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Derek McInnes unsurprised by Arbroath title push ahead of Kilmarnock clash

Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes insists he is not surprised that Arbroath have maintained their title push. Killie host Arbroath in their penultimate cinch Championship game on Friday knowing that victory would clinch the title – but defeat would put the part-timers on top. McInnes accepts counterpart Dick Campbell’s claims...
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Winning start for Derek McInnes as Kilmarnock beat Queen of the South

New Kilmarnock boss Derek McInnes got off to the perfect start with a 2-0 cinch Scottish Championship win at Queen of the South. McInnes, who has signed a contract until the summer of 2023, saw his side go close to taking the lead late in the first half when Rory McKenzie’s effort and then Christopher Burke’s follow-up were both cleared off the line.
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Kilmarnock: New boss Derek McInnes eyes promotion & transformative impact

Derek McInnes aims to have Kilmarnock back in the Scottish Premiership and challenging for Europe next season as he eyes a transformative impact similar to Steve Clarke at Rugby Park. The newly-appointed manager says there is no break clause in his 18-month contract should Kilmarnock fail to secure an immediate...
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Derek McInnes hoping to bring exciting football back to Kilmarnock

Derek McInnes recalled the excitement that Tommy Burns and Steve Clarke brought to Kilmarnock when he agreed to return to management in the cinch Championship. The former St Johnstone, Bristol City and Aberdeen manager is determined to ensure he and the club earn a swift return to the top flight and believes the potential will then be there to aim for European places and silverware.
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Kilmarnock: Has Derek McInnes got his hands full reviving Rugby Park club?

Kilmarnock have pulled off a coup by enticing Derek McInnes to try to reignite their title bid - but what awaits the former Aberdeen manager?. He inherits a club struggling to live up their billing as Scottish Championship favourites in pursuit of a top-flight return at the first attempt. Having...
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Derek McInnes signs 18-month deal to become new Kilmarnock manager

Derek McInnes has signed an 18-month deal to become the new manager of Scottish Championship club Kilmarnock. The 50-year-old has been out of work since leaving Aberdeen last March after eight years in charge. He replaces Tommy Wright, who was sacked last month after the Ayrshire club's promotion bid faltered...
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Derek McInnes keen to harness Kilmarnock potential after taking over as new boss

Kilmarnock have announced the appointment of Derek McInnes as their new manager on a contract running to the summer of 2023. The 50-year-old former St Johnstone, Bristol City and Aberdeen boss succeeds Tommy Wright, who was sacked last week after coming under fire from supporters when the cinch Championship title favourites endured a dip in form in December.
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Derek McInnes: Kilmarnock appoint former Aberdeen boss on deal until summer of 2023

Kilmarnock have appointed Derek McInnes as manager on an 18-month deal. McInnes has been out of work since being sacked by Aberdeen last March after a disappointing run of results. The 50-year-old former St Johnstone manager will replace Tommy Wright, who was sacked after the Ayrshire club's promotion bid faltered...
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Derek McInnes makes exciting claim about Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic

Considering all the circumstances, Celtic must be happy with where they sit at this point of time. The club ended their trophyless streak earlier in the campaign by winning the Scottish League Cup. Their focus must now turn towards the Premiership title race though, where the Rangers still hold an edge over them and have a six-point lead at the top. It is not something that cannot be overturned though.
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Derek McInnes: Former Aberdeen boss 'open to anything' after Pittodrie exit

Former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says he is "open to anything" as he ponders his next move in management. The 49-year-old departed Pittodrie last month after eight years with the Scottish Premiership club. Having also managed St Johnstone and Bristol City, McInnes says he is enjoying his time off while...
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