Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Motherwell, Hibs, Dundee Utd

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Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Motherwell, Hibs, Dundee Utd

Post  TinyHandsOfConcrete on Tue Jul 12, 2016 6:12 pm

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers vows to treat tonight's part-time opponents Lincoln Red Imps in the same way he would Barcelona or Real Madrid. (Various) izzit oan the telly?

Celtic skipper Scott Brown is relishing the prospect of a more attacking role, joking that he is now "playing like a left-winger" after years in a central holding position. (Various)

Having revealed that he will sign a new contract extension this week, Rangers manager Mark Warburton hopes to add two new players to his squad in the coming days. (Sky Sports) thumbs up

Manager Gordon Strachan insists Scotland should not be classed as underdogs for the forthcoming World Cup qualifying campaign, with England and Slovakia among the group opponents. (Daily Record) really? lol!

Hearts winger Billy King is expected to join Inverness CT on loan for next season, after a loan spell at Rangers last term. (Herald)

Brondby, Hibs' Europa League qualifying opponents, arrived in Edinburgh without South African midfielder Lebogang Phiri due to visa problems, while Paraguayan striker Joe Ariel Nunes has stayed at home for personal reasons. (Sun) that's a tough start to the season

Otso Virtanen, who has played 120 seconds of competitive first team football for Hibs, is in line to start against Brondby at Easter Road on Thursday, with Mark Oxley close to joining Southend. (Various)

Motherwell will not risk striker Louis Moult again until a persistent groin problem has been resolved. (Various)

Rangers striker Kenny Miller cautions team-mates Martyn Waghorn and James Tavernier there is no guarantee they will find greater fulfilment away from Ibrox after the pair turned down new contract offers. (Various)

Dundee United were not fit enough to stave of relegation last season, says striker Simon Murray, who is enjoying the new training regime under new boss Ray McKinnon. (Sun)

St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean is determined to surpass the 15 goals he netted last season. (Sun)
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Re: Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Motherwell, Hibs, Dundee Utd

Post  therrawbuzzin on Tue Jul 12, 2016 6:41 pm

"Dundee United were not fit enough to stave of relegation last season, says striker Simon Murray, who is enjoying the new training regime under new boss Ray McKinnon. (Sun)"

That's crap.
Poor technical ability meant the loss of at least 50 goals, (every side misses chances, but DU's conversion rate was dire, and the 50 goals I estimate should have been scored is probably approx. 25% of the chances created).
I have to admit that, after Rangers and Hibs (Hibs came second only because of the amount of time spent playing Rangers), the side I saw most of last season was DU. champagne champagne w*nker w*nker
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