Hibernian manager Paul Heckingbottom claims his players must show more character and resilience after they slumped to another Ladbrokes Premiership defeat Kilmarnock secured a 2-0 win at Rugby Park following second half goals from Liam Millar and Mohamed El Makrini, meaning Hibs have now won just one of their last 10 league games.
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PSecond-half goals from Liam Miller and Mohamed El Makrini earned Kilmarnock a 2-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win which turned up the heat on Hibernian boss Paul Heckingbottom.
Kilmarnock defender Stuart Findlay has returned to training following an ankle injury ahead of the visit of Hibernian.
Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio is adamant the club want to keep Greg Taylor at Rugby Park amid continued speculation linking him from Celtic.
Kilmarnock and Aberdeen played out a dreadful goalless draw in a physical Ladbrokes Premiership clash at Rugby Park.
Finland defender Niko Hamalainen could make his Kilmarnock debut when they host Aberdeen on Saturday.
Angelo Alessio insists he has signed Niko Hamalainen to compete with Greg Taylor – not to replace the in-demand Kilmarnock left-back.
Rangers fans who invaded the pitch celebrating a late match-winning goal at Kilmarnock allegedly destroyed the roof covering disabled fans, injuring one man.
Steven Gerrard admits he was relieved to see the last-gasp luck go in Rangers’ favour for once as they avoided an opening day slip-up against Kilmarnock.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard suspects under-pressure Angelo Alessio will take a leaf out of the Steve Clarke playbook as he looks to win over the Kilmarnock faithful on Sunday.
Angelo Alessio has a near fully-fit squad to choose from ahead of his first Ladbrokes Premiership match in charge of Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock are set to become the first British club to install a safe-standing section for under-16s and, in another UK first, the new rail seats will be entirely funded by their fans.
Scotland-bound Steve Clarke bid an emotional farewell to Rugby Park after steering Kilmarnock to their first third-place finish in 53 years.
Steve Clarke is set to leave Kilmarnock with a farewell gift of a third-place finish in the Ladbrokes Premiership after Eamonn Brophy’s late penalty sealed a 2-1 win over Rangers at Rugby Park.
Rangers defender Jon Flanagan’s two-game ban for clashing with Celtic skipper Scott Brown has been overturned on appeal.
Rangers assistant boss Gary McAllister hopes missing out on a Copa America slot will finally convince Alfredo Morelos to clean up his act.
Jordan Jones will not get to make a final appearance for Kilmarnock on Sunday as they prepare to face the side he will be joining this summer.
Steve Clarke would find it hard to turn down the Scotland job if he was offered it, according to his Kilmarnock assistant Alex Dyer.
Paul Heckingbottom accused Kilmarnock defender Alex Bruce of diving on his way into his post-match media conference but the Hibernian head coach admitted his side’s “rubbish” performance was the reason for their defeat at Rugby Park.
Eamonn Brophy’s first-half penalty was enough to send Kilmarnock back into third place in the Ladbrokes Premiership as Hibernian suffered a second consecutive defeat.