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The discussion surrounding Scottish Premiership post-split fixtures could go on until Friday! A date for Celtic vs Rangers is at the centre of talks which have reached a deadlock. Police are keen to avoid a potential title decider.
Hibs midfielder Dylan McGeouch is eyeing a bumper deal south of the border when his current contract expires. It means Aberdeen would most likely be priced out of a move for the former Celtic star.
Former Rangers stopper Frank de Boer has shot to the front of the betting odds to become the next manager at Ibrox.
Brendan Rodgers believes it will be next season before January signings Marvin Compper and Charly Musonda start to make an impact.
Celtic have the psychological advantage over Rangers ahead of their Scottish Cup semi-final clash after last month’s comeback derby win at Ibrox. That’s according to Celtic skipper Scott Brown.
Rangers have lodged an appeal against Alfredo Morelos’ booking for diving against Dundee on Saturday.
Former Aberdeen favourite Scott Booth insists manager Derek McInnes must win the Scottish Cup to be considered a great.
St Johnstone midfielder Chris Millar will be given a testimonial at the end of this month after 10 years with the Perth club.
Willo Flood insists there’s no gulf between Dundee United and St Mirren. That’s despite the Tannadice side trailing the Championship leaders by 21 points.
Ex-Rangers midfielder Stuart McCall says an Old Firm title-deciding match is too risky for the SPFL to arrange.