The derby win during the week has probably bought him some time but it doesn’t get any easier with a trip to Pittodrie next week.
A brace for Michael O’Halloran in St Johnstone’s victory today. Did he return to Perth on loan or is a permanent transfer from Sevco?
I know transfer negotiations were drawn out but finally on 29th July he went on loan until January
A breathless afternoon of football in Europe’s best supported league.
Accies 3-0 The Dee
Killie 0-1 Jambos
Huns 2-3 Hibees
Staggies 1-2 Dons
Saints 4-1 Steelmen
We still wait for the first draw this season.
Celtic, St Johnstone, Aberdeen and Hibs have 100% records.
Kilmarnock, Partick, Motherwell and Dundee still waiting for their first points of the season.
Hamilton and Ross County have a win and a loss each while Rangers and Hearts are utter cunts.
Roll on next week.
Saints are top of the pile on goals scored.
Their trip to Celtic Park in a fortnight could be a blockbuster
Club 1872 Statement on Neil Lennon
13 August, 2017
Club 1872 would like to commend the restraint of the Rangers support following a clear attempt by Hibernian manager, Neil Lennon, to incite trouble at yesterday’s game at Ibrox.
Rangers and Club 1872 are always keen to remind our supporters of their duty to act as ambassadors for our club but that duty is not one that applies only to Rangers supporters.
Mr Lennon has previous for abusing and goading both Rangers staff and supporters. He seems completely unable to control himself at Ibrox. We can only speculate as to why. His actions in the dugout yesterday – where he made various inflammatory gestures to the supporters sitting directly behind the Hibernian dugout – were not becoming of any football manager, never mind one who likes to play the victim when things do not go his way. It is inexplicable that the fourth official chose to take no action against him at the time but, against the backdrop of possibly the worst refereeing performance ever seen at Ibrox, perhaps we should not be surprised.
Mr Lennon has been extensively quoted in the media as saying that he “didn’t make a gesture”. If that quote is accurate then he is not only irresponsible but a liar.
Had a Rangers supporter reacted to Mr Lennon’s actions yesterday then we would no doubt have been treated to further dramatic headlines about the persecution he has to suffer. Instead we have seen several media commentators make jokes about Lennon’s conduct. It is only because of the good sense of our supporters that they are in a position to do so.
Police Scotland categorised this match as high risk due to the behaviour of Hibernian supporters at the Scottish Cup Final in 2016 when Rangers players were attacked on the pitch. Neil Lennon knew that and he knew he had a responsibility to act in an appropriate manner. He shirked that responsibility and reverted to type.
We hope that Police Scotland will speak directly to Mr Lennon over the coming days and at the very least give him a warning over his future conduct at Ibrox. We also expect the SPFL to take action against Mr Lennon over his failed attempt to incite trouble.
Issued by Supporters Voice Limited, a Club 1872 company.
Just saw the red card there.
It was a stick on red card, of that there is no doubt.
The Dee have equalised at Pittodrie.
Accies 2-0 up at Easter Road.
Still no goals at Ibrox.
O’Halloran on target for Saints again while Sevco draw a blank.
A brace for Stevie May as the Dons beat the Dee 2-1.
Celtic, Aberdeen and Saints the only teams to win all 3 games so far.
Hibs came crashing down to earth at home to Accies.
Bhoys 1-1 Saints
Killie 2-2 Accies
Steelmen 2-1 Jambos
Jags 3-4 Dons
Aberdeen go top and are the only team with a 100% win record. Celtic and St Johnstone on their tail with 3 wins and a draw. Killie got their first point of the season today.
The Dee v Hibees and Staggies v Huns tomorrow. The latter can jump into the top six with a win.
Craig Levein is back in the Tynecastle hotseat
i see some aberdeen player tried to top himself the other night by jumping into a river
The albino poof that used to play for Celtic
He was steaming and got the head pucked off him in a nightclub beforehand.
Steelmen 2-0 Killie
Huns 4-1 The Dee
Staggies 1-1 Jags
Saints 1-1 Hibees
Jambos 0-0 Dons
Celtic, who won on Friday night at The Superseal Stadium, remain top on goal difference after Aberdeen’s first dropped points of the season.
The Jags on course for their first league win of the season. They lead Rangers 2-1 with under 15 minutes to go