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Gordon Strachan in line for senior Celtic role, according to report

Former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan is being lined up for a senior role in the club, according to The Scottish Sun. The 64-year-old is currently Director of Football at Dundee FC but the report states that the club’s major shareholder Dermot Desmond is keen on bringing Strachan back to the club.
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Euro 2021 round table, Glenn Hoddle, Gordon Strachan and Mark Hughes: 'Pressure is all on England'

As the England, Scotland and Wales squads begin their final preparations for the European Championships, a trio of former managers of the three countries gathered together to assess their nation’s chances. Glenn Hoddle was England manager from 1996 to 1999, Mark Hughes was in charge of Wales between 1999 and 2004, while Gordon Strachan managed Scotland from 2013 to 2017. As a brains trust the one assembled in front of the Telegraph Sport at Betfair’s headquarters in west London would be hard to beat. And the first question put to the threesome was what they were most looking forward to over the coming weeks.

Gordon Strachan, DoF Rumour, Celtic’s ‘Dream Team’ – Postecoglou, Maloney (tbc), Kennedy and two Strachans

We told you earlier in the week that both John Kennedy and Gavin Strachan would be the men opening up Lennoxtown for pre-season training in a few short weeks from now. Information that Celtic’s Board were talking to Shaun Maloney about a role at the club after he’s finished his summer commitments at the Euros alongside Roberto Martinez for Belgium at the Euros was almost certainly leaked to Daily Record by those making still the decisions at our club. It was unclear from that particular leak whether Maloney would be coming in as DoF or perhaps as Assistant Manager to Postecoglou, maybe the two have met, we don’t know.

Aiden McGeady speaks about feud between Gordon Strachan and Thomas Gravesen at Celtic

Aiden McGeady has offered some insight into his time with Celtic and the feud between manager Gordon Strachan and Danish midfielder Thomas Gravesen. Gravesen joined Celtic from Real Madrid in the summer of 2006. The Dane had been a surprise transfer for Real, joining them from Everton in January 2005. He cost Celtic £2m the following year and was a signing sanctioned by Strachan.