TL;DR for Tuesday, September 4

TL;DR for Tuesday, September 4

By TheTwoPointOne

Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. This is TL;DR news.

 

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Alan Stubbs has left St Mirren after just three months in charge at the Saints. A number of names are being bandied about as his replacement including Alloa’s Jim Goodwin, former boss Gus MacPherson and Jim McIntyre.

 

One of Scotland’s wealthiest businessmen, Lord Willie Haughey, has offered to put up the cash to maintain Hampden as the national stadium.

 

Rangers’ Ryan Jack has called for Old Firm referee Willie Collum to be demoted by his SFA bosses.

 

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Scotland coaching staff are hoping new national team captain Andy Robertson will wear the armband for the next decade or more.

 

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez says Scotland can follow their blueprint to success. He says they need to use the advantages of being a small nation to have everyone pulling in the same direction.

 

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon believes Dedryck Boyata has won over the support again with his Old Firm display.

 

Morton are set to miss out on David Hopkin for a second time after Bradford moved to make him their boss.

 

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We’re light on the nonsense front today!

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