TL;DR news for Tuesday, March 20

TL;DR news for Tuesday, March 20

By TheTwoPointOne

There are plenty of places on the internet that round-up the Scottish football news, but none of them rank it in order of importance quite like TL;DR news. Enjoy!


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Derek McInnes insists he’s happy at Aberdeen but says he will leave them for a bigger club. He said: “I have got a plan for myself and there are certain clubs I would like to manage and certain countries I would like to manage in.”


Former referee Charlie Richmond claims whistlers don’t care about making bad decisions because the SFA’s cushy old pals’ act has made them untouchable.


Rangers failure Joey Barton has reignited his war of words with Scott Brown by accusing the Celtic skipper of cheating to get Motherwell’s Cedric Kipre sent off.


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Former Rangers player Alex Rae has warned Dave King and the Ibrox board it would be a dereliction of duty if Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke is not on their radar to replace Graeme Murty.


Motherwell want answers from SFA referee supremo John Fleming over Craig Thomson, who has sent off five of their players this season.


Hibs star John McGinn has been hit with a two-match ban after picking up his 12th yellow card of the season.


Scotland number two and Celtic legend Peter Grant has welcomed Alex McLeish’s attempts to prise goalkeeper Angus Gunn from England. He’s offered the keeper, and son of ex-Scots goalie Bryan, the chance to switch nations.


Hearts defender John Souttar isn’t disappointed over his Scotland snub because he believes his time will come.


Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is hoping he can use Alex McLeish’s career as a blueprint for success when it comes to playing for Scotland.


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Kris Boyd has slammed Rangers flop Joey Barton. The Kilmarnock striker says he spent more time playing golf than football in Scotland.


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