Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. This is TL;DR news.
The Scotland Women’s team have qualified for the World Cup for the first time ever, after beating Albania last night.
Daniel Arzani has not been included in Brendan Rodgers’ squad for Celtic’s upcoming Europa League group stage games.
The Daily Record understand that the Scottish FA are set to meet with other home nations later this year to prepare a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.
Robert Snodgrass has defended his decision to be omitted from Scotland’s coming games against Belgium and Albania, telling the Glasgow Herald he has recently been commuting between Glasgow and London to help his mother recover from a stroke. “I hadn’t chucked it,” he said. “I spoke to Alex (McLeish) and he told me he wanted me to be part of it, but there were some lads that he was giving a chance to.”
Ally McCoist has admitted that he’s unlikely to return to football management any time soon after the way his previous role at Rangers had an affect on his health. Speaking to the Daily Record, McCoist said: “But in all seriousness, I looked at myself and thought, ‘Jesus, that’s not right.’ It was taking its toll.”
Hibs defender Darren McGregor has stated his relief in the club deciding not to sell Efe Ambrose this summer. “It was really important to keep Efe,” McGregor told the Edinburgh Evening News. “We need all the experience and leadership we can get and he obviously adds to that.”
Partick Thistle have decided to pay Kris Doolan his goal bonus, despite the striker’s goal against Morton mysteriously being disallowed by the referee during the match.
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