Charles Green future in the balance, probe into £400,000 David Longmuir bonus claims, Alan Maybury coach role boost, and more
Green future in the balance
Charles Green could be removed as a Rangers consultant as early as next week, as the board meet to decide his future.
As the power struggle rages on at Ibrox, Charles Green has anger fans with a series of controversial comments. (Various)
Longmuir bonus probe
The SPFL are to look into claims that secret bonus payments were made to former SFL chief David Longmuir.
Some lower-league clubs have called for the probe after claims of almost £400,000 in payments were made. (Daily Record)
Strachan looks at negatives
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has been left frustrated this morning after coming so close to beating England last night.
Strachan says he is annoyed at the lapses of concentration that allowed England to score twice from set-pieces in the second half and come from behind twice to beat Scotland 3-2. (Scotsman)
Fenlon backs Maybury coach role
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon believes Alan Maybury has found his true calling with his new player-coaching role.
While unlikely to threaten the first-team roster sheet, Maybury has valuable experience to pass on to youngsters, Fenlon believes. (Various)
Welsh stays at Jags
Sean Welsh has extended his stay at Partick Thistle after signing a one-year-deal.
The captain is keen to help the Jags advance after they reached the Scottish Premiership. (Daily Express)