Alan Stubbs believes Celtic are already assured of the cinch Premiership title and can now start thinking realistically about a domestic treble. The Parkhead side moved six points clear of defending champions Rangers at the top of the table, with a vastly superior goal difference and just six games to play, after defeating their city rivals 2-1 at Ibrox on Sunday.
The Sun claims plans discussed in the wake of the failed Super League breakaway include the possibility of asking the Old Firm to join a new British set-up. It comes after Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham were forced to abandon a bid to form a new closed-shop competition with six other top European clubs.
Former Celtic defender Alan Stubbs says Eddie Howe "jumps out" as the best candidate for the manager's job at Parkhead. Howe is highly sought-after following his impressive stint with Bournemouth, who he led from League Two to the Premier League. He stepped down as manager last August following their relegation to the Championship.
Celtic will need to sign up to 15 players in "one of the biggest summers" they have ever had, says Alan Stubbs. Neil Lennon resigned on Wednesday with the club 18 points behind Rangers and their hopes of winning a historic 10th consecutive title all but over. Stubbs won five...