TL;DR for Monday, April 9

TL;DR for Monday, April 9

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As ever, fixture confusion and frustration at the SPFL reigns over all proceedings in Scottish football, with Brendan Rodgers questioning why the league body are shying away from allowing Celtic to play Rangers for the title decider.


The Celtic coach said:


“In any other country in the world, they would look to play the game and showcase your football on telly – whether it was Real Madrid v Barcelona, Manchester United v Manchester City or AC Milan v Inter. They’d be falling over themselves to get it on the telly.”


Of course, both Glasgow sides are already scheduled to meet next week in the Scottish Cup semifinals. Where Andy Halliday believes a number of Rangers players will be playing for their future at the club, according to the Daily Record.


Christophe Berra has won Hearts’ players’ player of the year award and the fans’ players of the year award.


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Don Cowie believes his 31-year-old team mate, Steve Naismith, deserves a re-call to the Scotland national team after his recent performances for Hearts.


On-loan striker Odsonne Eduoard could opt for Portugal rather than staying on at Celtic this summer, after his parent club PSG agreed a new partnership with Portuguese side Vitoria de Guimaraes. Reports in Portugal suggest that the striker has already been promised to the Premeira Liga side.


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