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Little chance of late entrants to Scotland squad – gossip



Scotland assistant coach John Carver would “be very surprised” if any of the English-born players at Newcastle or Leeds’ Archie Gray, all of whom have been linked with playing for the Scots, end up in the Euro 2024 squad. (Sun)external-link

Meanwhile, Carver admits time is running out for those facing fitness issues at club level and still hoping to make the finals. (Scotsman – subscription required)external-link

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Ryan Porteous believes “a lot of people could go under with the stuff I kind of dealt with”, the Scotland and Watford defender referring to criticism he received earlier in his career. (Record)external-link

Scotland Under-21 forward Tommy Conway aims to go to the Euro 2024 finals, whether he is playing with the senior team or watching as a supporter. (Sun)external-link

Rangers are willing to accept £15m for goalkeeper Jack Butland, 31, with interest growing in the Premier League. (Football Insider)external-link

Gheorghe Hagi, whose son Ianis is on loan at Alaves from Rangers, expects to see the younger Hagi “at his best” at Ibrox next season. (Record)external-link

Dundee manager Tony Docherty is facing the biggest list of injuries of his short time as manager. (Courier – subscription required)external-link

Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie feared Crohn’s Disease would prevent him having such a successful professional career. (Record)external-link

St Johnstone midfielder Sven Sprangler could be out for six weeks. (Courier – subscription required)external-link

Interim manager Don Cowie hopes to create an environment for loan players to thrive at Ross County. (Press and Journal – subscription required)external-link

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