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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.
Steven Gerrard is the leading candidate for the Rangers job. The Daily Mail are reporting that the former Liverpool captain hopes to bring Gary McAllister in as his assistant manager. The Daily Record believe that Rangers have only gone for Gerrard after being snubbed by Steve Clarke. The Scottish Sun are reporting that the Liverpool youth coach sanctioned the signings of Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield.
Wes Foderingham has denied rumours linking him with a move away from Ibrox. Asked directly by a punter on Twitter if he would be leaving the club the Rangers keeper responded “I’m not.”
The Daily Record are reporting that Tom Rogic could sign a new deal at Celtic after the club rejected an offer for the midfielder. Rogic’s contract currently expires in 2019.
Due to the Peruvian FF charging as much as £88 for their home clash with Scotland, the Scottish FA are planning on compensating fans that attend the match with a free ticket to the autumn clash with Belgium.
Hibs won the SFA Youth Cup on Thursday night, beating Aberdeen 3-1 at Hampden Park.
Derek McInnes believes Aberdeen need to win three of their next four games to claim second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Kris Boyd has stated that his goals at Rangers were taken for granted and he only seems to get credit when he scores for Kilmarnock. “It just became the norm that I would get 20-odd goals every season when you were at Rangers.”
The SPFL have confirmed that the fixtures for next season will be published on Friday, June 15.
John Hartson thinks Celtic will reach 10 in a row if Brendan Rodgers stays.