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Rangers have agreed to switch their home Uefa Cup tie against their Israeli opponents, Beitar Jerusalem, to Thursday 1 October to avoid a clash with the Yom Kippur festival and with Celtic's home fixture in the same competition two days beforehand.

The Doncaster Rovers player-manager, Ian Snodin, has recruited his brother Glyn from Scarborough to join his coaching team.

The former New Zealand striker Wynton Rufer has been voted Oceania's player of the century in a poll of the region's soccer writers and experts. Rufer played for New Zealand in the 1982 World Cup finals in Spain and won a domestic title with Werder Bremen, as well as spells in Switzerland and Japan.