TL;DR news for Wednesday, April 4

TL;DR news for Wednesday, April 4

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TL;DR news is the perfect way to keep on top of all the headlines circulating around Scottish football each and every day. 


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Hibernian boss Neil Lennon has confirmed that the club have a clause in Florian Kamberi’s contract to buy him permanently this summer.


Rangers captain Lee Wallace has suffered yet another injury setback and could be out even longer for the Ibrox side.


The 100 Club – a Cowdenbeath supporters group – have donated £10,000 in a bid to help their club raise £135, 000 to make up for lost revenue in recent years.


The Scottish Sun have reported that Rosenborg offered £1.8 million for Dundee defender Steven Caulker.  The deal would have been a club record.


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Derek McInnes has stated that he’s getting bothered by the constant speculation linking him with jobs – the most recent one being West Brom. An odd comment considering the Aberdeen coach almost agreed to join the last two clubs he was linked with.


Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has revealed that he’s been playing with a mystery hip injury for years and hasn’t been fully fit for quite some time. The goalscorer now hopes to have found a permanent solution to his recurring injury and to finally get to full fitness.


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Glen Kamara believes a point against Hearts now puts his Dundee side in a perfect mindset to take more points off Celtic and Rangers before the split.


Stephen Robinson has blamed Motherwell’s spot in the bottom six on injuries to his squad.


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