Neil Lennon insists he is in "a very good job" at Hibernian as he plays down a link with the Republic of Ireland manager's job....
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Hearts and Hibernian have both been issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish FA for "a confrontation" during last week's 0-0 draw.
Show Racism the Red Card Ireland is asking the English and Scottish FAs to launch an investigation into anti-Irish abuse in football, following incidents involving James McClean and Neil Lennon.
Kris Boyd believes Hearts and Hibernian should not play matches behind closed doors after last week's heated Edinburgh derby, but says the fans responsible should be banned for life.
Ex-Celtic player Kris Commons is concerned with the recent spate of coin throwing at matches in Scotland.
Police say inquiries into other incidents that took place at Tynecastle Stadium on Wednesday are ongoing.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has jumped to the defence of Neil Lennon after he was hit by a coin after goading Hearts fans during the Edinburgh Derby.
Neil Lennon claimed on Friday that anti-Irish racism is becoming a huge issue in Scotland after the Hibernian manager endured fresh abuse during his club's Edinburgh derby draw with Hearts.
Former top-flight referee Steve Conroy has called on Scotland's professional clubs to face sanctions for the misbehaviour of their fans.
Hearts and Hibernian have said they are "united in their condemnation" following Wednesday night's fractious Edinburgh derby.
Former footballer Andy Walker says "disgusting' behaviour from supporters has been allowed to continue unchecked for too long.
After ugly scenes during Wednesday's Edinburgh derby in the Scottish Premiership, police confirmed a man has been charged with assault.
Hibernian manager Neil Lennon was hit by a coin and Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal was also floored in the Edinburgh derby.
In spite of a 4-2 victory against Hibernian, Brendan Rodgers has once more spoke out against the lack of transfer activity at Celtic during the summer break, with the northern Irishman claiming that the club failed to "go into another gear".
Hearts moved three points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a 2-1 win at home to Aberdeen on Saturday as champions Celtic climbed into second place with a thrilling defeat of Hibernian.
Hibernian boss Neil Lennon has praised the improved mentality of his players in the lead up to his team's clash with Celtic in Glasgow on Saturday.
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