Rigters and Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Dougie Imrie. (Daily Express)

And Calderwood is trying to bring midfielder Darren Young, 31, to Rugby Park from Dundee. (The Sun)

OTHER GOSSIP

After beating Ali Carter 9-4 in the final of snooker's Welsh Open, Wishaw Wizard John Higgins said that it was the best he had ever felt going into a final. (The Sun)

After Andy Murray's emotion-filled final defeat by Roger Federer in the Australian Open, Dunblane's finest can console himself to some extent with a cheque for £581,000 for being runner-up. (Daily Mail)



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see also
Monday's gossip column
01 Feb 10 |  Gossip
Sunday's Scottish gossip
31 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier
Sunday's gossip column
01 Feb 10 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
30 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier


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