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Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Former assistant referee Steven Craven admits to lying to Neil Lennon... (Sunday Mail)

Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan would like to streamline the cumbersome disciplinary procedures at the organisation. (Scotland on Sunday)

Celtic are interested in signing Slovenian World Cup defender Marko Suler in the January transfer window. (Daily Mail)

Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu and winger Vladimir Weiss are injury doubts for the Champions League match in Valencia. (Sunday Express, News of the World)

Valencia were booed off by their home fans on Saturday night when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Real Zaragoza. (Scotland on Sunday)

His team-mate Gregg Wylde has no plans to go on loan to get more first-team football - the 19-year-old is beginning to appear in the first 11. (Sunday Express)

And Wylde may be joined at Ibrox by French-Algerian midfielder Salim Kerkar after his club, Gueugnon, waived their right to a fee for the 23-year-old. (Sunday Mail)

Livingston chairman Gordon MacDougall will complain to the Scottish Football League if the punishment handed to Dundee is not as severe as that suffered by the West Lothian club when they went into administration. (Sunday Express)

Celtic have banned a charity from selling poppies at their stadium for Remembrance Sunday, prompting the Poppy Appeal to plead with Celtic chairman John Reid, the former Defence Secretary, for a change of heart. (News of the World)

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot insists he did not dive in earning a penalty against Celtic last weekend and that there was contact from defender Daniel Majstorovic. (News of the World)

Valencia coach Unai Emery has dismissed rumours he is planning a double swoop for Rangers pair Kenny Miller and Allan McGregor. (News of the World)

Roy Hodgson has brushed off claims that former boss Kenny Dalglish is trying to steal his job as Liverpool manager. (News of the World)

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway fears he may have to sell Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam in January. (News of the World)

see also
Sunday's gossip column
31 Oct 10 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
30 Oct 10 |  Scotland
Saturday's gossip column
30 Oct 10 |  Gossip
Friday's Scottish gossip
29 Oct 10 |  Scotland
Thursday's Scottish gossip
28 Oct 10 |  Scotland
Thursday's gossip column
28 Oct 10 |  Gossip
Wednesday's Scottish gossip
27 Oct 10 |  Scotland

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