Southampton reignite interest in Wanyama, Bobby Williamson back in club management and Danny Wilson made Hearts captain.
Victor Wanyama’s move to Southampton back on
The Kenyan’s £12m switch to the Premiership is still on the cards, according to Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
The Parkhead boss says Southampton have made fresh enquiries about Wanyama after talks broke down over the player’s wages. (Sunday Mail)
• Celtic manager Neil Lennon says that Beram Kayal can step into the hole in his midfield that would be created if Victor Wanyama leaves
Bobby Williamson appointed manager of Kenyan side
Former Hibs and Kilmarnock manager Bobby Williamson has been appointed manager of Kenyan side Gor Mahia. The Kenyan side have a 60,000 capacity stadium and have been league champions 12 times since their formation in 1968. (Various)
SEE ALSO: Bobby Williamson on his time with Uganda
Danny Wilson appointed Hearts captain
The 21-year-old Scotland cap has urged his fellow team mates to pull together after being appointed captain of the administration-hit side.
Hearts will start the season with a 15 point penalty next season and will be reliant on a 20-man squad largely made up of youth players. (Scotland on Sunday)
• Hearts administrator Trevor Birch says the SFA should follow the example of the English Premier League, pointing to Portsmouth as an example. Pompey were given special dispensation to sell players outside the transfer window. (Scotland on Sunday)
Crowd trouble at Hibs v Notts Forest match
Hibernian’s tour of Southern Europe ended in a sour note when supporters clashed half way through the first half. A make-shift metal barrier separating the two sides was broken down with riot police called in to separate supporters.
Celtic suffer second pre-season defeat
Neil Lennon’s side went down 2 - 1 to CFR Cluj of Romania having previously lost 1 - 0 to Sevastopol. They face Northern Irish side Cliftonville in a Champions League qualifier in 10 days but will take on German side Gruether Furth in another friendly before. (Scotland on Sunday)
• The Parkhead side’s Champions League opponents Cliftonville however lost to Welsh champions TNS in Belfast.
Dunfermline fans group hopeful over CVA
Pars United say they do not expect Dunfermline owner Gavin Masterton to prevent them taking the club out of administration. The group are set to submit an offer to creditors with Masterton the owner of the majority of the club’s £8.5m debt. (BBC)
Kilmarnock players must up game to avoid drop
New Killie manager Allan Johnston has warned his players that they cannot carry on as they did at the end of last season or they will be relegated. The Rugby Park club racked up their worst set of results for 32 years last season which led to the dismissal of Kenny Shiels.
• Rangers defender Emilson Cribari could be let go by the Ibrox club if his agent is able to find him another club