Tuesday brought more Covid-19 news within Scottish football as Hamilton Academical and Annan Athletic confirmed positive cases for the virus. It is the latest within the SPFL, following on from the weekend where Accies were without Lee Hodson and St Mirren without three goalkeepers.
With games set to come thick and fast when we enter October with the return of the lower leagues and start of the Betfred Cup, there is every likelihood of more disruption.
Click and scroll through for all the latest from around the SPFL in Wednesday’s gossip column. Be sure to check back in at the same time tomorrow.
1. Lennon quiet over targets but confirms left-back desire
Neil Lennon has confirmed Celtic are in the market for a left-back. The departure of Boli Bolingoli has opened up a space in the Parkhead sqaud. Lennon, however, would not be drawn on names with links to Charlton's Alfie Doughty and Ben Davies of Preston. (Various)
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2. Hibs game should have been off
Jim Goodwin remains adamant the Hibs game should have been postponed. The St Mirren boss feels the size of the club and lack of noise that was made compared to if Celtic or Rangers were in the situation meant the game went ahead. (Various)
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3. Surprise Rangers exit
Rangers' popular communications chief Alice Hedworth has confirmed her surprise departure from Rangers after six years. In a post on Twitter she confirmed she has been made redundant.
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4. Hearts eye Popescu
Hearts have made a move to sign centre-back Mihai Popescu. The Dinamo Bucharest defender is no stranger to Scottish football having spent time on loan at St Mirren. The 27-year-old is available and is not in the plans of Dinamo boss Cosmin Contra. (Evening News)
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