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Liam Craig’s penalty gave Hibernian their first league win over Hearts in eight games, the 2-1 victory ensuring their Edinburgh rivals remain on minus-two points.

Steve McClaren has guided Derby County to seven straight wins

Football round-up: Lucky seven as Derby join the top-two tussle

A look at the latest new in the world of football

In Brief: Jones pays with his job for Owls’ failure to fly

Dave Jones has been sacked as manager of Sheffield Wednesday, the club confirmed last night.

Johnny Hamilton: Goalscoring winger
for Hearts in their 1950s golden age

Open the gate, here comes Pigalle Wonder!’ It was a familiar cry on the terraces of Tynecastle football ground in the late 1950s when Heart of Midlothian were piling up the trophies and their ecstatic fans gloried in comparing the scorching pace of winger Johnny Hamilton with a champion greyhound of the time.

Hearts 1 Celtic 2 match report: Anthony Stokes sets up Celtic for Milan

New signing Teemu Pukki grabbed a debut goal and Anthony Stokes scored one and set up two more as Celtic prepared for the Champions’ League with a comfortable win.

Hearts hit with transfer embargo after going into administration

The ban will run until February next year

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Scottish Premier League fixture list unveiled: Celtic begin title defence at home

The reigning champions play Ross County

Hearts go into administration

The club was faced with a winding-up order last week

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale files application to trademark 'Eleven of Hearts' goal celebration logo

The Tottenham forward could make up to £3m a year if it is successful

Scottish Cup final preview: Hibernian look to overcome hoodoo against Celtic

The sides meet at Hampden Park on Saturday

Gary, left, and Lee Johnson will be in opposite dugouts tonight

Once-in-a-generation game: More than family honour at stake for Gary and Lee Johnson who will be in opposing dug-outs tonight

Clash between father and son managers could decide the fate of Yeovil and Oldham

Writing on the wall: ‘I’m still on the lookout, I want something to happen and I’ve applied for so many jobs, so many jobs,’ says Graham Rix

Graham Rix: 'No one will give me a job'

Highly rated player and coach is a forgotten man after up-and-down career

John McGlynn

John McGlynn leaves Hearts by mutual consent

McGlynn departs with immediate effect after taking over at the helm last June

Fabrice Muamba to present Capital One Cup to winners

Fabrice Muamba will present the Capital One Cup to the winning captain in Sunday's Wembley final between Swansea and Bradford.

Gary Teale of St Mirren

St Mirren shock Celtic to set up cup final date with Hearts

Premier League strugglers St Mirren pulled off one of the biggest cup shocks of recent times as they beat 14-time winners Celtic 3-2 at Hampden Park to reach the Scottish Communities League Cup final in March.

The Sports Matrix: Friday 4 January 2013

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