Scottish Gossip: Scotland, Rangers, Morelos, Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibs, Brora Rangers

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Scotland head coach Steve Clarke has defended captain Andrew Robertson from criticism of his recent performances and insisted the left-back is harshly treated by fans and pundits. (Sun)external-link

Celtic knocked back a loan offer from Inter Milan for Odsonne Edouard last summer, and Roma are among the clubs interested in signing the French striker at the end of this season. (GiveMeSport)external-link

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos, named Premiership player of the month for March, is determined to add the Scottish Cup to this season's title win. (Four Four Two)external-link

Scotland and Arsenal full-back Kieran Tierney has paid tribute to his former Celtic skipper Scott Brown, saying the incoming Aberdeen player-coach will become a "top manager because he is a winner". (Sky Sports)external-link

The Old Firm should be invited join Ligue 1 to benefit the French and Scottish game, claims a leading sports economist. (Scotsman)external-link

Paul Dalglish, a former team-mate and coaching rival of Stephen Glass, has backed the new Aberdeen manager to bring an exciting brand of attacking football to Pittodrie and develop the club's young talent. (Daily Record)external-link

Hibs are putting together an "attractive" offer aimed at keeping Australia midfielder Jackson Irvine, who arrived in January on a deal until the end of the season. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Brora Rangers manager Steven Mackay says his side were the obvious choice to be crowned Highland League champions, despite having played just three games, so that the pyramid play-offs can take place. (Press & Journal)external-link


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