TL;DR for Friday, March 2

TL;DR for Friday, March 2

By TheTwoPointOne

Every day we package the top stories and rumours from the world of Scottish football in order of importance. It’s called TL;DR news.

 

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Owen Coyle has resigned as Ross County manager after just five months in charge of the Highland side, stating it was  “in everyone’s best interests” that he left the club.

 

Nine games in the SPFL this weekend have already been called off, including Dundee United v St Mirren, Dunfermline v Livingston and St Johnstone v Hamilton. The Scottish FA are expected to make a decision on the weekend’s Scottish Cup ties later today.

 

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Kilmarnock midfielder Alan Power has revealed that he grew up with Conor McGregor and even played in the same Sunday league team as him at Crumlin United.

 

Gordon Strachan is reportedly on a shortlist of potential replacement managers for Steve Cotterill at Birmingham.

 

Mark Hateley believes James Tavernier and Alfredo Morelos are in the running for Premiership player of the year.

 

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Barry Ferguson thinks Graeme Murty should be given the Rangers job permanently.

 

Steven Naismith is still desperate to play for the Scotland national team.


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