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  1. Raith replace FC Edinburgh as Hibs' friendly opponentspublished at 18:07

    Hibs will face Raith Rovers in a hastily-arranged friendly on Thursday after FC Edinburgh pulled out of their trip to Easter Road.

    The League 1 club can't fulfil the Thursday evening fixture because injuries and illness leaves them unable to field a team.

    Raith have now stepped in to provide the opposition and the match will take place behind closed doors at Easter Road at an earlier kick-off time of midday GMT.

  2. 'Where will the points come from?'published at 10:30

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    Lee Johnson will face his most challenging spell as Hibs manager when his side return to action later this month.

    There are some serious concerns as to whether he’ll survive in his role into the new year without a dramatic - and unlikely - upturn in form.

    Hibs went into the winter break on a run of six defeats in seven games - not far off the form that saw Shaun Maloney and Jack Ross lose their jobs...

    Hibs’ next four fixtures see them return to action at Ibrox, before hosting Livingston and Celtic – both of whom have already beaten Hibs this season, ahead of the new year derby at Tynecastle.

    It’s hard to see where the points will come from.

    Johnson faces an anxious wait to see if Ron Gordon has learned from his trigger-happy history with Hibs managers... could a derby win be enough to save him?

  3. Duncan turns 75published at 16:41 5 December

    Former Hibs winger and club legend Arthur Duncan celebrates his 75th birthday today.

    Duncan holds the record for most league appearances in Hibs colours, and is second on the all-time list behind Gordon Smith.

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  4. Gossip - McKirdy happy to be a maverickpublished at 10:57 5 December

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    Despite not enjoying "an ideal start" to life at Hibernian, Harry McKirdy says he is happy to be described as a "maverick" for his bright clothes and bold haircuts. (Scotsman), external

    Scottish football should set up a "crisis summit" or "working group" to address the spiralling cost of attending away games, argues Stuart Murphy, chief executive of the Scottish Football Supporters' Association.(Herald - subscription required), external

    Read the rest of today's Scottish gossip here.

  5. Johnson feels Hibs are on right track - gossippublished at 10:00 3 December

    Hibernian head coach Lee Johnson intends to maintain his game plan with away games against Rangers and Hearts on the horizon. (Record), external

    Johnson is adamant Hibs are moving in the right direction. (Edinburgh Evening News - subscription required), external

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  6. Hibs friendly goes behind closed doorspublished at 15:34 2 December

    Hibernian have confirmed that their friendly with League 1 outfit FC Edinburgh next week will be played behind closed doors because only a "limited" number of tickets have been sold.

    Those who had bought tickets for the game on Thursday, 8 Decmeber (19:00 GMT kick-off) will be refunded, with the match available to watch on the club's YouTube channel.

  7. On this day... Hibs knocked Hearts out of the cuppublished at 12:56 2 December

    This seems timely...

    On this day in 2012, Hibs knocked out holders Hearts in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

    David Wotherspoon's deflected strike ensured revenge was gained against Hibs' city rivals for the 5-1 hammering dished out in the previous season's final.

    Not only was Hearts' trophy defence ended, so too was their run of 12 unbeaten Edinburgh derbies.

    Remind yourself of the victory here.

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  8. Gossip - Johnson has McGeady planpublished at 10:03 2 December

    Hibs manager Lee Johnson plans to ease Aiden McGeady back into action before the Premiership return against Rangers in a fortnight. (The Herald), external

    Former Celtic and Hibs midfielder Liam Henderson, 26, could be set to play for his fifth Italian club with Spezia interested in signing him from Empoli next month. (Scottish Sun), external

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  9. Cups 'a bonus' amid rocky league formpublished at 11:07 1 December

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    We asked for your reaction to Hibs being drawn at home to Edinburgh rivals Hearts in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup...

    George: With Porteous almost a certain to leave in January and Boyle out for the season, we need to treat cups as a 'bonus' and concentrate on survival in the league. We're just OK at the moment - five points off third, but also five points off the relegation ply-off spot. So we have to restart post-World Cup on fire. Need a minimum of five points from the first three games or we'll struggle to survive.

  10. Boyle being treated like royalty published at 10:56 1 December

    Injured Hibs winger Martin Boyle is living up to his title as Australia's 'vibes manager' after having a laugh with national hero Matthew Leckie.

    Leckie's goal against Denmark booked the Aussies' place in the last 16 of the World Cup, but he swiftly resumed duties of pushing around the wheelchair-bound Boyle.

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  11. 'Johnson aims to trim bloated squad despite Boyle loss'published at 08:47 1 December

    Lee Johnson says he plans to trim what he believes is a bloated Hibernian squad he inherited when taking over as manager despite admitting that a replacement for Martin Boyle, the Australia winger ruled out for the rest of the season, would be ideal. (Edinburgh Evening News), external

    Read Thursday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

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  12. Premiership players star as Australia reach last 16published at 17:33 30 November

    A quartet of Scottish Premiership players had starring roles as Australia reached the World Cup knockout rounds for just the second time in their history with a stunning 1-0 win over Denmark.

    Celtic's Aaron Mooy played the full 90 minutes, as did Hearts' Kye Rowles and Aziz Behich of Dundee United, while St Mirren's Keanu Baccus came on at half-time.

