Wright rewarded

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St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright revealed he almost denied Danny Swanson his farewell appearance but was rewarded for his change of heart as the Hibernian-bound midfielder set up the only goal against Hearts. Wright was set to rest the former Hearts m …

Inverness to help Horner

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Inverness manager Richie Foran vowed to help Lewis Horner following his betting charge and urged any other gambling “addicts” in the game to come forward and seek assistance. Former Hibernian and East Stirlingshire player Horner has been charged by the …

Hibs contracts

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Hibernian have confirmed the renewals of five player contracts as they prepare for their return to the Ladbrokes Premiership next season. Captain David Gray, Darren McGregor, Lewis Stevenson, Marvin Bartley and Ross Laidlaw have all committed to the Ea …

PFA

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Partick Thistle defender Liam Lindsay is the only player outside of the top two teams to make it into the PFA Scotland Premiership team of the year. The 21-year-old joins six Celtic players and four from Aberdeen in the side, which is voted on by Ladbr …

Lennon banned

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Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon has received an immediate two-match touchline ban following his bust-up with Morton boss Jim Duffy. Lennon also received a further two-game punishment suspended until the end of 2017, which will only be triggered if he …

Lenny unhappy chappy

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Scathing Neil Lennon tore into his “pathetic” Hibernian players as he told them they only have themselves to blame for losing their grip on the William Hill Scottish Cup. The holders’ hopes of reaching a second straight final crumbled as they lost a dr …

Dons head to the final

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Adam Rooney scored after 13 seconds to send Aberdeen on their way to the William Hill Scottish Cup final – but only after a tremendous comeback from holders Hibernian. Aberdeen went two ahead in the 24th minute thanks to a brilliant free-kick from Ryan …

One vision for Lennon

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Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon is glad they can focus all their efforts on retaining the William Hill Scottish Cup after wrapping up the Ladbrokes Championship title. Lennon was frustrated with his side earlier on in the year when they sometimes fail …

Duff banned

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Morton boss Jim Duffy has been handed an immediate two-match touchline ban following his bust-up with Hibernian counterpart Neil Lennon. Duffy received a three-match punishment in total with one of the games suspended until the end of 2017 as a result …

Aberdeen keeping their game up

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Hibernian go into Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Aberdeen on Saturday pressure-free, according to their former boss Alan Stubbs. The Englishman guided the Easter Road side to their first win in the competition in 114 years last …

Hibs analysis key to the final

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Aberdeen’s players are just as keen as their fans to bring the William Hill Scottish Cup back to Pittodrie, according to goalkeeper Joe Lewis. The Pittodrie club last won the competition in 1990, when they beat Celtic in a penalty shoot-out, and since …

Gray happy to win it with style

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Hibernian skipper David Gray was delighted to seal the Ladbrokes Championship title with a touch of “swagger” on Saturday. The 3-0 victory over Queen of the South at Easter Road, coupled with Falkirk’s 2-2 draw with St Mirren, ensured Hibs can no longe …