Rangers Martyn Waghorn was videoed confronting a young fan who called him “s***e”, Joey Barton is back in Glasgow to answer his SFA charge, and former Rangers player Daniel Prodan has died of a heart attack aged 44.
Waghorn confronts fan
Martyn Waghorn has been filmed confronting a young fan in the street after the teenager called him “s***e”.
The Rangers striker had picked up something to eat at a Fish & Chips shop when the youngster shouted at him. Waghorn walked around to meet his adversary, saying “come say it to my face then”, which the young fan duly did before Waghorn walked off. (Various)
Joey Barton has returned to Glasgow to face his SFA hearing for betting offences. The ex-Rangers midfielder has been charged with betting on 44 matches. He’s decided to face the charge and could likely get a one or two match suspension. (Daily Record)
Mourinho chasing Dembele?
Manchester United sent scouts to watch Moussa Dembele on Monday as the Celtic striker bagged two goals for France under-21s in their 3-2 victory over England. United boss Jose Mourinho is said to be an admirer of the forward and could make a January move for his services. (Daily Mail)
Smith backs Strachan
Former Rangers manager Walter Smith yesterday joined the ranks of high-profile figures calling for current boss Gordon Strachan to be given more time to turn the team’s World Cup qualifying campaign around. The former Scotland manager, however, admitted that a continuation of current form in next year’s ties cannot be tolerated.