Here’s what to look out for this weekend in the SPFL.
Derby are ready to bid £500k for Hearts’ Callum Paterson in January, Celtic’s second-string side could win the Scottish Premiership, and Rangers are eyeing a move for Motherwell’s Chris Cadden.
A spell in charge of his old club’s under-20s and coaching stints with pedigree sides in four different countries. The former is Neil Lennon’s route into frontline management – which began at Celtic – the latter the path trod by Ian Cathro that has earned him the head coach role at Hearts.
Hibernian goalkeeper Ofir Marciano has been ruled out until the new year with a knee problem for which he will undergo a “tidy up” operation on Monday, revealed manager Neil Lennon yesterday as he admitted that “injuries are starting to mount” at the
Easter Road side.
Neil Lennon has backed moves by Bonnyrigg Rose to have their home Scottish Cup tie with his Hibernian side moved to Tynecastle next month.
Hibernian are considering a bid to sign Kris Commons on loan in January.
Former Tannadice player Ray McKinnon is enjoying the challenge of restoring Dundee United back to the top flight of Scottish football.
The closest Robbie Horn ever came to facing Hibs as a player was lining up alongside John Robertson, Gary Mackay and rugby idol Gavin Hastings for Craig Levein’s testimonial.