TL;DR for Wednesday, March 7

TL;DR for Wednesday, March 7

By TheTwoPointOne

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The Scottish FA will push the announcement of Alex McLeish’s first Scotland squad back to next Monday after a request from the newly-appointed manager, according to the Daily Mail.

 

However, the main surprises for said squad have already been leaked to the press. According to the Scottish Sun, Jon McLaughlin, John Souttar, Scott McKenna and Scott McTominay will all feature in the forthcoming announcement.

 

The Scottish government have decided not to get involved in Aberdeen’s proposed new stadium development, effectively giving the all-clear to the £50 million plans.

 

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McTominay’s grandfather has stated that Sir Alex Ferguson helped persuade the young, Manchester United midfielder in to picking Scotland over England.

 

Adam Owen has been sacked by Lechia Gdansk in Poland. Which means Lee McCulloch is once again out of a job.

 

On-loan midfielder Aaron Tshibola has suggested that he wouldn’t mind extending his stay at Kilmarnock. The Aston Villa player’s loan expires at the end of the season.

 

Celtic goalkeeping coach, Stevie Woods, is set to replace Jim Stewart at the SFA after 16 years in the job.

 

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Graeme Murty has states that Alfredo Morelos has a “chip on his shoulder” about not scoring against Celtic yet.

 

Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers has called his key striker, Moussa Dembele, a “big-game hunter” – promotions don’t get any better than this, folks.

 


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