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Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Everton striker James Vaughan is joining Celtic on loan for the rest of the season in a shock move that includes a £250,000 'rental' payment. (Daily Mirror)

Rangers striker Kenny Miller will fly to Turkey on Wednesday to agree a £50,000-a-week deal with Bursaspor. (Various)

Celtic fans are planning a "Bhoycott" of away games in protest at what they see as unfair decisions by referees and the Scottish Football Association. (Daily Record)

Kenny Black is about to be named as assistant manager to Stuart McCall at Motherwell. (Daily Record)

Leigh Griffiths will play his last game for Dundee on Saturday before signing for Wolves for £150,000 on Monday.

After their Scottish Cup exit at the hands of Second Division Ayr United, Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood says they got what they deserved. (Scotsman)

Morton boss Allan Moore says he is delighted to still be in the Scottish Cup after his team, reduced to 10 men, cam back to draw with Airdrie United at Cappielow. (The Sun)

Towering Bulgarian international striker Dimitar Markriev is enjoying being linked with a move to Celtic. (The Herald)

Former Falkirk striker Pedro Moutinho hopes to earn a deal at Motherwell after playing in a bounce game for them. (The Herald)

Rangers manager Walter Smith might give Nikica Jelavic a starting place against Hearts on Saturday. (Daily Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Andy Murray declares himself happy with his new range of tennis gear, including the "Hibs green" top he wore in the Australian Open first round. (The Sun)



see also
Wednesday's gossip column
19 Jan 11 |  Gossip
Tuesday's gossip column
18 Jan 11 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
17 Jan 11 |  Scotland
Monday's gossip column
17 Jan 11 |  Gossip


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