TL;DR news for Wednesday, April 18

TL;DR news for Wednesday, April 18

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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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace were suspended in a meeting lasting just two minutes. Apparently, managing director Stewart Robertson refused to explain the specific reasons behind the disciplinary action.

 

Veteran striker Miller’s Rangers career is over and skipper Wallace is “highly unlikely” to play for the Ibrox club again after an abusive tirade at manager Graeme Murty.

 

MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps are keen on a £1million summer move for Motherwell stopper Cedric Kipre, who has just signed a new deal at Fir Park.

 

Hearts will make moves to keep four of their five loanees for next season – Joaquim Adao, Demetri Mitchell, David Milinkovic and Steven Naismith. However, Connor Randall is set to return to Liverpool.

 

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“I’m not thinking about anyone other than Celtic,” says 20-year-old Scotland defender Kieran Tierney, shrugging off attention from big clubs in England.

 

It’s expected that Rangers will announce a new kit deal in the coming weeks – and fans reckon it could be Hummel.

 

Steven MacLean has vowed to help Hearts to a top-four finish next season. The Tynecastle club are preparing to unveil striker Uche Ikpeazu as their second new signing in just 24 hours.

 

Scott Bain wants to sign a long-term deal with Celtic. This is despite the on-loan goalkeeper being tracked by Stoke City. And Bain insists he will always owe a debt of gratitude to Hibs boss Neil Lennon. The latter allowed him to join Celtic just 30 days after going to Easter Road on loan from Dundee.

 

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John Hartson says “shocking” Rangers looked like they were playing in a testimonial rather than a Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.

 

Ex-Ibrox forward Gordon Dalziel brands Rangers winger Daniel Candeias a disgrace for storming down the tunnel after being subbed against Celtic at Hampden on Sunday.