Paper Talk: Delia woe|Efe dash|Kerr makes history

Celtic boss Ronny Deila
Celtic boss Ronny Deila
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Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...

•Celtic manager Ronny Deila said he felt like he had killed someone on the night it looked like his team’s Champions League dream had been dashed by Legia Warsaw (various)

•Celtic defender Efe Ambrose makes mad dash to Maribor after his club initially left him behind thinking he was suspended (various)

•Stirling University have appointed Shelley Kerr the first female manager in the history of senior Scottish football (various)

•Ex-Hibs midfielder Tom Taiwo scored a double as ten-man Falkirk knocked Dunfermline out of the Petrofac Training Cup (various)

•Luis Suarez says insists his misdemeanours are in the past as he vows to clean up his act at Barcelona (various)

•SFA president Campbell Ogilvie hopes the success of the Commonwealth Games will boost Glasgow’s chances of being a host city for Euro 2020 (various)

•Kenny Shiels, the head of the Forth Valley football academy, believes former pupil Scott Arfield’s goal for Burnley against Chelsea this week can inspire children on his Stirling-based programme (various)

•Petr Cech angry at being displaced as Chelsea’s No.1 goalkeeper (Daily Mirror)