Football Talk: Trio want Rangers job, O'Neill for Scotland
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Rangers' last update on their managerial vacancy said they were expecting further applications this week and no fewer than three candidates have declared an interest in succeeding Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox.
Former player Henning Berg has reportedly submitted his application for the job, while Gus Poyet and Tim Sherwood have said they would be keen to speak to the Ibrox hierarchy if a call was made.
The Scottish FA's hunt for a manager of their own has stepped up a gear after they approached their counterparts in Northern Ireland for permission to speak to Michael O'Neill.
The former Brechin City and Shamrock Rovers boss is said to be keen to have discussions over a switch to Hampden.
While the rest of us are counting down the hours to the weekend, Hearts are in a race against time to get Tynecastle ready for the visit of Partick Thistle on Sunday.
A safety certificate is yet to be issued and it could be Saturday before they get the green light.
And the BBC's Price of Football survey findings have been released. The cost of going to a game is prohibitive for many.