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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.

Bolton hope to complete move for Coyle today

Wanderers want new manager confirmed in time for Arsenal match after Scot meets with Burnley to discuss his departure terms

Bougherra to miss derby as Miller lifts Rangers

Walter Smith, the Rangers manager, does not expect to have Madjid Bougherra available for this week's Old Firm derby despite reports to the contrary.

Hearts come back to beat 10-man Celtic

Ismael Bouzid's dramatic second-half winner completed Heart of Midlothian's comeback against 10-man Celtic in an enthralling SPL game at Tynecastle yesterday. The visitors took the lead through Georgios Samaras after 21 minutes and looked in for a comfortable afternoon.

Archie Baird: Footballer who escaped from POW camp before helping Aberdeen to post-war triumphs

Any contemplation of the life of Archie Baird must attach colossal significance to the game of football, as Aberdeen fans of the 1940s and early 1950s will testify with unstinting enthusiasm and affection.

Collins joins Scotland contenders

Former Hibs manager touts interest as SFA begin search for next manager

Hughes relieved as Hibs survive assault

Heart of Midlothian 0 Hibernian 0

Thomson insists Gers still focused

Midfielder says cup success shows players are unaffected by club's off-field problems

Rangers continue hunt for 'racist fan'

Rangers were today continuing their hunt for the "moron" who Maurice Edu alleges racially abused him after the Champions League thrashing by Unirea Urziceni.

Rangers hit all-time low, admits Novo

Forward says capitulation to Romanian minnows was 'worst ever result' in Europe

Rangers and Celtic 'odds-on' to stay in SPL

Ralph Topping, the new non-executive chairman of the Scottish Premier League, believes the Old Firm are odds-on to remain in the SPL.

Preparation for Euro 2012 starts now, says Berra

Japan 2 Scotland 0

Coyle inspires Burnley to new heights on the home front

Burnley 2 Birmingham City 1

Miller ensures Rangers start where they finished

Striker Kenny Miller grabbed two goals as Rangers began the defence of their Scottish Premier League title with a 4-1 win over Falkirk at Ibrox on Saturday.

Blackburn secure deals for strike duo

Blackburn have struck deals to take young strikers Nikola Kalinic and Franco Di Santo to Ewood Park.

Hughes 'honoured' to take up the reins at Hibernian

Former player was one of favourites for job after leading Falkirk to cup final
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