CROCKED Celtic skipper Paul McStay, forced to quit at the end of the season, is going back to school. The 32-year-old former internationalist will be aiming for his SFA coaching badges when he sits his exams at Largs.

Once Paul has the necessary certificates he will join brother Willie on the backroom staff at Parkhead, taking care of the reserves and the youngsters.

Another former Celtic captain, Danny McGrain, also has agreed to become part of the Parkhead coaching revolution. And ex-Aberdeen man Eric Black, forced out of the game with a back injury, is being lined up to become the club's Head of Youth Development.

He will quit his post as coach at the SFA to take over the new role this week.

q HAMILTON Accies have appointed Miodrag Krivokapic as a player-coach. The first division club beat off a challenge from Queen of the South to land the former Raith Rovers, Motherwell, and Dundee United defender.

The 37-year-old Yugoslav star, freed by Raith last season, is

likely to make his debut against Morton on Saturday.