Hibs manager Neil Lennon has admitted to finding himself in a surreal situation, facing one of the Edinburgh club’s biggest games of the season but stripped of two key players because of international commitments.
Hibs manager Neil Lennon has admitted to finding himself in a surreal situation,
facing one of the Edinburgh club’s biggest games of the
season but stripped of two of his key players because of international commitments.
Sunderland boss David Moyes is said to be keen on Hibernian striker Jason Cummings and may make a move in the summer.
Dave King again finds himself involved in financial breaches after his South African company was hit with a £64,000 penalty, Barry Ferguson and John Brown are in the running to become Pedro Caixinha’s local assistant at Rangers, and Sunderland are keen on Hibs striker Jason Cummings.
Good one week, bad the next - could the big defender explain it? Jordon Forster looked puzzled but had a go. “Dundee United was Friday night, on the telly, a big match atmosphere. Then it’s Dumbarton, not such a good atmosphere, not on the telly…”
John McGinn fully intends to play his way into contention for Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia, despite the desire of Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon to have him released from international duty early.
It is hard to shake the feeling serendipity was smiling on Kudus Oyenuga as the Morton striker celebrated his 24th birthday by ending a four-month goal drought to secure a precious 1-0 win over Falkirk.
John Hughes used the tough love approach to management in the build up to this game and was rewarded with a gritty, determined display that earned Raith Rovers a second victory in their past three games.