Football Talk: Celtic's ticket boost, Jack on Gers radar
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It's the cup final Charlie Button could not trade his golden ticket for and it seems the ticket allocation for this season's Scottish Cup final has taken another twist.
After selling out their initial allocation of around 20,000 tickets, Aberdeen have decided against taking an extra 1000 tickets, meaning the cup final is likely to have an equal split between fans.
Staying with Aberdeen and it seems captain Ryan Jack has once more turned the head of Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha.
The 25-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and Ibrox could be a likely destination for Jack next season.
Staying with the transfer rumours and it seems Neil Lennon may be sticking with what he knows, as Hibs have held talks with former Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson.
And some good news for Celtic fans, Scott Brown is celebrating ten years at Celtic today and the skipper says he would be more than happy playing for the club - until he is 40.