The Offside Daily: Ralph Milne dies aged 54, Peterborough boss says social networks got him sacked and Steve Bruce congratulates Iceland on qualifying for Euro 2016

1, Wales boss Chris Coleman is adamant their qualification for Euro 2016 ‘is coming’ despite being held to a goalless draw by Israel in Cardiff.

2, Former Manchester United winger Ralph Milne has passed away aged just 54 following liver problems.

3, Dave Robertson says pressure from fans on social media was ‘one of the main reasons’ he was sacked as Peterborough United manager.

4, Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty says he ‘never imagined’ they would be in a position to qualify for Euro 2016 with games remaining.

5, Iceland qualified for the first international tournament in the country’s history with a 0-0 draw against Kazakhstan.

6, ‘Steve Bruce’ takes to Youtube to congratulate Iceland on their achievement (YouTube).

7, Rene Higuita recreates his Wembley ‘Scorpion Kick’ to mark its 20th anniversary (The Daily Mirror).

8, Reports Arsenal were to sign a 16-year-old for £34m turned out to be an online hoax (The Metro).

9, Vincent Kompany clearly suffering from a touch of ‘competitive dad syndrome’ as he goes in for a crunching tackle on his daughter (The Daily Mirror).

10, Norwegian Liverpool fans christen their daughter YNWA (The Metro).

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