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Celtic at crossroads after Lennon departure

Neil Lennon has endured so many setbacks, so many furores, so many humiliations at the helm of Celtic this season, only to continue in his post, that it almost felt a surprise when the end of his second stint as manager was announced on Wednesday morning. Lennon has paid the price for a shockingly poor […]

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Glasgow who? Our guide to Scottish football media

When most people think of Scottish Football, they think of two Glaswegian teams in particular. Unfortunately for Partick Thistle fans, that means Celtic and Rangers. The Old Firm dominate the discussion around the Scottish game for a reason, but it is not a good one. As is too often in modern football, money is what […]

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Hibernian 0-3 Rangers: Ten-man Hibs put to the sword by dominant Rangers

A lacklustre Hibernian side conceded three and had a man sent off as they were decisively beaten by title-chasing Rangers. Early goals from Ryan Kent and Joe Aribo put the away side in control at Easter Road, before Jermain Defoe’s second half strike made it safe. A bad evening for the home team became even […]

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Hibernian 2-2 Kilmarnock: late equaliser halts Hibs momentum

Hibs missed the chance to win a fourth straight game as Kilmarnock grabbed a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser at Easter Road. New manager Jack Ross has seemingly rejuvenated a squad that looked devoid of creativity or drive under previous boss Paul Heckingbottom, but his inspiration wasn’t enough for Hibs to claim victory in a game which […]

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Hibs 1-2 Hearts: Hearts come from behind to win crucial Edinburgh derby

In a game which they had to win, for guaranteeing tribal pride as much as gaining three key points, Hibernian fell short. Short in effort, short in quality – save for Stevie Mallan’s fantastic opener – and woefully short in ideas. They lost to a Hearts side which had also been under close scrutiny before […]

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Hibs 1-0 St Mirren: Allan winner sees Hibs over the line on opening day

A late winner from Scott Allan saw a frustrated crowd eventually succumb to celebration at a sunny Easter Road on Saturday afternoon. The ninety minutes will not live long in the memory for the 16,631 in attendance, however all that mattered to Paul Heckingbottom’s side was that their league campaign began with three points. The […]

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Caixinha charged with taking Rangers back to the top

On 11 March, Rangers appointed their 16th manager in their now 145-year history, in the form of the relatively unknown Pedro Caixinha. The 46-year-old Portuguese manager arrived in Glasgow to be announced as manager prior to last Sunday’s Old Firm game against Celtic at Celtic Park. It had been rumoured that Caixinha would take the […]