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Ally McCoist to remain in charge of Rangers for Livingston clash
Ally McCoist will remain in charge of Rangers for Saturday's match at home to Livingston. It's been a whirlwind week at Ibrox, but the club have confirmed that the Gers legend will still be in the dugout for the Scottish Championship clash. However, what happens after the weekend is still clouded in mystery, although speculation is brewing that...Read Post
Rafa Benitez on the brink of the sack at Napoli
According to reports Rafa Benitez is extremely close to losing his job at Serie A side Napoli. The Naples club have carved out just one win in their last six matches in all competitions, while they disappointed in their last outing at AC Milan: a 2-0 defeat. The result left them down in 7th, and 12 points adrift of league leaders Juventus, leaving...Read Post
Steve Clarke returns to the dugout with Reading
Reading have appointed Steve Clarke as their new manager at the Madjeski Stadium, less than 24 hours after Nigel Adkins was shown his marching orders. Clarke makes his eagerly anticipated return to the management arena, having been out in the wilderness for a year since suffering the sack at West Brom. The 51-year-old will be instantly tasked with...Read Post
Managerial changes at Livingston and Dunfermline Athletic
Rangers have dominated the headlines in Scotland during the last few days, however the spotlight has briefly switched after the Scottish second and third tiers witnessed two managerial departures this morning (Tuesday). First off, news broke that Jim Jefferies had departed League One outfit Dunfermline Athletic, which was swiftly followed by an...Read Post