CLUB Brugge want Celtic star Nir Bitton in a player exchange deal; Celtic’s Scott Brown is aiming for 10 titles in a row; Rangers mental block over Palmerston’s plastic pitch, plus more news and gossip in Tuesday’s Rumour Mill
CRAIG Levein yesterday urged those at the top of Scottish football to listen to Hearts owner Ann Budge – for the good of the game.
Hibernian head coach Alan Stubbs is hopeful defender Jordon Forster will not be ruled out of the club’s promotion push after he picked up an ankle injury at the weekend.
QUEEN of the South player/manager James Fowler has warned Rangers that the Doonhamers are not in the play-offs just to make up the numbers.
High up in the main stand at Falkirk Stadium the wind was howling on an unseasonably cold day. As he jumped on the spot to keep warm, the wise old ex-pro reckoned that both Rangers and Hibernian would be shuddering at the threat posed by the third Championship team to qualify for the play-offs.
John Hughes can remember the exact moment his managerial career began in earnest. He has former assistant Brian Rice to thank for ensuring he concentrated fully on the job in hand, rather than try to juggle both playing and managing, as he was attempting to do at Falkirk.
HIS name may not conjure up memories of Scottish football catastrophe in the same way Frank Haffey’s does.
Kenny Miller believes Rangers have to “get to grips” with upcoming play-off opponents Queen of the South if they are to have any chance of promotion to the Scottish Premiership this season.