TL;DR for Thursday, February 8

TL;DR for Thursday, February 8

By TheTwoPointOne

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The Scottish FA is set to appoint a new national team manager before a new chief executive. The hunt for the former is the current priority at Hampden.

 

The Scottish Sun reports that the Scottish FA are at risk of missing out on their second choice national team manager as they are stalling on arranging face-to-face discussions with Walter Smith.

 

Edusport Academy launched a scheme on Wednesday which will allow fans the chance to buy a £25 annual membership in the club. They hope that the scheme will help them become a Scottish Premiership club by 2025.

 

Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and Whatower have been told to hand over files in the £2.8 million legal battle with liquidators BDO.

 

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New Celtic signing Jack Hendry says he turned down offers from the Premier League to sign for the Hoops.

 

Tom Rogic, Stuart Armstrong and Patrick Roberts could all be fit for Celtic’s Europa League clash against Zenit St Petersburg next week. Jozo Simunovic and Marvin Compper are also close to returning.

 

Next month’s Edinburgh derby is already close to being a sell-out.

 

Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo says Aberdeen have only finished second in the Scottish Premiership for the past two seasons due to a lack of competition, calling the Dons “lucky.”

 

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Gordon Dalziel says defeat to Ayr in the Scottish Cup could cost Graeme Murty the Rangers job long term.

 


 

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