The Scottish lower leagues can sometimes be an untapped gold mine of talent. READ MORE - Five things we learned from Hibs 1 - 2 RangersLeigh Griffiths and Andrew Robertson are two recent examples of players picked up from outside the top flight to great effect, while there’s countless other examples from down the years. However, it’s quite rare for someone to go from one kind of player in the second tier to an even better one in the top flight. Yet, that’s what we’ve witnessed this campaign.
Have your sayMichael O’Neill has revealed that he’s not held any discussions with the Scottish FA. The Northern Ireland boss is the preferred candidate of the governing body to take over from Gordon Strachan as manager of the national team. The Irish FA were reported to have granted permission for the 48-year-old to talk with their Scottish counterparts a month ago. However, the ex-Hibs and Dundee United winger insists he’s not been contacted by chairman Stewart Regan or anyone at the SFA.
Craig Fowler gives his take as Rangers manage to defeat Hibs 2-1 at Easter Road despite a dominant performance by the hosts. Seriously, can these two teams play every week? This game added further weight to the question of why the first contest between these sides, a five-goal thriller with a healthy slice of controversy, wasn’t broadcast live by either BT or Sky. Just like that game, this was always likely to be a highly-entertaining encounter between two attacking teams and it didn’t disappoint.
W18, g4. Celtic 3-1 Hamilton. Thought there was a bit more tempo to Celtic, even if they didn't create as many chances as they sometimes do. Accies, barring a shan 60 seconds, defended their box pretty well.
MOM: McGregor (MacKinnon for HA)
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