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Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes says Hibernian have made the perfect managerial appointment in Alan Stubbs. (Scottish Sun)

New Hibs boss Stubbs is expected to name former Everton coach Andy Holden as his number two at Easter Road. (Sunday Mail)

Stubbs has revealed he applied for the Everton job when Moyes quit the club last summer, but narrowly missed out as Roberto Martinez was named manager. (Scottish Sun)

Hibs chief executive Leeann Dempster insists under-fire chairman Rod Petrie had no say in the appointment of Stubbs. (Sunday Express)

Former Hibs boss Terry Butcher is understood to be in line for the vacant New Zealand job.New Zealand Heraldexternal-link

Celtic manager Ronny Deila will this week decide on the future of striker Tony Watt, with Belgian side Standard Liege ready to make a bid for the player. (Sunday Mail)

New Rangers signing Kris Boyd has rubbished suggestions he and manager Ally McCoist fell out during his first stint at the Ibrox club. (Scottish Sun)

Former Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty is on the brink of leaving Italian side Palermo to sign a deal with Norwich City. (Sunday Mail)


Andy Murray is disappointed there is no tennis at the Commonwealth Games, with the Scot revealing he would have loved to compete in front of a Glasgow crowd. (Sunday Mail)external-link

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