THE chief executive of the Scottish Premier League, Neil Doncaster, has refused to declare himself as a candidate to take over the running of the Scottish Professional Football League.
IT was not long after nine o'clock on a snowy March night when Robert Snodgrass made a decision that was to have a substantial impact on Scotland's hopes of victory and on his emotional well-being.
Everton's hunt for their next manager has been narrowed down to a shortlist of three, Press Association Sport understands.
Bill Kenwright, the Everton chairman, intends to speak to Wigan's Roberto Martinez in the "next 48 hours" over the managerial vacancy at Goodison Park.
Dave Whelan has paved the way for Roberto Martinez to become Everton's new manager after he accepted the Spaniard's request to leave Wigan Athletic.