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Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has played down speculation linking him with a move to Rangers in the summer. He insists he’s happy at Rugby Park.
Some good news for Rangers fans, Ross McCrorie has returned to first-team training. The youngster has been sidelined since January after picking up an injury during the Ibrox side’s trip to Florida.
Derek McInnes says a positive end to the season will help him replace the players leaving Pittodrie with quality. The Aberdeen manager says he has his summer recruitment plans in place.
Former Celtic star Liam Henderson wants Scotland boss Alex McLeish to come and watch him playing in Italy. The midfielder scored his first goal for Bari last month and has made an impressive start to life in Serie B.
And McLeish believes his Scotland team will take huge confidence from Tuesday night’s 1-0 friendly victory over Hungary in Budapest.
West Brom striker Matt Phillips was “absolutely buzzing” after netting his first Scotland goal and has set his sights on establishing himself in McLeish’s side during the summer trip to face Mexico and Peru.
Kilmarnock goalkeeper coach Billy Thomson is convinced Clarke should be named manager of the year after turning around the fortunes of the Ayrshire club.
Christian Gamboa has hired a personal trainer from Spain. The Celtic defender is attempting to get into the best possible shape for the summer World Cup in Russia given his limited playing time at Parkhead.
Former Partick Thistle manager Jackie McNamara has left his role as chief executive of York City after a boardroom shake-up.
Former Rangers star Peter Lovenkrands believes the Govan club are closing the gap on rivals Celtic. However, he insists the Ibrox side need to win some silverware to prove it.