TL;DR news for Monday, April 16

TL;DR news for Monday, April 16

By TheTwoPointOne

Every morning we run through the top headlines throughout the world of Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. It’s called TL;DR news. 


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The Daily Mirror are reporting that Derek McInnes is joint-favourites for the West Brom job, alongside former Celtic manager Tony Mowbray.


Graeme Murty has called the 4-0 defeat his side suffered against Celtic on Sunday the lowest point his coaching career. James Tavernier described the result as “embarrassing.”


Brendan Rodgers offered some solace to Rangers fans, arguing that Murty had done as well as he could have after taking over from Pedro Caixinha earlier in the season.


The Daily Express (print edition) are reporting that Motherwell will not demand a 50-50 split of the ticket allocation for the Scottish Cup final.


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The Birmingham Mail are reporting that Celtic are in the race to sign Yeovil Town defender Tom James. Aston Villa are also interested in the player’s talents.


The Daily Record are reporting that Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty had to be pulled apart in the tunnel at Hampden after the full-time whistle.


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Kenny Miller’s wife took to social media last night to berate Murty for not starting her husband. In a series of tweets Laura Miller demanded that her husband was the fittest player at the club and was a “big game old firm” player.



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