TL;DR for Tuesday, February 20

TL;DR for Tuesday, February 20

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The Scottish Daily Mail are reporting that Scotland’s top clubs are in talks over a secret document which proposes a radical revamp of the SFA by 2020/2021. This could mean streamlining (or even sidelining) the governing body with clubs taking control over matters of governance, promotion and sponsorship.


Brendan Rodgers has accused St Johnstone’s players of only turning up for the big games. Saints manager Tommy Wright thinks his players should take it as a compliment.


Alex McLeish looks set to have talks with Manchester United star Scott McTominay over the midfielder’s international future. Jose Mourinho urged the Scotland boss to take advantage over England’s dithering and call-up the Lancashire midfielder.


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Celtic should expect a very different Zenit St Petersburg performance in the second leg clash between the sides. That’s according to Zenit and Argentina defender, Emanuel Mammana.


Rangers boss Graeme Murty says he’s under no obligation or financial pressure to sell striker Alfredo Morelos.


Kilmarnock midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu says the Ayrshire club have their sights set on the top four. Steve Clarke’s side now sit in the top six with two games in hand.


Hibs manager Neil Lennon says Celtic have what it takes to win the Europa League.


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Pedro Caixinha is having a difficult time in Mexico. The former Rangers manager’s own fans chanted for him to be sacked after his Cruz Azul side lost again to make it just one win in eight matches.


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