Paper talk: Garry O’Connor Selkirk move began as ‘joke’ | Celtic woe

Garry O'Connor, far right, was at Morton before his move to Selkirk. Pic: Robert Perry
Garry O'Connor, far right, was at Morton before his move to Selkirk. Pic: Robert Perry
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Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...

• Selkirk manager Steve Forrest says his idea of signing former Hibs striker Garry O’Connor began as a joke before it came to fruition (Sun).

• Stevie May is a doubt for St Johnstone’s Europa League clash with Spartak Trnava tonight (various).

• Celtic manager Ronny Deila admits that he has made the worst possible start as manager after the Scottish champions were thumped 4-1 by Legia Warsaw in the first leg of the Champions League third round qualifier last night (various).

• Dundee manager Paul Hartley has revealed he’ll continue to look at players from the continent as he tries to push Dundee towards European qualification (Sun).

• Derek McInnes has vowed to make Aberdeen regular visitors to the European stage ahead of their crunch Europa League qualifier with Real Sociedad tonight (various).

• Former Hibs trialist Cillian Sheridan scored for APOEL as the Cypriot side drew 2-2 with HJK Helsinki in a Champions League qualifier (Daily Record).

• Ex-Hibs winger Danny Galbraith is on trial at Bradford (Daily Record).

• Hull manager Steve Bruce reckons he’s signed one of British football’s leading lights in Andy Robertson - although the former Dundee United man isn’t guaranteed a start (Daily Express)

• Ross County face competition to sign Parma left-back Uros Celcer (Daily Express).

• Everton are set to complete the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for £28million (various).