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Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic's interim manager Neil Lennon refuses to accept the championship race is dead, despite Rangers enjoying an 11 point lead, with five games remaining. (Various)

Aberdeen are set to move for Kilmarnock striker Kevin Kyle in the summer, having missed out on the target man in January. (Sun)

Hearts midfielder Laryea Kingston is willing to sign a new deal when his contract ends and the end of the season. (Sun)

Dundee United are set for a boost, with midfielder Scott Robertson set to return from long-term injury for the last few weeks of the season. (Daily Record)

Rangers boss Walter Smith fears Kyle Lafferty has gained an unfair reputation as Public Enemy No.1 in Scottish football. (Various)

Tom Hateley would rate Motherwell's campaign a failure if they miss out on European qualification. (Various)

Steve MacLean hopes to score the goals to steer Aberdeen away from relegation trouble and win a permanent move to Pittodrie. (Express)

Hamilton Accies boss Billy Reid is looking for one final push to finish top of the bottom six pile. (Express)

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce insists Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon will not leave the Stadium of Light this summer. (Daily Mail)

Southampton boss Alan Pardew refused to comment yesterday on reports linking him with the vacant Celtic job. (Times)

OTHER GOSSIP

Former world champion Stephen Hendry believes anyone caught cheating at snooker should be banned for life. (Sun)

Dundee Stars have opened talks about joining ice hockey's Elite League. (Various)



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