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Derek McInnes will be among the candidates for the vacant manager’s position at his former club West Bromwich Albion. The Aberdeen boss is one of the leading contenders to take over in the summer from Darren Moore who was named as caretaker.
Andrew Davies will only serve a mandatory two-match suspension for his red card against Celtic on Saturday. The Ross County captain will not face an excessive misconduct charge from the Scottish FA for his tackle on Scott Brown.
Motherwell gaffer Stephen Robinson says Scotland needs full-time referees to drive up the standard of officiating. His side feels aggrieved about a penalty awarded to Rangers on Saturday and the sending off of Cedric Kipre against Celtic.
Neil Lennon has called for stiffer penalties for those who deliberately attempt to hurt an opponent. The Hibs head coach is claiming recklessness and ill-discipline is putting players at risk of serious injury.
Tom Rogic should wait until playing for his country at this summer’s World Cup before deciding his Celtic future, that’s according to former Australia captain Paul Wade. The Celtic star has rejected an initial offer of a new contract and Wade thinks his number of suitors will increase if he waits until after the finals.
Martin O’Neill has revealed that current Celtic skipper Scott Brown was on his signing radar in 2005 before the Republic of Ireland manager ended his reign at the Parkhead club.
Stuart McCall says Graeme Murty will be unable to read the riot act on this players due to the uncertainty over whether he’ll remain as Rangers boss beyond the summer.