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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.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will face three charges over his reaction to his team’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat

Neil Lennon concedes he must improve conduct at Celtic

Neil Lennon admits he has to improve his conduct as he gets ready for another meeting with the Scottish Football Association's judicial panel on Thursday.

Neil Lennon confronts the referee

Celtic manager Neil Lennon faces three charges

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will face three charges over his reaction to the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Hearts, the Scottish Football Association revealed today.

Rangers suspend Kyle Lafferty over 'breach of discipline'

Rangers have confirmed striker Kyle Lafferty has been suspended for two weeks amid reports of a dispute with manager Ally McCoist.

Penalty paid: Craig Beattie misses from
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Little double stops Hearts taking second big scalp

Heart of Midlothian 0 Rangers 3

Canaries win mired by double-scoring captain Holt send off

Norwich 2 Wolves 1

Hearts pay tax bill in full

Hearts have announced they have now paid an outstanding tax bill in full.

HMRC issues closure threat to Hearts

Heart of Midlothian were yesterday threatened with liquidation by HM Revenue & Customs, after failing to pay a tax bill.

Hearts to fight SPL charge in wages dispute

Hearts have vowed to fight a charge of "failing to behave with the utmost good faith" over the alleged delayed payment of player wages which has been issued by the Scottish Premier League.

Players receive wages at Hearts following SPL demand

Hearts today announced their players had received their overdue December wages - on the day the Scottish Premier League imposed a seven-day deadline to comply with a number of orders or be faced with unlimited sanctions.

Eggert Jonsson joins in January

Wolves set to sign Eggert Jonsson from Hearts

Hearts utility player Eggert Jonsson has agreed to join Wolves on a three-and-a-half-year contract from January 1, the midlands club have confirmed.

Rangers are like a family, says Jelavic

Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic believes the side's togetherness has been crucial in their superb run of away wins in the league. They have won their last 13 games on the road with the loss of just one goal, which came in their title-clinching 5-1 victory over Kilmarnock in May.

McCoist gives backing to Whyte after TV accusations

Ally McCoist yesterday praised Craig Whyte and insisted his Rangers players were unaffected by the media storm which followed allegations made by the BBC about the Rangers owner on Thursday.

'Demented' Craig Levein almost quit Scotland job

Craig Levein has revealed he was ready to quit the Scotland job after only three months in the post.

Fan admits attacking Celtic manager Neil Lennon

A football fan admitted today that he assaulted Celtic manager Neil Lennon during a match last season, telling a jury: "It must have been awful for him."

Celtic boss: attack was 'tipping point'

Celtic Football Club manager Neil Lennon has told how an alleged religiously aggravated attack on him was the "tipping point" in a season that saw him being threatened with bombs and bullets. Mr Lennon was giving evidence in the trial of John Wilson, 26, of Edinburgh, who is accused of attacking him at a Hearts vs Celtic match on 11 May.

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