KEITH LASLEY has admitted that he will face a nerve-shredding summer.
ALLAN MOORE hopes Morton can get the best out of Archie Campbell next season after he penned a new one-year deal at Cappielow.
Stories in today's English papers...
Roberto Martinez blamed inconsistency from his injury-ravaged defence for Wigan's relegation after it was confirmed by defeat at Arsenal last night.
Rafael Benitez believes if Chelsea win the Europa League tonight it will finally be accepted he has done a good job during his short stint at Stamford Bridge.
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini remains the overwhelming favourite to succeed Roberto Mancini as Manchester City boss.
KENNY SHIELS says Kilmarnock will be inspired by late fan Jim Haswell when his side host Hibs tonight.
Pat Fenlon admits he is wrestling with the idea of resting Hibs striker Leigh Griffiths ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Celtic later this month.
Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has indicated he will retire from coaching at the end of the season.
Paul Di Resta has defended under-fire Pirelli in the wake of the criticism of the tyre manufacturer following the Spanish Grand Prix.
SKY have won the right to show all of Scotland's matches at home and away for the Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup qualifying competitions.
Tim Howard believes everything is in place at Goodison for the next Everton manager to continue the good work done by David Moyes.
Tiger Woods has been accused of "lacking character" as his war of words with Sergio Garcia at the Players' Championship shows no signs of abating.
CRAIG SAMSON has admitted he is flattered by Motherwell gaffer Stuart McCall's interest in taking him to Fir Park.
New Rob Roy gaffer Stewart Maxwell has vowed to handle the pressure of having a foot in the camp of two Junior clubs.
SCOTTISH fight legend Jim Watt believes Ricky Burns' proposed world lightweight title unification fight with Miguel Vazquez will prove an easier night than his harrowing third defence against unheralded Puerto Rican Jose Gonzalez.
PETER WRIGHT thinks the departure of John Barclay for Scarlets will seriously undermine Glasgow's PRO12 challenge next term.
MARC McAUSLAND admits the likely loss of St Mirren keeper Craig Samson to Motherwell will be a huge blow to the Paisley club's hopes of building a challenge for a top-six SPL place next term.
Sir Alex Ferguson has challenged Manchester United's Premier League title winners to make it a hat-trick in the next two seasons under David Moyes.
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