Edinburgh secured a home European Challenge Cup quarter-final after an enthralling see-saw victory over Stade Francais at Murrayfield. The capital side led 12-6 at half-time via four Sam Hidalgo-Clyne penalties. Jules Plisson's third penalty and tries from Sekou Macalou and Waisea Vuidarvuwalu - either side of Hamish Watson's score - put Stade 26-19 up. But Jaco van der Walt's try and penalty regained the lead, Craig Burden replied before Junior Rasolea's late try.
In cataloguing the Scottish FA's pursuit of Michael O'Neill, it's probably worth reminding ourselves why they made the Northern Ireland manager their number one choice in the first place. There's Northern Ireland's rise in Fifa world rankings from 129th early in his reign to their current position of 24th. There's the fact that Northern Ireland began Euro 2016 qualifying as fifth seed in their pool and ended up winning their group.
Northern Ireland manager and Scotland target Michael O'Neill wants his future resolved by the end of January. The Scottish FA has yet to hold direct talks with O'Neill, two months on from the departure of Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager. The governing body is continuing to pursue O'Neill, with a source saying they are proceeding "pretty well". The 48-year-old has also been offered a four-year extension to the two years left on his contract with the Irish FA.
@simonrug@JLyall93 Financial necessity is one thing. Dressing it up as a tribute to Doddie Weir is another. Unless they’re planning to donate a serious amount of money to MND charity then this is highly questionable
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