TL;DR for Friday, March 9

TL;DR for Friday, March 9

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Craig Levein has admitted that his peculiar quotes and comments in press comments are a simply tactic in trying to wind up Neil Lennon and his side ahead of tonight’s derby, as reported by the Herald.


Russell Martin hurt his back in training this week and is likely to miss Sunday’s game against Celtic, according to the Scottish Sun.


The very last clash between both Glasgow sides has been scheduled for April 22, which will come just seven days after they face off in the Scottish Cup semi finals.


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Alex Neil has insisted that Graeme Murty needs to start acting like he’s he wants the Rangers job full time. According to the Daily Record, he said: “He will need to stake his claim. He needs to start saying, ‘Look at what I have done’.”


Dundee United are apparently interested in bringing Bilel Mohsni back to the SPFL, according to the Daily Mail. Despite leaving Scottish football under a cloud of mischief, the 30-year old defender was training with the Championship side this week and could sign a deal with the club.


Stephen Robinson has stated that Motherwell right back, Richard Tait, deserves serious consideration for the Scotland national team, claiming that the defender is second only to Daniel Candeias in the Premiership assist charts.


Alan Archibald has admitted that he and his side are beginning to feel the pressure, after allowing results to slip out of their hands in recent games against Dundee and Hamilton.


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Erik Sviatchenko believes Scott Brown will be crucial to Celtic’s chances of winning on Sunday. Stellar analysis.

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