TL;DR for Thursday, February 22

TL;DR for Thursday, February 22

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The Daily Record are reporting that the SFA have asked Queen’s Park to sell them Hampden in a deal worth £2 million. With plans to redevelop the national stadium that include a standing section and renting out office space. The lower-league side have confirmed the offer was made. An interesting move considering the governing body still have no chief executive.


Ross McCrorie still hasn’t recovered from an injury picked up in Rangers’ January training camp and could miss next month’s clash with Celtic, according to the Scottish Sun.


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The coming Premiership split continues to cause headaches for the SPFL, with Kilmarnock now stating that they’ll demand talks with the league body if they’re forced to play a third away match at Ibrox, according to the Daily Record. Steve Clarke’s side have already faced each top-six side at home twice this season.


Brendan Rodgers has called for his players to remain calm ahead of their crucial second-leg tie against Zenit St Petersburg. The Celtic manager has also stated that all the pressure rests on Roberto Mancini’s side.


Efe Ambrose is hoping his excellent form for Hibs this season could earn him a call up to the Nigeria national team and a spot at this summer’s World Cup.


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Queen of the South may be without a back-up goalkeeper this weekend after Sam Henderson collided with a cow.


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