TL;DR news for Friday, March 16

TL;DR news for Friday, March 16

By TheTwoPointOne

There are plenty of places on the internet that round-up the Scottish football news, but none of them rank it in order of importance quite like TL;DR news. Enjoy!

 

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The Scottish Sun is reporting that Malky Mackay believes ex-SFA Chief Executive Stewart Regan regrets publicly ruling him out of the running for the Scotland manager’s job.

 

Moussa Dembele’s return to form has put Marseille on red alert who are planning a summer move for the Celtic striker.

 

The Scottish FA have been accused of letting down referees after handing Hibs coach Neil Lennon a three-match touchline ban. Former whistler Charlie Richmond says the Northern Irishman’s punishment doesn’t go far enough.

 

Goalkeeper Scott Bain is wanted by Bristol City and Birmingham City as well as Hibernian and Hearts. He is currently on loan at Celtic from Dundee.

 

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Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald says the Jags’ managing director, Ian Maxwell, is the “ideal candidate” to replace Stewart Regan as Scottish FA chief executive.

 

Kristoffer Ajer can increase his chances of representing Norway by extending his stay with Celtic. That’s according to Norway head coach Lars Lagerback.

 

Dylan McGeouch has revealed a physiotherapist recommended by Aston Villa player and fellow Scot Robert Snodgrass has helped keep him fit for Hibs this season.

 

Craig Levein expects it to be even more difficult to keep Jon McLaughlin at Hearts after the goalkeeper was called up to the Scotland squad for the first time.

 

Hibs striker Florian Kamberi will be available to play in this evening’s meeting with St Johnstone, despite his grandfather’s passing.

 

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England manager Gareth Southgate has wished Scott McTominay well. It comes after the Manchester United midfielder made the decision to play for Scotland over England.

 


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