TL;DR for Monday, February 19

TL;DR for Monday, February 19

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Zenit St Petersburg have claimed a story in the Scottish Sun, stating that Celtic fans could be targeted by gangsters posing as fake police offers, as “fake news.” The Daily Record seem to agree, referring to the paper as “a downmarket English-based tabloid” in their coverage of the remark from Celtic’s next opponents.

 

Graeme Murty has stated that he nor the club are under any financial pressure to sell Alfredo Morelos.

 

Jose Mourinho has urged Alex McLeish to call up young Manchester United midfielder, Scott McTominay, before the English FA snap him up.

 

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Murty has taken an entertaining 5-3 victory over Hamilton in his stride, stating that Rangers shouldn’t limit their hopes at simply finishing second above the rest of the Scottish Premiership sides.

 

Youssouf Mulumbu has told the Scottish Sun that Kilmarnock are now targeting a top four finish in the league.

 

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Tommy Wright has urged his players to play like they did against Celtic each and every week for the remainder of the season. Although drawing 0-0 in each their remaining fixtures may not get them very far.

 


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