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Aberdeen’s hopes of appointing Thelin fade – gossip

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Jimmy Thelin is reportedly out of the running for the Aberdeen job

Aberdeen’s hopes of appointing Elfsborg coach Jimmy Thelin as Pittodrie manager are fading. (Sun)external-link

Aberdeen have moved closer to appointing a new boss, having whittled down their shortlist. (Record)external-link

Reo Hatate played 45 minutes in Celtic’s bounce game with St Mirren as he continued his recovery from a double calf injury. (Sun)external-link

Hearts defender Craig Halkett is to have an exploratory knee operation. (Record)external-link

Peter Haring, who has had surgery on his knee, has not yet opened contract talks with Hearts with the midfielder’s current deal expiring in the summer. (Edinburgh Evening News – subscription required)external-link

Manager Craig Levein says St Johnstone duo Max Kucheriavyi and Connor Smith have learned their lesson after taking a “huff” last month. (Courier – subscription required)external-link

Partick Thistle youngster Ceiran Loney is training with Brighton, who have been watching the 16-year-old for several months. (Record)external-link

Former Dundee and Queen of the South player Jordan Marshall is plotting a triumphant return to Scotland with The New Saints when they take on Airdrieonians in the SPFL Trust Cup final on Sunday. (Herald – subscription required)external-link

Leeds United are set to offer possible future Scotland midfielder Archie Gray, 18, an improved contract in the summer amid interest from top-six Premier League clubs. (Football Insider)external-link

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