Rangers could play at Celtic Park, Dunfermline still in danger, Hibs squad bonds in mini-van, and more.
Rangers at Celtic Park?
Rangers could play a Ramsdens Cup fixture at Celtic Park, as Hampden is unavailable for the final on April 6 due to preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
Rangers are favourites to reach the final, but the SPFL have yet to make a final decision on the venue. (Scotsman)
Dunfermline are still not out of financial dangers after it was revealed that the club still needs around £150,000 to complete the current campaign.
However, administrator BDO is confident the fans and investors will come to the Pars’ aid. (Various)
Hibs bus boost
Hibs have found a unique way for the squad to bond, as a number of their Glasgow-based players have bought a people carrier to drive along the M8 to training.
Paul Heffernan isn’t convinced that the ‘Vengabus’ will make it through the winter, but he says the banter on the drive has boosted the squad’s morale. (Scotsman)
Killie want Bouzid deal
Kilmarnock are to hold contract talks with former Hearts defender Ismael Bouzid after an impressive trial.
The Algerian has been without a club since the end of last season and Killie boss Allan Johnston is keen to add him to the squad. (Daily Express)
Hearts boss Gary Locke has challenged Billy King to find the net and carve out a status as a Tynecastle legend.
King has already impressed Jambo hero John Robertson who has returned to help out the club on a voluntary basis. (Sun)