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Celtic boss Ronny Delia and majority of first-team squad missed the game

Southampton have broken their record for the second time this summer, to bring in Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo for a reported £15m
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Davie White: Rangers boss who struggled to match Jock Stein’s Celtic

At unfashionable Clyde, White had accrued renown as one of the  new breed of tracksuit bosses

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Christian Benteke 'is just getting better' warns Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert

The Villains take on Arsenal this weekend

Internazionale's youth-team coach, Andrea Stramaccioni, is thrown into the air by his players after they won the NextGen Series final by beating Ajax at Leyton Orient's Brisbane Road. Stramaccioni is now first-team manager

NextGen series cancelled amid funding shortage

Youth football tournament will not take place this season

Chris Coleman remonstrates on the touchline with Gareth Bale as Wales take on Scotland

Transfer news: Tottenham winger Gareth Bale would adapt well to life at Real Madrid says Wales manager Chris Coleman

The 24-year-old's national boss, who spent time managing in Spain, has admitted his belief that Bale would fit in should he complete a move to the La Liga club

Colin McAdam: Fearless striker for Rangers

Colin McAdam’s aggressive, barrelling style and long, shaggy hair led to his being branded “The Beast” by followers of Rangers, with whom the 6ft 1in, 13st Glaswegian achieved the highest profile in a Scottish League career spanning nearly 20 years.

Darius Henderson celebrates his last minute winner against Blackburn

Blackburn 0 Nottingham Forest 1 match report: Last gasp winner from Darius Henderson gives Forest rare back-to-back victories

Only the second time Forest have won at Ewood Park in 36 years

Brendan Rodgers and Luis Suarez

Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers opens door to Luis Suarez Liverpool return - but insists he must learn from his mistakes first

Reds' boss wants Suarez back with the squad once he has fallen back in line and insists Liverpool aren't fighting a losing battle in their attempt to keep him

Arsenal drawn against Turkish side Fenerbahce in Champions League play-off

Gunners are looking to reach their 15th consecutive appearance in the group stages while Celtic will face Shakhter Karagandy

Chris Coleman remonstrates on the touchline with Gareth Bale as Wales take on Scotland

Transfer news: Wales boss Chris Coleman believes Gareth Bale is yet to reach his best ahead of potential Real Madrid move

Coleman has named Bale in the Wales squad to face the Republic of Ireland next week and insists he is 'only going to get better' regardless of if he stays in the Premier League

Luis Suarez takes part in an open training session

Transfer news: Luis Suarez reluctant to acknowledge Liverpool fans during open training session

The striker is keen on a move away from Anfield

Sir Anthony Bamford has donated £5m to the Conservative party

'Money is polluting Parliament' as line-up of new peers includes major business donors to major parties

New peers could cost the taxpayer about £1.2m, plus travel and other expenses, leaving PM with awkward questions over promise to cut cost of politics

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Gary Hooper targeting goals to force England World Cup call-up after Norwich move

Striker acknowledges that he must find the back of the net if he is to be considered for Roy Hodgson's squad next summer

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Transfer news: Norwich confirm signing of striker Gary Hooper on a three-year-deal

Hooper joins the Canaries from Celtic for an undisclosed fee and becomes their seventh signing of the summer so far

Luis Suarez meets fans after the match between Melbourne Victory and Liverpool in Australia

Luis Suarez transfer news: 'Why would you swap Liverpool to go to Arsenal?' - Brendan Rodgers tells striker that leaving Anfield would be a mistake

Liverpool boss wants Suarez to commit to the Reds after his latest attempt to try and fend off Arsenal in their pursuit of the striker

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