TL;DR for Thursday, March 1

TL;DR for Thursday, March 1

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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Rangers knocked back a fifth and final bid of £9.5million from Beijing Renhe for Alfredo Morelos.  The striker will remain at the club as the Chinese transfer window closed last night.

 

Celtic defender Mikael Lustig could still play against Rangers despite facing a one-match ban, but only if their postponed clash with Dundee is rearranged for next week.

 

QPR manager Ian Holloway has deemed Graeme Murty’s talks of Sean Goss moving to Rangers permanently as “out of order.” It comes as a blow as Goss has impressed at Ibrox with Rangers keen to make the deal permanent.

 

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Former Rangers star Stuart McCall says the title race is on… IF Rangers defeat Celtic in the upcoming Old Firm derby.

 

St Johnstone goalkeeper Allan Mannus says referee Steven McLean got the penalty decision against Rangers WRONG. Mannus was judged to foul Alfredo Morelos which allowed to James Tavernier to score from the resulting penalty.

 

Derek McInnes says Scott McKenna should be in Alex McLeish’s Scotland squad to face Costa Rica.

 

Celtic legend Henrik Larsson has admitted he wants to manage in England at the highest level.

 

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Kyle Lafferty was inconsolable after missing a last penalty against Kilmarnock on Tuesday evening. That’s according to his teammate Don Cowie.

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