Football Talk: Moyes for Scotland, McKenna’s Dons deal

first_imgElsewhere, it’s Brendan Rodgers’ refusal to park the bus that dominates the back pages.The Celtic manager is steadfast in his refusal to adopt a defensive mindset in Europe, insisting the Parkhead club have the wrong man in charge if they want someone to park the bus.Everton were at the centre of controversy on Thursday evening after a melee involving both sets of players spilled onto the touchline and saw a fan holding a young child appear to hit a Lyon player.Meanwhile, Arsenal midfielder Mezut Ozil has apparently began packing his bags, telling teammates he’s destined for Manchester United next summer. The “Moyes for Scotland” bandwagon is gathering pace, with former captain Graeme Souness saying he is the man for the job.He has described the former Manchester United manager and bookies’ favourite as the “ideal candidate” for the role. In Aberdeen, where Scotland play the Netherlands next month, centre-back McKenna has agreed a new four-year deal with the Dons.The 20-year-old is now tied down in the north east until at least the summer of 2021.last_img read more