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Hibs ventured to East End Park in what was John Hughes' first pre-season friendly in charge of the club and returned with a resounding 4-0 victory...With that in mind, few will be rushing to read too much into Saturday's demolition of First Division
Easter Road stalwart Murray was crucial to Hibs' push for European football this season and is relishing returning for what is set to be an early start to next term. But before all that, the 29-year-old will witness the birth of his first child.
He'll be running the rule over Hibs defender Sol Bamba as he mulls over his squad ahead of the World Cup finals in South Africa. The boys have worked really hard for this and will rightly be crowned champions. Hopefully, they will finish with a
S defence has gone from being the most dependable in the league, to by far the leakiest in recent months. In the first 16 matches of the SPL season, Hibs conceded only ten goals – the best in the league, along with Rangers who had also conceded ten
00+4:22 The referee signals the end of the game. Kevin McBride gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Michael McGlinchey...Michael McGlinchey gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Liam Miller.
Ian Georgeson Such situations invariably favour the side which does not need the three points, but on Saturday it was Hearts who remained calm, and hapless Hibernian who played as if a trapdoor were about to open underneath them. And it was not
Hearts and Hibernian have long contended the Edinburgh derby is preferable to the Old Firm clash, and yesterday they found support from a man who has played in both. • Passions regularly run high during the Edinburgh derby and Ian Murray, front, is
Edinburgh derby terrain first hand, Darren Jackson is the football equivalent of a cartographer. He played for, captained and scored for both sides in the fixture. He was one of the exhaling-deeply Hibernian players who brought an end to 22-game
First, it was Tony Mowbray, who indicated after his last, disastrous match in charge of Celtic that his philosophy might not be suited to the Scottish Premier League. Now it is John Hughes, wondering if his Hibernian players are good enough to
European places after a lengthy dip in form, but manager John Hughes argued yesterday their season has to be regarded as a success whatever happens. Although his team have fallen some way from the heights they hit when they were challenging Celtic