Celtic’s Tonev in race row
Celtic new signing Aleksandar Tonev was last night at the centre of a race row after Aberdeen defender Shaleum Logan accused the Bulgarian winger of racially abusing him. (Sun)
• Derek McInnes says his side were denied a stonewall penalty against Celtic with ten minutes to go in a match the Parkhead side won 2 - 1. The Dons boss says Kris Commons handled the ball in the box.
• Celtic manager Ronny Deila says the return of captain Scott Brown to his starting 11 has given his side a massive boost ahead of their Europa League tie against Salzburg
• Jogn Guidetti says that yesterday’s win over Aberdeen has convinced him that Celtic will progress through the Europa League group stage and that he will be able to play in the competition. Guidetti is ineligible for European competition until after the group stages. (Mail)
Sponsors put off by state of SPFL - Ross County chair
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor has warned that the SPFL will not be able to attract a new sponsor until it puts its house in order. He says that the demotion of Rangers, relegation of Hearts and Hibs alongside the fact that Celtic are starved of competition in the top flight means that the set up is unattractive to commercial sponsors. (Mail)
Crystal Palace eye McCall
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall is wanted by Crystal Palace with boss Neil Warnock keen to team up with the Scotland coach again. (Sun)
Ally McCoist may “do walking away”
Rangers manager Ally McCoist says the turmoil that the Ibrox club is embroiled in could lead him to walking away from the club.
He said: “There is absolutely no doubt that time will come. One hundred per cent it will come. I cannot give you a timescale, but I can tell you right now it will come.
“But there is so much work to get done and I want to continue with that.”
• Tony Watt says his team mates winger Jose Mpoku and midfielder Mehdi Carcela-Gonzalez would be a sucess at Celtic