TL;DR news for Thursday, February 1

TL;DR news for Thursday, February 1

By TheTwoPointOne

Scottish football news broken down in order of importance. It’s as simple as that. 


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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Celtic rejected a late bid for Moussa Dembele on Wednesday night from Crystal Palace, just hours before the transfer window shut.


The Scottish FA’s board are set to meet today to discuss tactics for hiring a new Scotland manager. However, the Glasgow Herald are reporting that Stewart Regan will take a more obtuse approach and state that finding a new coach will take as long as it takes.


Graeme Murty has stated that any deal seeing Alfredo Morelos leave Rangers will have to be okayed by him. And those bids from China? “How real they are, I’m not sure,” stated the Ibrox coach.


A full round-up of all the transfers from the remaining day of the Scottish transfer window can be found in our podcast, which you can get on iTunes here or elsewhere here.


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Simon Murray’s move to Dundee hinged on Hibernian manager Neil Lennon telling him that he would get more game time at Dens Park than he would at Easter Road.


An investigation has begun in to the process of Rangers fans getting in to  Fraserburgh’s stadium on Wednesday night with fake tickets. The Highland club only noticed when they realised their stadium was full and had to begin turning back fans at the gates.


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Alfredo Morelos is confused as to what’s happening with his proposed move to China. That makes two of us, Alfredo.

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