TL;DR news for Tuesday, February 13

TL;DR news for Tuesday, February 13

By TheTwoPointOne

Every day we round up the Scottish football news and decipher which bits of it are important to you. We call it TL;DR news.

 

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St Mirren have given English Championship side Barnsley the go-ahead to speak to Jack Ross about their managerial vacancy.

 

Celtic have been handed a boost ahead of their Europe League tie against Zenit St Petersburg. The Russian side may be without experienced defender Branislav Ivanovic as the Serbia captain is suffering from an eye injury.

 

Rangers right back James Tavernier is edging closer to signing a new three-and-a-half year deal which will keep him at Ibrox until 2021.

 

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Jason Cummings insists his strike partnership with Alfredo Morelos can thrive despite a language barrier. The Rangers striker has been using hand signals to communicate with the Colombian.

 

Ann Budge has confirmed that Hearts will lay a new pitch at Tynecastle for the start of next season. Although it hasn’t been decided whether the Edinburgh club’s new pitch will be grass or a hybrid surface.

 

Former Rangers defender Danny Wilson has said he wanted to stay at Rangers. The stopper, now at Colorado Rapids, says Mark Allen changed his mind about offering him a new deal.

 

Hibs defender Darren McGregor is confident he can shake off a hamstring injury in time to ensure he can play against Aberdeen on Saturday.

 

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West Ham manager David Moyes says the Scotland manager’s job isn’t as appealing as it used to be. That said, he’s still open to taking on the challenge later on in his career.

 

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