TL;DR News for Tuesday, June 5

TL;DR News for Tuesday, June 5

By TheTwoPointOne

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.

 

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John Hartson has confirmed that he is interested in the Livingston job and has applied for the manager’s position. The former Celtic striker told the Herald that he already knows the Livi players and has gained the necessary coaching badges.

 

Brendan Rodgers may have to negotiate the first Champions League qualifiers without four first team players, depending on how well their respective nations get on at the World Cup.

 

The Scottish Daily Mail  think that ex-Real Madrid maestro Guti is in the frame to replace Jack Ross at St Mirren. The paper are reporting that talks over the vacant manager’s position will begin later this week.

 

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Andy Goram thinks that Steven Gerrard should come out of retirement and play in midfield for Rangers despite having retired in 2016, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

 

Edinburgh Evening News are reporting that although Neil Lennon would like to re-sign Brandon Barker, interest from English Championship clubs could make any deal difficult to pull off.

 

And Lennon says that Hibs should be aiming to reach the group stages of the Europa League, citing the recent qualification of Irish teams as proof that smaller clubs can make it.

 

Derek McInnes has revealed that he believes Aberdeen require a larger playing budget if they’re to pick up 80 points a season, according to the Press & Journal. 

 

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The Daily Record are reporting that Gareth Southgate is tipping Steven Gerrard as a possible future England manager. The same Steven Gerrard who’s yet to manage a professional game.

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