Celtic win fair play award

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Hibernian had the worst disciplinary record in the 2011/12 Scottish Premier League, with Celtic taking the prize of being the best behaved club in the division.
Our season-long look at the discipline of the SPL’s clubs and players has reached its conclusion and charts the total crime count for the campaign.
Having accumulated 80 yellow cards, 12 more than any other side, Hibs scrapped their way to top flight safety, finishing ahead of Rangers by four points.
Our club count throughout the season awarded one point for a yellow card and two for a red, with Celtic finishing a total 44 points behind the Edinburgh club in a season of good behaviour.
On the player front, St Mirren’s Jim Goodwin pipped Richie Foran at the post to be the worst behaved of the campaign, picking up 13 yellow cards. It’s no surprise that both will miss the first day of next season through suspension.
 
Mrs Cameron

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