Rumour Mill: Rodgers on Euro '˜gulf' | Rangers star faces Old Firm fitness race | Toure on Celtic staff

Brendan Rodgers says action should be taken to enforce Euopean fair play rules. Rangers captain Lee Wallace is in a fitness race to be fit for Celtic match and Kolo Toure has rejoined Celtic as a coach.
Brendan Rodgers with Kolo Toure. Picture: SNSBrendan Rodgers with Kolo Toure. Picture: SNS
Brendan Rodgers with Kolo Toure. Picture: SNS

Lee Wallace in race to be fit for Celtic clash

Rangers captain Wallace could miss the first Old Firm derby of the season following a groin injury sustained in Friday night’s draw with Partick Thistle.

The 30-year-old left the field after 12 minutes with Pedro Caixinha confirming the left-back’s groin issue following recent surgery. Loanee Declan John replaced him on the flank and will likely start the rematch against the Jags in the Betfred Cup during the week. (Daily Record)

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Brendan Rodgers: Euro cash gulf greater than SPFL inequality

Brendan Rodgers insists the financial advantage Celtic enjoy over the rest of Scottish football cannot be equated to the gulf in resources between his side and their Champions League conquerors Paris Saint-Germain. (Scotsman)

Pedro Caixinha rues missed chances as Rangers draw at Partick Thistle

Pedro Caixinha was left to rue a missed opportunity for Rangers last night as they dropped two points in a dramatic Premiership tussle with Partick Thistle at Firhill. (Scotsman)

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Interview: Archie Knox on being a legendary second in command

At Rangers: Paul Gascoigne, Brian Laudrup, Mark Hateley, Alexei Mikhailichenko. Big players often come with big egos but, after haring round Angus looking for anyone who fancied a game, Knox says they were easy. (Scotsman)

Celtic boss calls for financial fair play enforcement

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Brendan Rodgers has called on UEFA to sanction clubs who break the financial fair play rules, while maintaining that the gulf between Celtic and other clubs is different from the chasm between the Hoops and the elite European level sides. (Evening Times)

Lennon rues Fontaine loss

Hibs head coach Neil Lennon has admitted that Hibs have suffered a “real blow” with the news that Liam Fontaine is out for three months with an ankle injury. (Evening News)

Ex-Hearts ace Templeton ‘got lost’ at Rangers, says Levein

Craig Levein believes former Hearts winger David Templeton “got lost” at Rangers, but is delighted to see him back in the Premiership with Hamilton. (Evening News)

Toure joins Celtic coaching staff

Kolo Toure has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36. The Ivory Coast international will not take up the role of technical assistant with Celtic. (Various)