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Leicester’s Lennon decision time

Leicester’s Lennon decision time

Neil Lennon is edging closer to the manager's job at Leicester City. A week after the departure of Nigel Pearson the former Celtic boss is very much in the frame for the post despite suggestions that Guus Hiddink was a contender. The...read more »

Lennon set for summer of hard labour

Lennon set for summer of hard labour

Neil Lennon is facing up to his toughest summer in management. After steering Bolton clear of relegation, they finished seventh bottom of the Championship, 10 points ahead of League One Millwall, the Irishman is expected to deliver a challenge for promotion...read more »

Play off joy for Stubbs

Play off joy for Stubbs

Alan Stubbs steered Hibs to a 3-0 win away to Falkirk to secure second place for the Edinburgh side in the end of season play-off's. Last Saturday's home win over Alloa left Hibs in control of their own destiny while Sevco's...read more »

Ex Celt looks to complete the great escape

Ex Celt looks to complete the great escape

Former Celt Mark Burchill is backing his Livingston squad to complete the great escape tomorrow. Burchill took over from John McGlynn in mid-season with the club reeling from a five point deduction for being behind with payments to Her Majesty's Revenue...read more »

Former Celt loves madhouse of management

Former Celt loves madhouse of management

Gary Caldwell admitted that his first taste of management was crazy after Wigan's 2-2 draw at Fulham. The point leaves Wigan staring relegation in the face- seven points adrift of Rotherham with just four matches left to play. Caldwell slipped into the...read more »

Former Celtic boss has chin up for relegation fight

Former Celtic boss has chin up for relegation fight

Tony Mowbray believes that two home wins can secure Coventry's League One future. The former Celtic boss replaced Steven Pressley last month and was charged with steering the former Premiership side clear of the bottom tier. Under Mowbray the rollercoaster has continued...read more »

Lennon delighted by his golden oldies

Lennon delighted by his golden oldies

Neil Lennon paid tribute to his golden oldies yesterday after Bolton's 3-0 win away to Cardiff City. Emile Heskey and Eidur Gudjohnsen had both been out of the mainstream before being called in by Lennon to help fight off relegation from...read more »

Griffiths and Deila discuss teacakegate

Griffiths and Deila discuss teacakegate

Up until James Forrest found the St Mirren net there was only one talking point about Celtic's trip to Paisley. While keeping an eye out for the coaching team as he reached for his Tunnock's teacake Leigh Griffiths couldn't have imagined...read more »

O’Neill and Brady clash over McCarthy commitment

O’Neill and Brady clash over McCarthy commitment

Liam Brady and Martin O'Neill have clashed over the commitment of James McCarthy ahead of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier with Poland tomorrow. The Everton midfielder has been hampered by hamstring problems for some time with O'Neill having to tread carefully with...read more »

Stubbs anger at Willie Collum decision

Stubbs anger at Willie Collum decision

Alan Stubbs delivered a stinging condemnation of Willie Collum after Hibs 2-0 defeat to Sevco at Easter Road. The result keeps alive Stuart McCall's hopes of finishing in second place but the outcome of the match hinged on one blunder from...read more »

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