Rumour Mill: Neil Lennon defiant | Griffiths '˜not on sauce' | Swansea striker on Gers move
Hibs boss Neil Lennon insists abuse won’t drive him out of Scottish football
Neil Lennon has insisted he has no intentions of walking away from Scottish football despite continually finding himself at the centre of controversy.
He said: “If I walked away, where does that leave the country? How does that look on the Scottish game.
“I won’t be driven out. I’ll go on my own terms – or I might be sacked. That’s inevitable in this job.”
Leigh Griffiths quashes rumours he’s ‘on the sauce’ with joke
Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths has shot down rumours that he is ‘on the sauce’ and addicted to gambling at the bookies in a humourous manner.
In a Twitter exchange a fan approached the currently sidelined Celtic striker about rumours that he was experiencing alcohol and gambling problems.
The fan commented: “There’s a rumour going about Griffiths is on the sauce and in the bookies gambling, hope it’s bs cause Griff is awesome.”
Griffiths responded: “BROON sauce” followed by two laughing face emojis.
Former Rangers defender says he’s ready for Scotland chance
Ex-Rangers defender David Bates, who is currently with German second tier outfit Hamburg, says he is ready to be called up to Alex McLeish’s Scotland squad for the upcoming Nations League games.
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Hearts manager Craig Levein urges fans to weed out the yobs
Craig Levein has called for supporters to play their part in weeding out trouble-makers at football matches as he dismissed any suggestion that future Edinburgh derbies might have to be played behind closed doors in the wake of the shameful scenes at Tynecastle on Wednesday night.
The Hearts boss said: “I put some of this back on the supporters who are near these people. If they point them out to the police, that might help as well. I know it’s difficult.”
Swansea striker insists he’ll sign for Gers one day
Swansea’s Oli McBurnie has claimed he will sign for Rangers one day during an extensive Q&A session on Instagram.
The Scotland striker, who has never hidden away from the fact he supports Rangers, was asked by one fan when he would be coming to Ibrox.
He responded: “One day”, followed by a Union flag emoji.
Rangers setbacks no cause for alarm, insists Gary McAllister
Ibrox No2 Gary McAllister says he is confident Rangers can turn fortunes around after a difficult week of match losses and financial setbacks.
He said: “We’re fine. We just have to trust about what we do in the training ground and believe in ourselves. I think we have got guys who are strong enough to do that.
“We’ve got to trust what we do and go hunting for opportunities to make chances and we’ll be fine.”