Neil Lennon vows revenge against Shakhter, Lee McCulloch warned of no guarantees, Steven Fletcher in training bust-up.
Lennon says it’s not over
Neil Lennon says Celtic still have the chance to make amends after they were beat 2-0 by Kazakhstan side Shakhter Karagandy last night in the Champions League playoff.
The Hoops boss insists that they will be ready when Shakhter coming knocking at Parkhead next Wednesday. (Scotsman)
Fletcher in training row
Scotland star Steven Fletcher has been involved in a training ground bust up with a member of the Sunderland coaching staff.
Fletcher was reportedly called up for smiling after sharing a joke with a team-mate and the row escalated when he was told that it was unacceptable. (Daily Mail)
Stanton ready for front line
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon says youngster Sam Stanton is on track to become a first team star.
The club has been looking for someone to give them wide attacking options, and Fenlon believes Stanton can be the man for the job. (Daily Record)
McCulloch place not guaranteed
Lee McCulloch has been warned that he must fight for his place at Rangers, despite scoring last weekend against Stranraer.
Manager Ally McCoist wants more competition in the squad and says the versatile player is not guaranteed a place. (Daily Express)
Arabs fight costs claim
Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson is to fight a £200,000 bill for ‘development costs’ regarding ex-striker Damian Casalinuovo.
Casalinuovo’s first club Velez Sarsfield made the claim and Thompson will head to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland to fight it. (Daily Record)