TL;DR news for Friday, March 30

TL;DR news for Friday, March 30

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Sir Alex Ferguson has urged the Scottish FA to stay at Hampden. The former Manchester United manager believes there is far too much history attached to the stadium.

 

Ferguson also believes his former club, Queen’s Park, wouldn’t survive without the Scottish FA’s support at Hampden.

 

After rejecting a £1.5 million bid from Nottingham Forrest in January and impressive performances for Scotland, Neil Lennon believes John McGinn is worth at least £5 million.

 

Dundee manager Neil McCann has been handed a two-game ban after his bust up on the sidelines in a recent match against St Johnstone.

 

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Brendan Rodgers has stated that Scott Sinclair is happy at the club and has no intentions of selling the forward this summer.

 

However, Hull City are apparently interested in Ryan Christie and could test Celtic’s resolve in the coming off season.

 

Hearts are reportedly interested in Queen of the South striker Lyndon Dykes this summer.

 

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Barry Ferguson believes Rangers need to make a decision about Graeme Murty’s position soon.

 


 

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