Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
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.
Celtic look set to shatter their transfer record with a £9million deal for Odsonne Edouard.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will take his side to Parkhead to face Celtic in only the fourth game of the Premiership season. Talk about a baptism of fire.
Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller is torn between becoming a player-manager — or sticking to just playing for now. The veteran forward is apparently wanted by Livingston for the dual role, while Hibs, Motherwell and Aberdeen are keen on securing his services as a frontman.
The Scottish Sun are reporting that Dundee United are planning an ambitious move for out-of-favour Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney.
Rangers have renamed their Auchenhowie training base as the Hummel Training Centre.
The Times (print edition) is saying that new St Mirren manager Alan Stubbs has revealed that his predecessor, Jack Ross, has been helping him choose which players will be dropped from the club’s Championship-winning squad before their Premiership campaign.
Terry Butcher has been confirmed as the new manager of the Philippines national side. The former Motherwell, Inverness and Hibs boss insists he’s not there for a holiday.
Steven Gerrard admitted he had to urgently sort out the Rangers defence. The Liverpool legend insists latest signing Connor Goldson is a leader who can shore up the rearguard.
And Don Cowie is urging Hearts to reunite strikers Kyle Lafferty and Steven Naismith before the new season starts. The midfielder is also preparing himself for a gruelling pre-season under Craig Levein – 12 months after Ian Cathro’s inadequate preparations left unfit Hearts on course for calamity.
No nonsense today… so far.