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New Celtic manager Ronny Deila was originally lined up to be Roy Keane's assistant in Glasgow, had the Irishman become Neil Lennon's successor. Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

Scotsman Paul Lambert will name Keane, 42, as his Aston Villa assistant coach later this week. Keane is currently on tour in the USA with the Republic of Ireland as manager Martin O'Neill's assistant man, but pulled out of his ITV pundit duties at the World Cup.Full story: Daily Star Sundayexternal-link

Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey
Could Adam Larsen Kwarasey be on his way to Celtic?

Deila is planning to sign Ghana international goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey from manager Deila's former club Stromgodset. Full story: Sunday Express (print edition)

Celtic forward Tony Watt has revealed Deil tried to sign him for Stromgodset. Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Meanwhile, Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has urged highly-rated Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk to remain with the club for another season. Full story: Mail on Sundayexternal-link

Former Hibernian midfielder Paul Kane intends to take his campaign to remove chairman Rod Petrie to the club's majority shareholder, Tom Farmer. Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

David Beckham wants former Manchester United manager and Scot David Moyes to manage the Major League Soccer franchise he is establishing in Miami. Former United and England midfielder Beckham is believed to have floated the idea to Moyes via a third party.Full story: The Sunday Times (subscription required)external-link

Kenny Miller, who has joined Rangers for a third time, says he would have signed for the Ibrox club when they were in the Third Division in 2012, had they made him an offer. Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link


Andy Murray hopes to gain quick revenge over Rafael Nadal by beating him at Wimbledon next month after the Spaniard defeated the Scot in the French Open semi-finals. Full story: The Heraldexternal-link

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