Ally McCoist frustration at board battles, Hearts could quit Riccarton, Marius Zaliukas offered Rangers deal, and more.
McCoist frustration at infighting
Ally McCoist wants to end the bitter boardroom power battle at Rangers, as the Ibrox boss struggles to remain focused on football.
He says he hopes an end is in sight, and hinted that October 29 may be the date of the AGM where matters are settled. (Daily Record)
Hearts could quit Riccarton
Hearts could be forced to quit their state-or-the-art training ground at Riccarton if talks with landlord Heriot Watt University can’t settle on a cheaper lease.
Hearts pay around £400,000 per year for the facility and administrators are keen to bring down costs. (Daily Mail)
Ian Black has apologised to fans after betting against his own team.
The Rangers star has been handed a three-match ban and fined £7,500. (Various)
Sproule wants Hearts revenge
Ross County’s Ivan Sproule has vowed to vent his frustrations on Hearts this weekend after he was less than happy with his side’s loss to Dundee United.
County lost 4-2 last week, and the former Hibs man says they will make amends against his old rivals. (Daily Mail)
Rangers in Zaliukas bid
Former Hearts captain Marius Zaliukas has been offered a deal with Rangers, after a short period on trial.
Manager Ally McCoist says that the Lithuanian defender is currently considering the offer. (Scotsman)