TL;DR for Friday, December 29

TL;DR for Friday, December 29

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There’s a top of the table clash in the Scottish Championship tonight, with Dundee United travelling to Paisley to face Jack Ross’ St Mirren.

 

Niall McGinn ended speculation surrounding his future by returning to Aberdeen. He has signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Dons.

 

Lewis Morgan is expected to join Celtic next week, but immediately return to St Mirren for the rest of the season on loan.

 

The Daily Record are reporting that Rangers will make a move for Russell Martin, with the Scotland international told that he can leave Norwich City this January.

 

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An Aberdeen director, Duncan Skinner, has been fined by the Scottish FA for breaching betting rules by placing bets on matches. He was charged placing 589 bets on almost 1500 matches over the course of four seasons.

 

Anthony Ralston has signed a new four-and-a-half year deal to stay at Celtic.

 

Graeme Murty has said he wants to make new signings at Rangers quickly and he wants them in time for the winter break trip to play in the Florida Cup.

 

Murty also clarified that Ryan Jack could still play against Celtic on Saturday despite the midfielder struggling with a knee injury.

 

 

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Tom Boyd believes Kristoffer Ajer is ready to face Rangers.

 

Steven Naismith believes Celtic’s form will go out the window when they face Rangers. Why is it always a window? Why is it never a door?

 


 

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