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Ex-Hearts man lands interim manager role as former Hibs striker completes Premiership return

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Lawrence Shankland continued to shine for Hearts, securing a hard-fought 1-0 victory over St Johnstone, maintaining their perfect record in 2024. However, Hibs suffered a late 2-1 defeat against Celtic, with Adam Idah’s stoppage-time penalty sealing the win for the champions.

In the upcoming fifth round of the Scottish Cup, Hearts will face Airdrieonians, while Hibs will take on Inverness CT, both facing Championship opposition.

In other news, Ross County has appointed former Hearts midfielder Don Cowie as their interim manager following Derek Adams’ resignation. Adams’ third spell at the club ended in disappointment, prompting Cowie’s appointment ahead of a challenging trip to Rangers.

The signing of Adam Idah by Celtic has divided opinion among ex-Norwich City pundits. Robert Earnshaw has backed Idah to succeed, praising his qualities and suggesting that joining Celtic could boost his confidence. However, Chris Sutton expressed reservations about Idah’s goal return in the Championship, implying disappointment from both sides.

Additionally, Oli Shaw has returned to Motherwell on loan from Barnsley for the remainder of the season. Shaw, who started his career at Hibs and previously played for Ross County, aims to contribute to Motherwell’s success once fully recovered from injury. Manager Stuart Kettlewell expressed optimism about Shaw’s return, highlighting his potential contribution to the team.

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