TL;DR for Tuesday, February 6

TL;DR for Tuesday, February 6

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR news is where to come when you want all of the Scottish football news and transfer rumours broken down in order of importance. Kind of like a back page, I suppose.


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Anthony Stokes is being tracked by both Bolton Wanderers and Panathinaikos after his release from Hibernian at the end of last month.


The Scottish Sun reports that Stuart Armstrong will be back for Celtic’s Europa League round of 32 first leg against Zenit St Petersburg. The midfielder underwent hernia surgery over the winter break.


By many accounts, the Scottish FA are set to approach Walter Smith to become the new manager of the national team.


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Motherwell COO Alan Burrows has tipped Leeann Dempster to be the next Scottish FA chief executive, citing the jobs she has done at Hibernian and Fir Park.


Owen Coyle deliberately didn’t tell Davis Keillor-Dunn that he’d suffered a broken nose during Ross County’s win over Dundee. “I was told at half-time that he had a suspected broken nose which I told the physio and doctor not to tell him in case it put him off his game,” he said.


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Stewart Robertson says Rangers proved that they are not skint by not selling Alfredo Morelos in the January window.



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