TL;DR for Friday, January 12

TL;DR for Friday, January 12

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR news is where you’ll find every Scottish football news story and rumours ranked in order of significance. Kinda like a back page.


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The Daily Record reports that the SPFL has signed a new £5 million sponsorship deal with Ladbrokes that will last until 2020.


Hearts have thrown their hat into the metaphorical ring in an attempt to sign Steven Naismith. Norwich City have told the Scotland international that he can leave the club on loan.


The Jam Tarts also completed a loan deal for Manchester United left back Demetri Mitchell until the end of the season.


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Josh Windass scored the winning goal for Rangers last night as they won 1-0 against Atletico Mineiro in their Florida Cup opener in Orlando.


Hamilton Accies defender Ioannis Skondras has been banned for five matches following his part in a brawl during a game against Ross County.


It’s possible that Celtic’s Europa League opponents Zenit St Petersburg could lose their manager before their meeting with the Hoops. Roberto Mancini has expressed an interest in the Italy job.


Former Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is already under pressure at his new club Cruz Azul, with fans on social media calling for him to be sacked after just two games. It’s okay, Carlos Pena will sort everything.


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Scott Brown isn’t looking forward to retiring.


Greg Docherty says he’s ignoring the speculation linking him with a move to Rangers and is focused on things at Hamilton.

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