TL;DR for Monday, March 12

TL;DR for Monday, March 12

By TheTwoPointOne

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Three people were removed from a flight at Glasgow Airport last night after an altercation with Celtic star Scott Sinclair.

 

Barry Douglas and Oli McBurnie are both expected to be given their first Scotland call-ups. Alex McLeish is naming his squad for friendlies with Costa Rica and Hungary.

 

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers declared yesterday’s 10-man comeback victory away to Rangers as the best of his Parkhead reign.

 

 

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David Bates is facing a race against time to be fit for the Rangers’ Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic. The defender fractured a bone in his foot during his side’s 3-2 Old Firm defeat.

 

Brendan Rodgers has praised his Celtic players for retaining their humility despite the “noise” coming from Rangers going into yesterday’s Old Firm derby.

 

The SFA’s compliance officer will review footage of Saturday’s full-time confrontation between Neil McCann and St Johnstone substitute keeper Zander Clark. There are claims the Dundee boss struck the St Johnstone player.

 

Hearts midfielder Harry Cochrane looks to be facing four to six weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a hamstring injury in Friday’s derby defeat at Easter Road.

 

Manager Graeme Murty insists Rangers will bounce back in time for their Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.

 

 

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Defender Anthony O’Connor is determined to lead Aberdeen back to the Scottish Cup final this season. The Dons face Kilmarnock in their quarter-final replay on Tuesday.


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