TL;DR for Friday, February 9

TL;DR for Friday, February 9

By TheTwoPointOne

Scottish football can be a loud, confusing place at times. So let TL;DR straighten things out for you and provide all the important stories you ought to know about. 

 

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Today the Daily Mail are reporting that Walter Smith is no longer interested in becoming the next Scotland manager after being “irked by the lack of a firm offer.” Malky Mackay and Alex McLeish are the new favourites for the role.

 

Henry McLeish is being considered as a replacement for the recently departed Stewart Regan, according to the Times. The Scotsman have linked Jackie McNamara with the job. While the Sun report that former FA chief Adrian Bevington is also in the running.

 

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Celtic’s on-loan winger, Patrick Roberts, has been linked with moves to Leicester and West Ham in the summer, according to the Sun. The paper also report that Celtic shot-stopper, Craig Gordon, ought to be fully fit by April.

 

Dundee’s surprise, new signing Steven Caulker has stated he was impressed by Neil McCann’s honesty when he joined the club.

 

Kilmarnock plan to stick with their artificial pitch next season.

 

Tommy Wright has admitted top six may be beyond his St Johnstone side and simply avoiding relegation is now the task at hand.

 

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John Hughes has stated that he’d manage Scotland for free.


 

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