JIM McGUINNESS, the sports psychology guru who has graduated from working with Celtic's development squad to a role with the first team, was again the toast of Gaelic football yesterday after masterminding victory against intimidating odds.
"We are all sharing the pain."
Steve Parish, the Crystal Palace co-chairman, put his faith in a "safe pair of hands" after appointing Neil Warnock as manager but admitted that Malky Mackay had been his first choice.
Ronny Deila admitted Celtic "are not good enough" after his side crashed out of the Champions League for the second time this season.
Maribor have bounced a traumatised Celtic out of the Champions League in their play-off tie in Glasgow. And some will tell you this is poetic justice in football.