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Arnold rejects link to vacant Hibernian job

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has belatedly knocked back speculation suggesting he was interested in leaving the national team to coach in Scotland.

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Source: Graham Arnold interested in Hibs job

Australia boss Graham Arnold is interested in succeeding Neil Lennon as manager of Scottish Premiership side Hibernian, a source has told ESPN.

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U.S. youngster Weah nets again in Celtic rout

U.S. forward Tim Weah made it two goals in his first two games for Celtic as the youngster scored in the Scottish club's 4-0 win over St. Mirren.

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Defoe joins Gerrard's Rangers on loan

Bournemouth's Jermain Defoe has completed an 18-month loan move to Rangers in a move that reunites him with former England teammate Steven Gerrard.

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PSG to loan out U.S. striker Weah for six months

United States phenom Timothy Weah will leave Paris Saint-Germain to spend the next six months on loan, the 18-year-old announced on Christmas Day.

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Griffiths to take time out from football

Brendan Rodgers confirmed ahead of Celtic's Europa League match with Red Bull Salzburg that Leigh Griffiths will be out indefinitely.

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Arzani out for the season with knee injury

Manchester City's Daniel Arzani has confirmed he requires a knee reconstruction after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

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163dGlenn Price

Gerrard's Rangers start is 'brilliant' - Klopp

Steven Gerrard left as Liverpool's under-18s coach to take charge of Rangers, and Jurgen Klopp has been pleased with the start of his tenure.

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Ntcham sinks Gerrard's Rangers in Old Firm derby

Olivier Ntcham's 62nd minute strike was enough for Celtic to beat Rangers and send Steven Gerrard home empty-handed in his first Old Firm derby.