Every morning we run through the top headlines throughout the world of Scottish football and…
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.
The Scottish PFA awards took place on Sunday night. St Mirren’s Jack Ross won manager of the year, while Celtic clinched another double with captain Scott Brown winning player of the year and Kieran Tierney winning young player of the year.
Rangers refused to allow Graeme Murty to speak to the media after Sunday’s 5-0 defeat to Celtic, despite SPFL rules stating that a representative from the club must speak after Premiership games. The Rangers Twitter account hasn’t tweeted anything since the final whistle of Sunday’s game.
Jim Duffy has left his position at Greenock Morton. In a statement, the club confirmed that the decision had been one of “mutual consent” following recent results.
The Daily Mail (print edition) are reporting that Steven Gerrard’s appointment at Rangers will now take place at the end of the week. This comes after the Daily Mirror stating that the deal would be concluded on Sunday afternoon, while the Scottish Sun and Daily Record stated that the announcement was imminent throughout the weekend.
Brendan Rodgers has stated that he’s “hopeful” of making Odsonne Edouard’s current loan deal at Celtic permanent and believes there’s a “very good chance” of doing so.
The Edinburgh Evening News are reporting that St Johnstone are hoping to snap up Hearts goalkeeper Jack Hamilton this summer. The young shot-stopper has been demoted to the bench at Tynecastle this season and may leave the club in search of game time.
Florian Kamberi believes Aberdeen and Rangers are under more pressure than his own Hibs side to finish second.
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