Welcome to TL;DR news. Each and every morning we sift through the top stories in…
Welcome to TL;DR news. Each morning we sift through all the top stories in Scottish football and rank them in order of importance. Just for you.
Scott Brown has confirmed that a sit-down chat with Gordon Strachan in 2007 was what ultimately convinced him to join Celtic over Rangers. The Celtic skipper also said that Tommy Burns used to routinely text him, urging him to join the Parkhead side.
Alex McLeish has stated that he is delighted at the performances shown by Jack Hendry and Scott McKenna and believes they could be a future mainstay of the Scotland national team.
Ryan Giggs has stated that Declan John’s inclusion in the Wales national team is down to his regular playing time and good form at Rangers.
John McGinn is hoping his performance in Budapest was enough to earn himself a regular spot in McLeish’s Scotland squad going forward.
Graeme Murty has two weeks left to save his job, according to Ally McCoist. The former Rangers goalscorer and manager believes the semi-final clash with Celtic will decide the fate of the current Ibrox box.
Simon Donnelly thinks McGinn is the natural successor to Brown and doesn’t know why Celtic haven’t made a bid yet.
Former Arsenal manager, Terry Neil, believes Brendan Rodgers would be an ideal candidate for the Premier League club.