The end of the transfer window is lurking, like a lion roaming the plains of Essex.
Like the king of the jungle, football clubs are ready to pounce and swoop for their prey in this instance want away players.
Neil Lennon is said to be keen on Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey while Everton have set their sights on Kilmarnock’s Matthew Kennedy.
One man who has gone out to graze is former Rangers defender Sasa Papac, who has ended his career at the age of 32.
Under Charles Darwin’s ‘survival of the fittest’ theory Udinese striker Armero wouldn’t last long.
His attempt while one-on-one with the goalkeeper led to laughter across the continent unless of course you’re a fan of the Zebrette.
Neil Lennon looks set to invest some of his expected Champions League windfall in a move for Motherwell speed merchant Chris Humphrey (Daily Record)
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels has confirmed talks are taking place with Everton regarding a deal for teenage forward Matthew Kennedy.
Pat Fenlon saw his side beaten 2-0 by Second Division Queen of the South
Sasa Papac has decided to end his playing career for health reasons (Fox Soccer).
The League Cup holders were knocked out by Martyn Corrigan's Second Division outfit.
The Arbroath boss hopes to cause another cup shock in the Highlands (Scottish Sun)
Jon Blackwood examines attitudes towards some of Scotland’s lower league sides (Tell Him He’s Pelé)
Having come off the bench against Leicester, poor David just wants the chance to play so ahead of the Capital One Cup tie against MK Dons the Scotland striker is hopeful.
In squad yeh.. Whether I play I will have to wait and see!— david(@goodwillie25) August 28, 2012
However it seems all is not well
Only so much I can take..— david(@goodwillie25) August 29, 2012
Goodwillie comes off the bench to score as Blackburn lose 2-1.
Every1 asked me why I don't start.. I ask myself that aswel..— david(@goodwillie25) August 29, 2012
With two days left of the transfer window all is not lost
As cool as a cucumber. Poor Armero won’t want to see this again.
It was a bad night for Udinese all round as these videos show (Mirror Football)
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