Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Tavernier, Van Bronckhorst, Makaay, Hibs, Doidge


Scottish gossip

Rangers captain James Tavernier expects new manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s arrival to be “a seamless transition”. (Sun)external-link

Former Ibrox coach Jan Wouters says Rangers’ strikers will benefit from having former Netherlands forward Roy Makaay as part of Van Bronckhorst’s backroom staff. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Former Rangers manager Graeme Murty, who was latterly involved with the club’s academy, has left the club after five years. (Sun)external-link

Derek McInnes rates Rangers coach David McCallum but says “preparing a team for a semi-final is something different”, with McCallum among the coaching team who have led the squad going into Sunday’s League Cup meeting with Hibernian. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Head coach Jack Ross believes having striker Christian Doidge available again against Rangers can alter the “dynamic” of the semi-final. (Scotsman – subscription required)external-link

Ross is confident Hibs can banish their nearly men tag against Rangers on Sunday. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass wants more protection for players after Funso Ojo was sent off following an altercation with a spectator in Saturday’s defeat by Dundee United. (Press and Journal – subscription required)external-link

Dundee United head coach Thomas Courts hopes Jeando Fuchs makes a quick recovery from the injury he sustained against Aberdeen but the midfielder could miss Saturday’s trop to face Ross County. (Courier – subscription required)external-link

Czech Republic defender Jakub Brabec says his international team-mates want to be paired with Scotland in Friday’s World Cup play-off semi-final draw. (Sun)external-link

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