Harry Kane popped up with a double to help England paper over the cracks of a sloppy win that didn’t impress their fans. The Spurs star was the saviour on a night of tedium. The travelling England fans let the players know exactly what they thought with boos and ironic cheers. Kane said: “Whenever you come away for games like this it’s never easy. We were trying to break them down we’ve done the job.”It began brightly for England as they looked lively and in the mood.
Neil Lennon admits signing a new long-term deal at Hibs is a “no-brainer” because he’s loving life at the Easter Road club. The former Celtic boss joined on a two-year contract last summer but is set to be rewarded with extended terms after leading the Leith side back to the Premiership in his first season in charge. Lennon was reluctant to discuss the length of the deal but admits he has no hesitation in committing himself to Hibs. He said: “From a personal point of view it’s a no-brainer.
Midfielder Don Cowie is aware of all the big names being linked with the vacant Hearts post - but reckons the answer could be right under their noses. The Scotland cap is adamant that interim boss Jon Daly is ready to be handed his maiden opportunity in the dugout. Ex-England and Newcastle United manager Steve McLaren, former Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman and one-time Hearts players Steven Pressley and Paul Hartley are all said be be in the running for the head coach’s job.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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