Kilmarnock complete signing of Karleigh Osborne

Kilmarnock have made their fourth signing of the January transfer window with the addition of Karleigh Osborne.

Lee Clark has completely rebuilt the Kilmarnock squad. Picture: SNS

Why Kilmarnock deserve a Grade D- for their season so far

Joel Sked breaks down the season thus far for every team in our series of Ladbrokes Premiership mid-term report cards.

Four clubs are set to battle it out for Craig Sibbald's signature. Picture: Michael Gillen

Rumour Mill: Old Firm eye Falkirk ace | Barnsley & QPR keen on Cummings | Collymore’s Celtic dream

Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen and Nottingham Forest tracking Craig Sibbald; Championship sides monitoring Jason Cummings and Stan Collymore reveals he wanted to join Celtic in the 2000s

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Scott Sinclair has been an excellent addition for Celtic. Picture: John Devlin

Marks out of 10 for every Scottish Premiership signing so far

Through a series of 12 seperate articles, Craig Fowler rated and reviewed every single singing made by Scottish Premiership clubs this season prior to the January transfer window.

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Eoghan O'Connell played a major role for Celtic in the early part of the season. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Celtic defender Eoghan O’Connell to join Kilmarnock on loan

Kilmarnock are poised to solve their defensive crisis by signing the Celtic defender Eoghan O’Connell on loan for the rest of the season.

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Souleymane Coulibaly: Unique in terms of Killie's summer recruitment - good and on a long-term deal. Picture: SNS

Kilmarnock signings: How every recruit has fared this season

As Scottish Premiership clubs enter the January transfer window, Craig Fowler looks back upon their business so far this season and ranks every signing out of ten.

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Lee Wallace and Ali Crawford have both been in excellent form this term. Picture: John Devlin

The 2016/17 Scottish Premiership team of the season (so far)

Once again, BT’s pre-match Scottish Football Extra show descended into wonderfully, entertaining squabbling as each of Chris Sutton, Michael Stewart and Stephen Craigan chose their team of the season so far.

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Jota of Brentford has been linked with Rangers.  Picture: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Craig Fowler’s guide to what your club needs in January

The window is open but what will the managers of the 12 Ladbrokes Premiership clubs be buying in the January sales?

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Kilmarnocks Steven Smith and Ryan Edwards grapple for control of the ball

Partick thistle 0 - 0 Kilmarnock: Jags slip out of top six

Profligacy in front of goal and a controversial offside decision mean that Partick Thistle have slipped out of the top six as the Premiership goes into hibernation for four weeks.

The latest report suggests Celtic were short in their contract offer to the Portland Timbers midfielder. Picture: Getty

Rumour Mill: Debate over Nagbe to Celtic deal | Paterson ‘out for nine months’ | Rangers linked with foursome

Recent reports Celtic suggest were short in their wage offer to Portland Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe, Hearts right-back Callum Paterson is set to miss the next nine months with a knee injury, and Rangers are looking to sign ex-England international Leon Osman.

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Hearts' Jamie Walker celebrates his second of the night and the final goal in his team's 4-0 rout of Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS

Ian Cathro preaches patience over Callum Paterson injury

Ian Cathro won for the first time as Hearts boss last night, but an injury to talisman Callum Paterson marred the 4-0 victory over Kilmarnock at Tynecastle.

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Arnaud Djoum doubles the score for Hearts as Ian Cathro's men cruised to victory over Kilmarnock at Tynecastle. Picture: SNS Group

Hearts 4-0 Kilmarnock: Ian Cathro gets off the mark in style

Just as it was foolhardy to judge Ian Cathro after three winless outings, it would be churlish to hail a brave new dawn after one victory. However, the Hearts head coach can be thoroughly satisfied with his first victory in the job following a display of pace, power and clinical finishing.

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Arnaud Djoum believes he played his best game in a Hearts jersey in spite of losing 3-2 at Dundee. Picture: SNS.

Hearts’ Arnaud Djoum insists ‘We must win our next game’

Three games without a win have no doubt left the sceptics more entrenched in their view of Ian Cathro than ever. But midfielder Arnaud Djoum has a privileged position in that he can report from inside the Hearts camp.

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Martyn Waghorn is back in form ahead of the New Year. Picture: SNS

The 12 Premiership players set for an interesting 12 months

The emergence of Kieran Tierney, the revitalisation of Danny Swanson, the demise of Alim Ozturk and the importance of Kenny Miller, 2016 has been an interesting year for many top-flight talents.

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Ian Cathro expected his first win would have come before now. Picture: SNS

Ian Cathro: ‘Roof will come off’ as he seeks first Hearts win

The demolition of the old main stand at Tynecastle is scheduled to start after the last home game of the season but Ian Cathro plans to ensure Hearts save on the cost of a wrecking ball.

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St Johnstone's Murray Davidson, centre, celebrates after scoring the only goal of the night at Rugby Park. Picture: SNS Group

Kilmanock 0 - 1 St Johnstone: Davidson delivers for Saints

St Johnstone consolidated their hold on fifth position in the Premiership and moved to within one point of fourth-placed Hearts with a victory at Rugby Park which was much more comprehensive than the scoreline would suggest.

Inverness' Carl Tremarco (left) and Brad McKay (right) try to halt Kilmarnock goalscorer Souleymane Coulibaly. Picture:  Gary Hutchison/SNS

Kilmarnock 1 - 1 Inverness: Gary Warren rescues a point

The status quo among the bottom seven continues, with neither of these sides possessing the nous to craft a winning goal.

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Brad McKay has been playing for Inverness despite an injury. Picture: SNS

Brad McKay: Playing while injured helps Inverness team spirit

Brad McKay feels the number of players beating the pain barrier to feature for Inverness bodes well for the future.

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Kris Boyd will likely receive some stick from the stands when Kilmarnock travel to Tynecastle. Picture: SNS

Lee Clark: Kris Boyd’s Cathro comments won’t fire up Hearts

Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark does not believe Kris Boyd’s controversial comments on Ian Cathro will fire up Hearts when they square off later this month.

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Leigh Griffiths celebrates after scoring in Celtic's 4-1 win over Partick Thistle. Picture: PA

Winners and Losers: Leigh Griffiths | Joe Garner | The fans

Joel Sked looks back at the winners and losers from the Ladbrokes Premiership weekend.

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