Rodgers PFA nomination

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Celtic’s treble-chasing boss Brendan Rodgers is among the nominees for this season’s PFA Scotland manager of the year award. Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes, Alan Archibald of Partick Thistle and Morton manager Jim Duffy make up the four-man shortlist, vot …

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 …

Saints looking upwards

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Just over five months ago, I watched Morton dismantle a St Mirren side that looked as if it was heading towards the trap door to League one. That night, Jim Duffy’s side won 3-1, but on Tuesday, Jack Ross’ outfit had a role reversal against their Renfr …

Out to get Hibs

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Hibernian boss Neil Lennon could be in disciplinary trouble again after accusing referees of having an agenda against his side. Lennon was left fuming after referee Bobby Madden refused to give his side a penalty during Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Mort …

St Mirren can bring it back

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Jack Ross admits he has never felt lower as manager than after St Mirren’s last visit to Cappielow. But the Buddies boss hopes his new-look side will be the ones smiling when they return to Greenock on Tuesday. Jim Duffy’s side dished out a 3-1 pasting …

No regrets

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Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon insisted he had not “one iota of regret or embarrassment” over his touchline behaviour against Morton as he hit out at Jim Duffy’s comments in the wake of their bust-up. The former Celtic boss claimed the dispute toward …

Fighting talk in draw at Easter road

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Hibernian boss Neil Lennon blasted Morton player Kudus Oyenuga for what he described as a potential leg-breaking tackle on his defender Jordan Forster in the 0-0 draw at Easter road last night. Oyenuga was red-carded along with Hibs defender Darren McG …

Duffy on Rangers

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Morton manager Jim Duffy expects Rangers fans to rally round their side on Sunday following the dramatic developments surrounding Mark Warburton. The Govan club announced on Friday night that they had accepted the resignations of manager Warburton, ass …

Morton up for the cup

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Morton boss Jim Duffy admits his players will have to take their game to a whole new level if they are to upset Aberdeen in Saturday’s Betfred Cup semi-final. The Greenock men have already stunned both Kilmarnock and Hamilton on the way to their Hampde …