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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL: Clarke says Rangers links ‘nonsense’ | Henderson wants McLeish to come to Bari | Roberts ready for run-in

Scottish Football
Published on 28/03/2018
Steve Clarke described links with Rangers as “nonsense”.

Liam Henderson wants Alex McLeish to watch him at Bari as Patrick Roberts declares himself ready for run-in.

All that and more from Scottish football.

Steve Clarke laughs off Rangers talk and insists he’s focused on Kilmarnock

Steve Clarke has insisted he's happy at Kilmarnock and won't get caught up in the “nonsense” linking him with a move away. 

Liam Henderson urges Alex McLeish to watch him play for Bari

Liam Henderson has spoken of his international aspirations and urged Alex McLeish to come and watch him play for Bari.

Roberts tells Brendan Rodgers he’s ready to boost Celtic during final run in

Patrick Roberts has told Brendan Rodgers he's ready to help fire Celtic to a double Treble after returning from injury. 

Hearts’ Prince Buaben facing spell on sidelines after U-20s injury

Prince Buaben is facing several weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a hamstring injury while playing for Hearts' development team in Tuesday's Edinburgh derby.

Hibs boss has fingers crossed over fitness of key midfielders

Neil Lennon is hopeful that Hibs midfielders Dylan McGeouch and Marvin Bartley will be available to face Partick Thistle on Saturday.

Junior football clubs back move to join SFA pyramid system

Junior clubs have backed moves to join the Scottish Football Association's pyramid system, with around two thirds in favour of proposals put forward by the Scottish Junior Football Association.

Bjorklund: McInnes decided Aberdeen were in better state than Rangers

Joachim Bjorklund admits he was surprised that Derek McInnes turned down the chance to become Rangers manager last year and is worried that his former Ibrox team-mate may not be asked again. 

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