Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. This is TL;DR news.
Numerous media outlets are reporting that Alan Stubbs will be appointed the new St Mirren boss. However, the Scottish Sun are reporting that the former Hibs manager has asked for time to consider the offer. The Herald believe Stubbs leads a four-man shortlist of Gary Caldwell, Oran Kearney and Jim McIntyre.
Rangers have completed the loan signing of Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria.
Dundee United chairman, Mike Martin, has announced a new club policy of requiring first team players to live within 25 miles of the football club.
Motherwell have signed Hartlepool defender Liam Donnelly on a two-year deal.
Livingston had hoped to hire Henrik Larsson as their new manager but have failed to convince the former Celtic striker to join the club, according to the Daily Record.
Scotland now sit 42nd in the FIFA world rankings after defeats to Peru and Mexico.
The Daily Record are reporting that the SPFL are excited by Amazon’s decision to move in to the British sports TV rights market and would welcome any move by the internet company to bid for Scottish football.
New Rangers coach Michael Beale counts new and old Celtic legends Brendan Rodgers and Kenny Dalglish among his list of major influences.