    Rowles formed an impenetrable partnership with Aberdeen-born Harry Souttar - the "the centre-halves were the standouts" noted BBC pundit Jermaine Jenas - while Hearts duo Cammy Devlin and Nathaniel Atkinson were unused substitutes for the Socceroos, whose only previous foray beyond the groups came in 2006.

    Matthew Leckie scored the decisive goal in the second half and Australia held firm to spark delirium.

    Hibs forward Martin Boyle was ruled out of the tournament through injury just days before Australia's group opener, but didn't let the fact he was on crutches dampen his mood.

    For the second game in a row, manager Graham Arnold brought Boyle to the centre of a post-match huddle as the Aussies got the celebrations started.

    Arnold's men finish second behind France on goal difference, and will face Argentina in the last 16 on Saturday.

    Match report: Australia stun Denmark to progress

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    Celtic's midfielder Aaron Mooy, right, celebrates at full-time

  13. Johnson 'had Boyle pencilled in to face Rangers'published at 09:18 30 November

    Hibernian manager Lee Johnson had included Martin Boyle in his line-up to face Rangers in their first fixture after the World Cup finals before hearing the surprise news that the Australia winger has been ruled out for the season. (Edinburgh Evening News), external

    Read Wednesday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

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  14. Have your say on Scottish Cup drawpublished at 11:13 29 November

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    Hibs have been drawn at home against Edinburgh rivals Hearts in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

    Happy with that Hibs fans? Let us know your thoughts on the draw and hopes for the cup here.

  15. Johnson will continue to play Porteous - gossippublished at 10:31 29 November

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    Hibernian manager Lee Johnson insists has no qualms about continuing to play Ryan Porteous even though the Scotland defender sees his future away from Easter Road (Daily Record), external.

    Hibs forward Martin Boyle has revealed he woke up from surgery on a meniscus tear to find out he had also damaged the cruciate ligament in his knee, which ended his season (Scottish Daily Mail), external.

    Read the rest of today's Scottish gossip here.

  16. 'No surprise' Porteous turned down new deal - your viewspublished at 15:33 28 November

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    We asked for your thoughts on Ryan Porteous turning down a new contract at Hibs yesterday.

    Here's what you said:

    Stephen: Given the current state of Scottish football it comes as no surprise that Ryan has turned down a new deal to stay with Hibs. He's served his time, so time for him to move on and reap the rewards of playing proper competitive football so he can be a regular in the Scottish national side.

    Anon: Sell Ryan Porteous and Hibs are heading for a relegation

    George: Porto on his bike. No surprise. He's ready for a step up - Championship in England, perhaps even Nottingham Forest or another in the bottom 6/7 Premier League teams. We'll miss him, but not his red mist moments.

    Anon: Porteous? No great loss, in my book. Yes, he’s sorted out the ‘red mist’ syndrome in the main and, yes, he’s got a pass in him. But always got a mistake in him, in my opinion. Wrong side of strikers in the box more often than not, and fluffed clearances. He has put in some classy performances in his time with us, no doubting, but too many problems.

    Mark: Porteous is nowhere near as good as HE thinks he is. I won't miss his play-acting and sloppy marking. The central defence has been weak since McGregor started to get injuries and Ambrose left. We need two new no-nonsense CBs in January. Good quality early January signings are vital, or this season could turn into 2013/14 again.

  17. Have your say as Porteous looks set for exitpublished at 12:56 27 November

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    Ryan Porteous' Hibs career looks to be coming to an end after the club announced he has knocked back a new deal.

    Will he be sorely missed? Or is it the right time for the Scotland defender to move on?

    We want your views on the Porteous situation - so have your say here.

  18. Nisbet glad to be back after 'three-month pre-season'published at 10:46 27 November

    You won't hear Kevin Nisbet complaining about the lengthy mid-season break. The Hibs striker says it has come at the perfect time for him to step up his return from serious injury.

    The 2-0 friendly defeat to Middlesbrough on Saturday marked a milestone for Nisbet, who was playing his first game since February after knee surgery.

    “I’m delighted," the 25-year-old told Hibs TV. "It’s been nine months of hard work, long hours and long days, so it’s good to be back on the park.

    “Saturday was just about me getting minutes, getting my feel back, and it’s just about building up minutes now before the Rangers game.

    "I’ve been doing pre-season for the last three months if I’m honest, just running, so that’s why I looked decent out there.

    “Physically I’ve put the work in and the break has come at the right time for me to return to playing."

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    Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet played 45 minutes of the friendly loss to Middlesbrough

  19. Hibs could cash in again as Napoli eye Doig - gossippublished at 09:46 27 November

    Serie A leaders Napoli are ready to rival Lazio and Bologna to sign Josh Doig in January, with the 20-year-old Scot having made a big impact at Hellas Verona since his summer move from Hibs, who could cash in again thanks to sell-on clauses. (Sunday Mail), external

    Hibs boss Lee Johnson says it is "fantastic" to have striker Kevin Nisbet back from a nine-month injury lay-off, but admits he "tore into" his players for conceding two poor goals in Saturday's friendly loss to Middlesbrough. (Edinburgh Evening News), external

    Read all of Sunday's Scottish Gossip.