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Dundee pile pressure on city rivals with long-awaited derby win

DUNDEE secured a first derby victory over rivals United since November 2004 to move into the top six of the Scottish Premiership.

The Dark Blues’ top scorer Greg Stewart opened the scoring on 13 minutes when his 20-yard shot slipped through the grasp of United goalkeeper Radoslaw Cierzniak. 673 more words

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Hibernian - one fans view

It’s been a week, yes a week, since the Mad Axeman of East Mains wielded his axe and cut fourteen players from our squad.  All out of contract or loan players and probably most did deserve it.   1,032 more words

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Terry Butcher Spells Out Vision For The Future

For the sixth time in seven years, the Easter Road press room was packed to capacity as Rod Petrie announced that former England captain Terry Butcher would succeed Pat Fenlon as the new Hibs’ manager. 991 more words


Nelson Looking For Home Win To Reward Fans

Worryingly for the fans, Hibs have won just one of their last 11 home games although six away wins during the same period has eased the pressure on Pat Fenlon. 683 more words


Dubliner Heffernan To Fight For Hibs Place

Dubliner Paul Heffernan has seen enough of his fellow strikers on the training ground to convince him that he will have to fight for his place in a goal-shy Hibs team that has only scored three goals in six competitive games, all of which were scored by midfielders.. 718 more words


Hibs Europa League Hopes Hang In The Balance

Hibs’ hopes of reaching the Europa League group stages hang in the balance after a two goal defeat to Malmo in Sweden last night.

It could have been much worse as Malmo scored two early goals inside two minutes but a resilient performance coupled with some heroics from Ben Williams kept the tie alive. 329 more words


Hibs Start Season With 1-1 Draw Against Dumbarton

Hibs started the season with a 1-1 draw in the friendly against Ian Murray’s Dumbarton at the Bet Butler Stadium.

Pat Fenlon handed three players their first start in the green and white jersey, teenage defender Bradley Donaldson took the right back spot, whilst summer singings Owain Tudor-Jones who joined the club from Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Liam Craig who joined from St Johnstone started in midfield. 231 more words