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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL: Bain wants permanent Celtic deal | Hearts target QOTS’ Dykes | Sir Alex Ferguson warns about Hampden history

Scottish Football
Published on 30/03/2018
Scott Bain wants a permanent Celtic deal.

Hearts have set their sights on Queen of the South forward while Sir Alex Ferguson has warned about losing Hampden's history.

All that and more from Scottish football.

Scott Bain wants permanent deal with Celtic

Scott Bain would love to extend his time at Celtic beyond the end of the season.

Hearts step up interest in improving Doonhamer Lyndon Dykes

Hearts have stepped up their interest in Queen of the South's Australian attacker Lyndon Dykes, with the Tynecastle club keen to talk to the Doonhamers about bringing on board for next season.

Sir Alex Ferguson warns SFA they’ll lose history by quitting Hampden

Sir Alex Ferguson walked into Hampden as a teenager and set about forging the most successful career of any Scot in football history.

Tommy Wright says St Johnstone need to appoint a Head of Recruitment

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright says club need to appoint a Head of Recruitment to help bring in new players.

McInnes urges Aberdeen fans to help boost summer transfer fund

Derek McInnes has urged Aberdeen fans to help boost his summer transfer fund. 

Hibs boss tells £5m John McGinn to only leave if he’ll be first pick

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has told Scotland midfielder John McGinn he shouldn't be leaving Easter Road for any club where he isn't guaranteed first-team football. 

Neil McCann and Zander Clark given two-game bans for touchline clash

Dundee manager Neil McCann and St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark have both been handed two-match bans following their touchline clash. 

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