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Giovanni van Bronckhorst makes Ruud van Nistelrooy manager admission as Rangers gear up for PSV showdown
THE feeling that Giovanni van Bronckhorst had about Ruud van Nistelrooy was one that many shared about him, one that matched his own way of thinking, during his illustrious career for club and country.
Graeme Souness has refused to apologise for calling football “a man’s game” as he gave his views on Tottenham’s Premier League draw at Chelsea on Sunday.
GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST admits Rangers must set their sights on the Champions League every season as he seeks to end their eleven year wait for a group stage appearance.
ABERDEEN have confirmed that the vice president of Soccer Operations and Strategy with Atlanta United will join the club's board, following the resignation of Darren Eales due to his move to Newcastle United.
Former Celtic striker 'on transfer radar' of Borussia Dortmund and Juventus as contract expiry looms
The 25-year-old will certainly not be short of options but it could mean no sell-on fee for Celtic
The 49-year-old is now at English Premier League side Leicester City