Having grown up a Hibs fan,
Darren McGregor is under no illusions. He knows that while the club will do its best to hold on to its best talent, there will come a time when the main players will exit stage right and head off to chase loftier ambitions and bigger pay packets. Such is life.
Mark Warburton remains hopeful the truth will emerge about his exit from Rangers, Alex McLeish says he’d consider becoming a director of football, and Jamie Walker has revealed his disappointment at missing out on the Scotland squad.
Neil Lennon has not totally given up hope of having John McGinn in his side for the crucial head to head with Falkirk next weekend. But he accepts holding on to his star midfielder longer term may be becoming more and more unlikely.
West Brom are the latest club to be linked with a summer move for Hibernian starlet John McGinn.
The top 12 goalkeepers currently playing in Scottish football at the moment, as voted by members of The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast
Leigh Griffiths has criticised referee Bobby Madden for his failure to award Celtic a late penalty against Rangers, David Moyes is keeping tabs on a trio of Hibs players, and Stuart Armstrong will be included in Gordon Strachan’s next Scotland squad.
Andrew Shinnie insists Hibernian can survive without Jason Cummings, the striker who scored a match winner against Dundee United and still ended up apologising to his teammates afterwards.
Winning cures all. Had Dundee United stolen a point from Friday night’s game in the dying minutes then the attitude towards Jason Cummings from within the Easter Road dressing room might have been a little bit different.