TL;DR for Friday, January 19

TL;DR for Friday, January 19

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR filters through all the Scottish football news and rumours and breaks them down in order of what you need to know and what really is just filler and clickbait. 

 

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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Hibernian and Neil Lennon are just about fed up with Anthony Stokes and are willing to offload him this month. Charlton and “at least one Polish side” seem to be the potential bidders.

 

Ross McCrorie and Bruno Alves are both expected to continue their spell on the sidelines after injuries picked up during Rangers’ winter break in Florida have refused to mend.

 

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Michael O’Neill has asked for more time to consider an offer from the Scottish FA.

 

Hull City are expected to make a third bid for Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna.

 

Steven Naismith is set to make his debut for Hibs in Sunday’s Edinburgh derby against Hearts.

 

Rangers are set to make an improved bid for Hamilton Accies midfielder Greg Docherty. They recently had their £300,000 bid rejected and will need to double it if they want the young talent, according to the Daily Record.

 

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Barry Ferguson is confused as to why Naismith didn’t move to Rangers instead of Hearts.

 

Nadir Ciftci still wants to make an impact at Celtic.

 


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