TL;DR news for Thursday, March 22

TL;DR news for Thursday, March 22

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The Daily Record are reporting that Livingston have been reported to the SFA’s Young Players’ Well Being Panel after apparently telling 16-year-old talent, Rory Hamilton, that he would lose his place in the team if he played for his school or county side. As well as a number of other administrative offences.

 

Motherwell defender, Cedric Kipre, has earned a call up to the Ivory Coast international team.

 

Dedryck Boyata has yet to sign a contract extension at Celtic and has admitted that he’s in no rush to do so, despite now entering the final year of his deal at Parkhead.

 

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Robbie Neilson would like to return to Hearts one day as manager but not until he has reached a higher level in the game, so he “can really push the place on.”

 

Brendan Rodgers has remained rather non-committal on the prospect of signing Odsonne Edouard on a permanent deal in the summer. Despite headline suggesting otherwise, the Celtic boss stated: “In time we’ll see. He’s a fantastic player and we’ll see between now and the end of the season.”

 

Paul McGowan has signed  a one-year extension to his deal at Dundee.

 

Lee McCulloch has applauded Steve Clarke for his work at Kilmarnock and takes pride in the young players he brought through now flourishing at Rugby Park. He said: “It’s very satisfying for me. A lot of people would go the other way, but I still look at having to bring in 12 players and the recruitment was done right.”

 

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Fabian Caballero has suggested that he would love to return to Dundee one day as a coach. The 40-year old is currently a diplomat in Paraguay but stated: “Dundee is like a second home to me. I also look forward to go watch Dundee again.”


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