Rangers face SFA probe over breach of Covid-19 protocol, ex-Celtic star hailed as true professional, rival boss unfazed by potential Ibrox move for striker - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Ibrox Stadium. Picture: SNS
Ibrox Stadium. Picture: SNS

Rangers face SFA probe

The SFA have demanded an explanation from Rangers amid suspicion that as many as nine players played in a friendly game against Dundee United without clearing Covid-19 protocol. (Daily Record)

Livingston boss not fazed by Rangers interest

Gary Holt insists Livingston aren’t worrying about Rangers swooping for striker Lyndon Dykes on the eve of the season. The Ibrox club are in the market for a forward after Jermain Defoe suffered an injury earlier this week. (Scottish Sun)

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Ex-Celtic star hailed as ‘true professional’

Brighton have hailed ‘true professional and fantastic club servant’ Beram Kayal after the former Celtic midfielder confirmed his exit from the club following the expiration of his contract. (Daily Record)

St Mirren on lockdown

The St Mirren squad was put in lockdown last night as they awaited further Covid-19 tests after it was revealed that seven coaches at the club had returned positive results for coronavirus. (The Scotsman)

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Accies all clear

Hamilton Accies, the last team to play St Mirren, confirmed that all staff have been tested for coronavirus since the friendly with the Buddies and there were no positive results. (Scottish Sun)

Aberdeen agree wage cut

Aberdeen have announced players, management and staff have accepted wage cuts to help save the club £1million. The club revealed they have reduced the funding cap brought on by the coronavirus by £6.2million. (The Scotsman)

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Hearts break barrier

Hearts’ season ticket sales broke the 8,000 barrier yesterday as fans continue buying up seats ahead of the 2020/21 campaign. (Evening News)

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