CELTIC newcomer Saidy Janko intends to satisfy his hunger for trophies and European football now he has clinched a move to Glasgow.
FORMER Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been described as the 'perfect fit' to take over at Leicester.
GLASGOW CITY have formally started their recruitment drive for a new manager 24 hours after Eddie Wolecki-Black's departure.
England Women's coach Mark Sampson has hailed Laura Bassett as an inspiration after her stoppage-time own goal condemned the Lionesses to a heartbreaking World Cup semi-final defeat to Japan.
Kilmarnock have confirmed the signing of former Rangers left-back Steven Smith.
ST JOHNSTONE midfielder Murray Davidson suffered a suspected cruciate ligament injury as they went down to a 1-0 defeat to Armenian side Alashkert in their opening Europa League qualifier.
NEW Partick Thistle signing David Amoo has revealed how a former team-mate in the Liverpool Under-21 set-up sold him on a switch to Scottish football.
ABERDEEN conceded a late equaliser in Skopje after an alarming second half display and in the end could easily have lost to Shkendija.
ABERDEEN manager Derek McInnes has backed midfielder Kenny McLean to come good this season.
THE father of a Scotland age group goalkeeper says he fears his son could be put out of senior football next season because of Club Academy Scotland rules.
AN MSP is to meet Scotland's Minister for Sport, Jamie Hepburn, to discuss alleged abuses in Club Academy Scotland.
DUNDEE UNITED have given German keeper Luis Zwick a professional contract after he played for free to win himself a deal.
PARTICK THISTLE manager Alan Archibald has landed his third summer signing after capturing former Liverpool winger David Amoo.
DUNDEE have struck a compensation deal with Queen of the South to avoid being taken to a SFPL tribunal over defender Kevin Holt's transfer.
DAVE KING, the Rangers chairman, has praised the "phenomenal" response from supporters this summer after more than 21,000 renewed their season tickets ahead of the deadline this week.
SAIDY JANKO could have stayed one more year at Old Trafford, picked up what presumably was a decent wage and trained with some of the best around with no real pressure put upon him.