TL;DR for Friday, February 2

TL;DR for Friday, February 2

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR news is where to come when you want all of the Scottish football news and transfer rumours broken down in order of importance. Kind of like a back page, I suppose.


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There’s only one place to start – Stewart Regan has resigned as chief executive of the Scottish FA with immediate effect.


Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempster has emerged as the early frontrunner to replace Regan.


Brendan Rodgers questioned Craig Levein’s decision to play a 16-year-old (Harry Cochrane) against Celtic on Tuesday night. Has someone told him about Celtic’s plans to introduce colt teams full of young players into the league system?


Craig Levein hit back after Rodgers’ comments on Cochrane, saying that Scott Brown caused an injury for the midfielder and that the Celtic captain’s tackles should be cracked down on.


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Kilmarnock announced the signing of former Celtic goalkeeper Leo Fasan. The 24-year-old was a free agent after leaving Bury.


BBC Scotland’s Kheradine Idesanne initially shot down claims that Beijing Renhe made a bid for Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. But then Idesanne retracted that claim and instead clarified that a bid had been made.


You don’t need to worry about this


Mark McGhee has backed Gordon Strachan as the next Scottish FA chief executive 😐



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