TL;DR for Thursday, February 15

TL;DR for Thursday, February 15

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James Tavernier has signed a new  three-and-a-half year deal with Rangers, intended on keeping the in-form right back at the club until 2021.


Brendan Rodgers has stated that due to the changes in financial situations at both Celtic and the European football, reaching another European final would be much harder than what Martin O’Neill achieved in Seville.


Nir Bitton has been ruled out for the remainder of the season and could leave the club in the summer, according to the Scottish Sun.


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Ian Ferguson has revealed to the Daily Record that he had to force through a move to Rangers in 1988, even though St Mirren wanted to sell him to Manchester United.


John Hughes has bizarrely used an interview with BBC Scotland to directly apply for the job of Scotland national team manager. Most coaches simply notify their agents or fire over a CV, John…


Former Swansea manager, Gary Monk, was in Glasgow this week catching up with his former mentor and taking in a few days of training at Celtic.


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Ross County face Hearts on Saturday – which means a reunion for the Souttar brothers. “It will be good, but my focus is 100% on getting the three points,” said Harry, predictably.


Pat Boner likes that Kieran Tierney seems to be enjoying himself at Celtic.


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