Brendan Rodgers is glad that Graeme Murty is now in charge at Rangers until the summer at least.
“I’m just glad for Graeme that he gets the job or certainly at least until the end of the season.
“It is never easy that and it is never easy for players. said the Celtic boss.
“There is always that bit of, ‘is he going to manage is he not, is it going to be someone else?’
“So at least there is some sort of clarity for him after a long period of time, that he has the responsibility.
“Of course he has the opportunity to get the job in his own right and for that you need to win games and you need to win consistently.”
Hearts manager Craig Levein says it is “a miracle” that the Edinburgh club built a new stand at Tynecastle without running up significant debts.
The £15m new main stand at the ground was boosted by a £4.5m contribution from an anonymous benefactor.
“It’s been a tough year,” said Levein, who made the transition from director of football to the dugout.
“It really is a miracle how we have managed to build a new stand and not got ourselves into real debt.”
Hearts sacked head coach Ian Cathro before the league season kicked off in August, with Levein taking up the managerial reins.