TL;DR news for Friday, March 23

TL;DR news for Friday, March 23

By TheTwoPointOne

Good morning and welcome to TL;DR news. Every single morning we go through all the top stories in Scottish football rank them in order of importance. Just for you. You’re welcome. 

 

I’m free to read. But have you considered subscribing? It’ll cost you just 14p a day. Your subscription will genuinely help us do more exciting content and help grow our community.

 

 You need to know this

 

Louis Moult is back on Rangers’ radar. The former Motherwell forward is struggling to make an impact at Preston and has made only three starts since January.

 

Alex McLeish has assured Hearts captain Christophe Berra that his Scotland career is far from finished. Berra was left out of the squad to face Costa Rica and Hungary.

 

Hearts owner Ann Budge says she would want Craig Levein to return as director of football if he failed as boss

 

Tom Rogic has yet to give Celtic a decision on his future with the club. The Hoops want to keep the Aussie midfielder who enters the final year of his deal in the summer.

 

 

 

 You might want to know this

 

Alex McLeish says ex-Celtic star Charlie Mulgrew was the standout candidate to captain Scotland against Costa Rica. The Scotland boss has still to make a decision on who will permanently succeed Scott Brown.

 

Hearts supremo Ann Budge says Ian Cathro’s lack of communication skills played a huge part in his downfall at Hearts.

 

FC Sion are ready to talk to Hearts about extending midfielder Joaquim Adao’s stay at Tynecastle.

 

Scotland boss Alex McLeish says even James McFadden can see himself in Rangers hitman Jason Cummings.

 

Charlie Mulgrew has revealed he could have played for the USA instead of Scotland.

 

Jamie McDonald hopes that building Kilmarnock is all the challenge that Steve Clarke needs.

 

Ex-Scotland boss Craig Brown insists Costa Rica’s World Cup win at Italia 1990 has haunted the national team ever since.

 

You don’t need to worry about this

 

Barry Ferguson doesn’t expect Graeme Murty to be Rangers boss next season.


Leave a Reply