Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, and that is the risk of doing nothing.
Sage words and they have clearly been taken on board by many of today's football bosses.
Phil Brown has decided to take a chance by applying for every job going, meaning his aim of making Partick Thistle the third force of Scottish football may be on hold.
Jimmy Calderwood is like the kid in school who put their hand up to answer to every question, while shouting 'me, me me' just to let you know he's there.
Everyone knows when John Brown is in the building and he's not a happy man. Assistant referee Andrew McWilliam is in his sights for failing to spot Gary Mackay-Steven had ran the ball out of play.
Hibs may be through to the Scottish Cup semi-finals but there was only one real talking point from the clash at Rugby Park.
Home of The Gambler
Brown is all Heart
It was only a matter of time before the former Hull City boss threw his name into the hat (Scottish Sun)
Jimmy Calderwood fears he'll never work in Scottish football again after being overlooked for vacant jobs
The 57-year-old can't get a job in Scotland despite an impressive managerial record that includes Challenge Cup Glory at Ross County (Daily Record).
Leigh’s revenge mission
The Hibs striker says the club’s squad are desperate to atone for last year’s final defeat (Scottish Sun)
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama good enough for switch to European giant, says Juventus star Andrea Pirlo
The Italian playmaker believes the Kenyan youngster has the attributes to make it at one of Europe's elite clubs (Daily Record).
John Brown: 'An official has cost this football club a replay'
The Dundee boss felt his team were robbed by the officials in their derby defeat.
With an inspiring young team, why was Gareth Evans sacked?
Hugh MacDonald takes a look at the reasons behind the First Division side's managerial change (The Herald)
It’s all terrific here
James Dayton is meeting mr chow for a beer tonight #alanfromthehangover— scott mclaughlin (@cheguevara0184) March 3, 2013
Great finish from James Dayton but that beard has to go! #castaway— Keith Downie (@STVkeith) March 3, 2013
James Dayton's aged about 60 years with that beard. #someonebuythatguyarazor— Laura Brannan(@_LauraBrannan) March 3, 2013
Leading the charge
Ronaldo goes beyond the goalscoring heroics to become Real team leader
In inspiring Madrid to victory in el clasico, striker again puts Messi in the shade (The Independent)
André Villas-Boas finds his soul at Spurs and creates a new mood music
Tottenham's manager is a completely different animal from his Chelsea days, only 12 months on from his sacking at Stamford Bridge (The Guardian).
Hanging in the balance
Hearts 1-2 Motherwell: Watch video highlights of the SPL match
Stuart McCall’s men took a giant stride towards securing their place in the top six.
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