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Alex Salmond and David Cameron both have risks and problems to face over the ballot, writes Allan Massie
DOZENS of firefighters are tackling a huge blaze at an industrial estate in West Lothian.
NEARLY 100 asylum seekers and refugees living in Scotland’s biggest city are in a state of destitution, a newly published university survey has claimed.
VLADIMIR ROMANOV, below, is planning to attend the historic all-Edinburgh William Hill Scottish Cup final between Hearts and Hibs at Hampden Park next month, the Evening News can reveal.
SCOTLAND PROP Allan Jacobsen is determined to make amends for the frustrations and hurt of the Rugby World Cup campaign when the RBS 6 Nations open against England at Murrayfield on Saturday.
SCOTLAND international Garry O’Connor has pled not guilty to alleged insurance fraud charges over a crash involving his £100,000 Ferrari.
Hibernian striker Leigh Griffiths has been offered a one-match ban for making an offensive gesture during last Saturday’s Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Rangers, the Scottish Football Association have announced.
Pat FENLON today shrugged off the disappointment of losing to Rangers to tell his Hibs stars: “Give me that every week and we shouldn’t have a problem.”
New Hibs manager insists discipline is key and says ‘everything is in place’ for success, writes Aidan Smith
Hibs star Paul Hanlon believes events of the past week have provided proof aplenty the old football maxim of winning teams getting all the luck while those struggling get none is entirely true.
By his own admission Pat Fenlon has taken on a “massive job” in becoming Hibs’ fifth manager in just four years.
Hibs skipper Ian Murray was today set to step up his bid for fitness by returning to action in a bounce game against Celtic in Glasgow.
It would appear at the moment that luck is just not on our side. 3 Comments
HE MIGHT have played only 36 times for Manchester United, but no-one could say Liam O’Brien’s Old Trafford career passed without incident.
Richie Towell admits his Easter Road team-mates probably know little about Pat Fenlon, but he believes the new Hibs boss will already have built up a weighty dossier on each of them. 1 Comment
Pat FENLON knew things were far from rosy when he signed on at Easter Road for the next two-and-a-half years, rarely is a manager sacked when a team is on the up. 3 Comments
Hibs fringe players such as Callum Booth, Martin Scott and Akpo Sodje are prepared to step into the first team as the club looks to arrest a winless run of four matches. 11 Comments
For some recent incumbents, the role of Hibs manager has descended into a living nightmare, but ex-Dunfermline boss Stephen Kenny insists fellow Irishmen Michael O’Neill and Pat Fenlon would view leading the Easter Road side as a “dream job”. 10 Comments