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Dylan McGeouch takes time over Hibs’ contract be offering

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Revealed:22:30 Saturday 13 January 2018 Hibernian supervisor Neil Lennon has printed he’ll be pushing Dylan McGeouch for a solution after making the Easter Street midfielder the be offering of a brand new three-year contract, writes David Hardie. McGeouch’s present deal expires on the finish of the season, leaving him loose …

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Hearts new boy Demetri Mitchell in line for cup debut v Hibs

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Revealed:22:30 Saturday 13 January 2018 Hearts supervisor Craig Levein is able to pitch Manchester United loanee Demetri Mitchell into subsequent week’s Scottish Cup tie towards Hibs. Levein wired he would don’t have any qualms handing the 21-year-old a Tynecastle debut in an Edinburgh derby. Mitchell’s six-month mortgage deal is designed …

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Montrose defeat Edinburgh Town to retain most sensible spot

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Montrose keep some degree transparent on the most sensible of League Two after a comfy 2-Zero good fortune at eighth-placed Edinburgh Town who completed with ten males. Michael Bolochoweckyj fired Montrose right into a 36th minute lead, hastily doubled through Lewis Milne from a Andrew Steeves cut-back. Any narrow hopes …

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Morton zero – 1 Falkirk: Bairns dent Ton’s play-off hopes

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A primary-half strike from Craig Sibbald used to be sufficient to settle this Cappielow conflict and ship the Bairns stage on issues with 3rd backside Dumbarton, whilst denting Morton’s promotion play-off hopes. Visiting supervisor Paul Hartley used to be happy to peer his group leap again from their midweek defeat …

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