TL;DR news for Friday, April 13

TL;DR news for Friday, April 13

By TheTwoPointOne

Every morning we run through the top headlines throughout the world of Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. It’s called TL;DR news. 

 

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 You need to know this

 

David Bates has agreed to join Hamburg in the summer after Rangers refused to match his wage demands, according to the Daily Record.

 

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster has hit back at criticism from both Hearts and Kilmarnock about the split fixture list, stating that it was the best they could come up with and that the format was here to stay.

 

The Scottish Sun are reporting that former Ajax manager Marcel Kaizer wants the Rangers job.

 

Douglas Park – one of the three bears – has been appointed deputy chairman at Rangers, according to the Scotsman.

 

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Jorg Albertz believes Bates’ move to Germany could be the making of him. Just as it was for Paul Lambert.

 

Brendan Rodgers has remained adamant that his side will complete a second treble and won’t cave under the pressure. ‘The history is not weighing on us. We just have to do our job,” said the Celtic boss.

 

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Simon Donnelly doesn’t think any Rangers players would make it in to the Celtic team.

 

Charlie Nicholas thinks Odsonne Edouard and Moussa Dembele should start over Leigh Griffiths on Sunday.

 

Stuart McCall reckons Jamie Murphy could cause Celtic problems.


 

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