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Celtic manager Neil Lennon. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Celtic manager Neil Lennon speaks about his Hibs exit

Neil Lennon is currently enjoying the best start any manager has ever made with Celtic (31 games, 25 wins and only two defeats). But the lunchtime visit to Easter Road today will serve as a reminder of how precarious his position can be. Just eight months ago he parted company with Hibernian, the club which he had not only led back to the top tier but 
provided them with a top-four finish on their return.

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Hibs skipper Paul Hanlon feels the strain at the end of the match on Saturday. Picture: SNS.

Stevie Mallan says derby win will get Hibs fans back on side

Given the dismal league form of both participants (two points from a potential 30 for Hearts, four from 30 for Hibernian), Sunday’s derby at Easter
Road could be regarded as two bald men fighting over a comb were it not for the repercussions which are 
likely to follow for the losers.

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James Forrest has scored six goals in his last seven games. Picture: Jonas Ekstromer/TT News Agency via AP

Neil Lennon says people take Celtic’s fine form for granted

Rangers supporters will head for Ibrox tomorrow more confident that they can end Celtic’s domestic domination than they have been at any time since they descended into administration and liquidation eight seasons ago but the champions’ manager,
Neil Lennon, suggested 
that they should temper their optimism.

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Gary Caldwell does not believe Partick's results will be affected by losing the  team bus for away games. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle boss Gary Caldwell plays down Firhill turmoil

Crisis? What crisis? Partick Thistle and their supporters have lurched from one shattering development to another in recent weeks, but manager Gary Caldwell is doing his best to maintain that he and his players are unaffected by the seemingly endless stream of negative news from the Energy Check Stadium.

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