Sandy Easdale buys more Rangers shares, Celtic squad under wraps, Derek McInnes hails Ryan Jack heroics, and more.
Easdale in shares move
New Rangers football board director Sandy Easdale has made a significant purchase of shares in the club, as the power struggle continues.
Easdale now has a shareholding of 4.37 per cent in the Ibrox outfit ahead of October’s AGM, which could see the infighting come to a head. (Scotsman)
Lennon’s squad top secret
Neil Lennon is keeping his squad top secret ahead of tonight’s Champions League clash with AC Milan.
The Celtic boss has refused to say whether Anthony Stokes will start, despite his recent form. (Scotsman)
McCoist up for climb
Ally McCoist says Rangers are firmly focused on winning the league title, despite their progression to the semi-final of the Ramsdens Cup.
The Rangers chief says a cup win would be a bonus, but returning to the top flight is a priority. (Various)
Dons boss backs Jack
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says that Ryan Jack is already among the best midfielders in Scotland, despite his young age.
Jack was crucial in the 3-0 win over Partick Thistle at the weekend. (Various)
Brill’s a keeper
Inverness are looking to hold keeper Dean Brill until the end of the season.
The Englishman has made an impressive presence after his loan from Luton Town. (Daily Mail)