TL;DR news for Tuesday, April 17

TL;DR news for Tuesday, April 17

By TheTwoPointOne

Good morning and welcome to another edition of TL;DR news. Each and every morning we here at TheTwoPointOne run through all of the top headlines throughout Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. You’re welcome.

 

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 You need to know this

 

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Rangers will today sack veteran striker Kenny Miller. As if that wasn’t shocking enough it looks like Lee Wallace has played his last game for the club. The Ibrox skipper has been suspended after a furious Hampden bust-up with manager Graeme Murty on Sunday.

 

Hibs have warned Celtic fans they have no chance of landing home end tickets for Saturday’s potential title party at Easter Road this weekend.

 

Striker Leigh Griffiths insists Rangers are back to square one in their quest to find a way of beating Celtic following Sunday’s 4-0 Scottish Cup hammering at Hampden.

 

 You might want to know this

 

Aberdeen legend Willie Miller reckons manager Derek McInnes has to sign players he trusts this summer.

 

Motherwell defender Cedric Kipre says Celtic games have caused him pain but that he’s ready for Motherwell glory in the Scottish Cup final. The Fir Park stopper has been sent off twice against the champions this season.

 

Alfredo Morelos must be sick of the sight of me, says Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon. He denied the Rangers striker once again with a wonderful save at Hampden.

 

Long-term absentees Brandon Barker and David Gray are in contention to return to the Hibs squad for Saturday’s lunchtime showdown with Celtic.

 

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright insists departing striker Steven MacLean deserves to join the ranks of the Perth club’s legends. The 35-year-old will join Hearts over the summer. You know what? This would be the perfect time to read Stuart Cosgrove’s article: The Cult of Steven MacLean. You’re welcome.

 

You don’t need to worry about this

 

If you ask me, it’s high time Dave King had some major questions asked of him, says former striker Kris Boyd, now at Kilmarnock. Nobody asked you, Kris.

 


 

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