Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
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.
Craig Levein insists Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers’ refusal to blood young talent is more damaging to Scottish football than the length of the grass at Tynecastle could ever be after criticism of Hearts’ pitch.
Brendan Rodgers has dismissed Rangers chairman Dave King’s claim that Celtic’s dependence on Champions League football makes their financial model resemble a “pack of cards.”
Defender Michael Smith believes Hearts are the best team in Edinburgh despite trailing Hibs by 20 points going into tonight’s derby. However, Hibees manager Neil Lennon says the gap between Hearts and Hibs in the Premiership is “a chasm”.
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell is locked in talks with Paris St-Germain to strike a deal for loan striker Odsonne Edouard.
Celtic captain Scott Brown thinks Craig Levein’s “banter is getting better as he gets older.” The Hoops skipper also shrugged off Sunday’s late challenge from Steven Naismith.
Rangers star Ross McCrorie dedicates last night’s equalising goal against Aberdeen to his seriously ill gran. His goal sets up a blockbuster finish for second spot in the Premiership.
Stand-in Rangers manager Jimmy Nicholl criticised referee Steven McLean for awarding Aberdeen a penalty in last night’s match. The resulting goal almost wrecked Rangers’ bid for second place. However, Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says it was “definitely a penalty” as he targets at least a point away to Celtic on the final weekend of the season.
Peterborough United boss Steve Evans says a Scottish club is interested in forward Jack Marriot. The striker has scored 33 goals for the English League One side this season.