“Furious” Hibs manager Neil Lennon called for the supporter who hit him with a coin during a stormy goalless Edinburgh derby to be “singled out”.
Lennon was struck “on the jaw” moments after appearing to celebrate Hearts having an injury-time goal disallowed.
Hearts keeper Zdenek Zlamal was also “punched” by a fan while both assistant referees, Frank Connor and David McGeachie, were struck by objects.
“It’s unsavoury to say the least. It’s unacceptable,” Lennon said.
“People will say I was winding the crowd up; I wasn’t. I was just giving a bit back for the abuse I was taking for 90 minutes.”
Hearts counterpart Craig Levein said it was “ridiculous” Lennon and Zlamal were subjected to such attacks. Read more