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Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

The Old Firm Derby on 2 January is in danger of being postponed as Rangers race against the clock to make sure Ibrox is safe after extensive water damage. (Sunday Mail)

St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes would like to see the Scottish Premier League retain its current format. (Scotland on Sunday)

Rangers have suffered a double Christmas Day blow with news that defenders Madjid Bougherra and Sasa Papac are preparing to quit Ibrox in the January transfer window. (Sunday Mail)

Papac, who does not have an agent, says he may need to get himself one if Rangers do not offer him a new contract. (Scotland on Sunday)

Motherwell's John Sutton insists his brother Chris has told him nothing about the interview process for the top job at Fir Park. (Sunday Mail, Sunday Herald)

The SFA has revealed a £5m package from the Scottish Government to rescue Scottish football. (Sunday Mail)

SFA chief executive Stewart Regan says his first few months in charge of Scottish football has been total hell. (Sunday Mail)

Dundee administrator Bryan Jackson has revealed that he is prepared to lift the club out of their financial mire. (Sunday Mail)

Aberdeen captain Paul Hartley says he has not been put off going into management by the sacking of Mark McGhee at Pittodrie. (Scotland on Sunday)

Hearts forward Stephen Elliot is happy for other attacking players in the team to take the plaudits, as long as he is getting a game. (Sunday Herald)



see also
Sunday's gossip column
25 Dec 10 |  Gossip
Friday's Scottish gossip
24 Dec 10 |  Scotland
Friday's gossip column
24 Dec 10 |  Gossip
Thursday's Scottish gossip
23 Dec 10 |  Scotland


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