Plenty of eyes were on Parkhead on Sunday as Celtic faced St Johnstone with Neil Lennon’s future being questioned by fans. It didn’t go well as St Johnstone earned a fully deserved draw and the Scottish champions fell even further behind Rangers at the top of the league.
There was a big win for Hamilton Accies at the bottom of the league, a topsy turver Fifee derby in the Championship and a big win for Hearts Women in the SWPL 1, beating rivals Hibs for their first success of the league season.
Scroll down and click through for Monday’s Scottish football news.
1. Two arrests from Celtic fans protest
Two arrests were made by Police Scotland following protests outside Parkhead following Celtic’s 1-1 draw with St Johnstone. There was a heavy police presence at the ground following last week’s scenes and while many chanted and shouted abuse, some looked to attack the team bus. (Scottish Sun)
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2. Gerrard on Garydne's 'serious' comments
Steven Gerrard hopes Ross County and manager Stuart Kettlewell deal with midfielder Michael Gardyne following an incident with Alfredo Morleos. From what his players told him, what was said was a “very serious thing” by Gardyne. (Various)
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3. Kettewell won't throw Gardyne 'under the bus'
Staggies boss Kettlewell has promised an investigation into Gardyne’s comments to Morelos. He said that if it was found to be serious it would be dealt with but he won’t throw his player “under the bus” without all the facts. (Various)
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4. Hearts plan Irving deal
Hearts boss Robbie Neilson has confirmed the club plan to start contract talks with midfielder Andy Irving. The 20-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season. Irving was a key figure in the 2-0 win over Greenock Morton at the weekend. (Evening News)
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