Aberdeen leap-frogged into the Premiership top six with a fourth straight victory as they edged out Hibs 1-0 at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss McInnes calls for ‘severe penalties’ for misbehaving Premiership fans after Lennon and Morelos incidents
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes the culprits behind the shameful scenes that marred the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle should receive “severe penalties”.
Neil Lennon conducted himself with “great dignity” in the aftermath of being attacked last week, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Campaigners have urged the English and Scottish football associations to tackle anti-Irish racism after James McClean and Neil Lennon were targeted by supporters.
Strict Liability has to be introduced to Scottish football after the shameful scenes at Tynecastle in the Hearts-Hibs derby.
Neil Lennon is subjected to sectarian abuse every day in Scotland because he’s an Irish Catholic who played for Celtic, his agent has claimed.
Hearts and Hibernian united to condemn violent scenes at the Edinburgh derby as it emerged both assistant referees were hit by missiles along with Neil Lennon.
Hearts and Hibernian have come together to condemn trouble at the Edinburgh derby which saw Neil Lennon struck by a coin, a player attacked by a fan and two assistant referees assaulted.
Troublemakers at the Edinburgh derby have been described as “losers”, as one man has been arrested in connection with an assault on a linesman.
Neil Lennon was at the centre of more touchline controversy on Wednesday night after he was struck in the face by a coin thrown from the crowd during the Edinburgh derby.
Police have made an arrest over an alleged assault on an assistant referee at Wednesday’s Edinburgh derby, which also saw Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon and Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal floored by attacks.
Police are investigating after Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon was hit by a coin thrown from the crowd during the Edinburgh derby.
ABERDEEN retained second spot in the Premiership despite being held 0-0 by rivals Hibs at Pittodrie.
Championship side Hibernian, not Aberdeen, are Scotland’s second-best team according to Neil Lennon.
Hibs manager Neil Lennon says his team are more than capable of beating the odds again and retaining the Scottish Cup.
Turriff United held their heads high in defeat to Championship Hibs in the Irn-Bru Cup third round.
BOLTON are reportedly keen on signing Dons forward Niall McGinn.