Football: Graeme Souness ruled himself out of the running for the Scotland job today and threw his backing behind former Spurs coach Joe Jordan instead.
The Scottish FA have begun the search for a new national team boss after the sacking of Craig Levein.
Souness was shortlisted for the position when Levein's predecessor George Burley was appointed. But he has no interest in the job this time around, saying: "No, it's not for me. I'm older, not necessarily wiser, but I'm certainly older and I just feel it's not for me at this time."
Souness said: "I think your man is Joe Jordan. He would be my choice if I was making the decision.
"He would be perfect. He fits the bill. He's knowledgeable, he has worked at the highest level, played at the highest level and is extremely passionate."
He said bookies' choice Gordon Strachan was "another real genuine candidate."