It’s the morning after the night before and the dust has settled on six SPFL Premiership encounters played this week.
So it’s back to transfer business for many – and Rangers have already made a second move of the month this morning – while some clubs are also preparing for weekend games as well as the conclusion to the transfer window.
Will there be more movement at Ibrox? Will Neil Lennon be able to recruit the defensive re-enforcements he is coveting? Will Hearts or Hibs do more business – with Leigh Griffiths touted for a dream Easter Road return by one ex-Hibee? And what of Aberdeen and Scott Wright’s scenario?
There is plenty to mull over as well as inevitable reaction to some of the controversial incidents across last night’s games on what is already shaping up as another busy day in Scottish football.
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Last updated: Thursday, 28 January, 2021, 18:17
- January 28, 2021
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