Rangers braced for fresh recording controversy, Hearts face D-Day, Craig Levein in job hunt? And more.
Rangers set for fresh recording woes
Rangers are today set for the release of a recording which apparently documents the board meeting that led to Charles Green being pushed out as chief executive.
The April 13 meeting saw board members question Green about his alleged links with former owner Craig Whyte, after which was put on gardening leave before he resigned.
But there have been threats to release the tape online by someone calling themselves Joe Ninety. (Daily Record)
• Kenny Miller could be header back to Rangers for a third time, and potentially sign a deal by Thursday (Sun).
Europe like SPL win
St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas says that reaching Europe for the second consecutive season was like winning the SPL for the Perth men.
Their place in the Europa League was booked with a 2-0 win over Motherwell. (Scotsman)
Sergio backs Hearts
Despite the financial turmoil and cloudy future surrounding Hearts, former manager Paulo Sergio insists that his old club are unbreakable.
A year ago today he led the Tynecastle men on a victory parade round Edinburgh after winning the Scottish cup, but he left after his contract ended.
But today he insisted: “Hearts will always be there. With the fantastic people supporting the club nothing will ever bring it to an end.” (Daily Record)
• Meanwhile Hearts legend John Robertson says he believes that the club will stay in the SPL. (Scotsman)
McCall focus on Motherwell
Stuart McCall is remaining tight-lipped despite speculation over his future.
The Motherwell boss has been linked with several clubs south of the border, but says he is focusing on next season with the Steelmen. (Sun)
Levein for Doncaster?
Craig Levein could be the next manager of Doncaster Rovers.
The former Scotland boss has emerged as the favourite candidate for the job. (Daily Record)
Jim blames SFL
Jim Jefferies has unleashed an angry tirade against the Scottish Football League management after his side were sunk to the Second Division.
He confronted league chief executive David Longmuir to voice his disapproval, and later told reporters the blame lay at Longmuir’s door due to the points deduction. (Daily Express)