Oyenuga was also sent off along with Hibs captain Darren Mc Gregor.
(The Scotsman) Full story Morton boss Jim Duffy insists no punches were thrown during the towsy scenes at Easter Road.
“Believe me, if I’d thrown a punch you would know about it,” said Duffy.
It was the first time in his long managerial career that Duffy has been sent to the stand by a referee and the Cappielow No 1 joked that he would ask Neil Lennon for advice about how to deal with it with the SFA.
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(Various)Rangers agree deal with Chelsea for Billy Gilmour Rangers have agreed a £600,000 deal in principle with Chelsea for the sale of their 15-year-old midfielder Billy Gilmour.
There is still a possibility the player will remain at Ibrox but the Ibrox club have agreed the provisional deal because Gilmour is free to leave Rangers when he turns 16 in June.
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Hibs head coach Neil Lennon claims Morton manager Jim Duffy offered him a ‘square go’ during the ugly scenes that marred the end of the clubs’ goalless draw at Easter Road.