Chris Humphrey: I’ve no problem with Lenny’s tirades

Chris Humphrey has no problem with Neil Lennon ripping into the Hibs players when he sees fit because he knows from personal experience that the manager is just as likely to display his compassionate side behind closed doors.

Neil Lennon will give some development players a chance tonight

Hibs boss to give top stars the night off against Raith

Neil Lennon is set to field a much-changed Hibs team against Raith Rovers this evening as he gives several of his Championship-winning mainstays some time off.

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Oli Shaw

Oli Shaw continues prolific Hibs Under-20s form with treble

Oli Shaw continued his sensational scoring run for Hibs Under-20s as he bagged a hat-trick in the 4-0 SPFL Development League win over Partick Thistle at Oriam.

St Johnstone's Danny Swanson is joining Hibs next season. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Danny Swanson: Why I’m swapping St Johnstone for Hibs

Danny Swanson has admitted it was a tough decision to leave St Johnstone but the chance to join Hibs was too good to turn down.

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Striker Grant Holt is happy at Hibs

Grant Holt hopes strong finish to season earns him Hibs deal

Grant Holt is hopeful that his form in the second half of the campaign proves enough to earn him a contract extension at Hibs.

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Grant Holt celebrates after his first-half header  brought Hibs back into the semi-final, main picture

Grant Holt: I’ve won over my critics

Grant Holt knows his presence in the Hibs team hasn’t always been unanimously appreciated by supporters, but the veteran striker believes that, over the course of the season, he has vindicated Neil Lennon’s decision to sign him last summer.

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Neil Lennon. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Neil Lennon: Hibs are second-best team in Scotland

Neil Lennon has boldly claimed Hibs are “the second best team in the country”, despite losing out to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final at the weekend.

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Ofir Marciano has admitted that he's keen to stay at Hibs. Pic: SNS

Analysis: Why keeping Ofir Marciano is vital for Hibs next season

On a weekend when good news for Hibs was reasonably thin on the ground after their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Aberdeen, it must have been heartening for the Easter Road faithful to hear goalkeeper Ofir Marciano say in the post-match debriefing that he wants to stay at the club beyond this season.

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Darren McGregor has been in excellent form for Hibs this season

Darren McGregor lands Hibs’ player of the year award

Defender Darren McGregor has been named Hibs’ player of the year at the club’s annual award ceremony.

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Neil Lennon was scathing about his team's display but he's simply a winner

Michael Weir: At least Hibs went down fighting in cup defence

Hibs have had a great run in the Scottish Cup over the past two seasons and although it would have been nice to get back to the final, the main thing was we went down fighting in our defence of the trophy.

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The unfortunate Darren McGregor, left, joins in with his team-mates as they thank the fans at Hampden

Regret for Hibs but Hampden show bodes well for next season

Another exhilarating Scottish Cup match at Hampden that ended 3-2 and involved a late winner, but, unlike 11 months previously, this time there was to be no glory for spirited Hibs.

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Ofir Marciano has settled into life in Edinburgh

Goalkeeper Ofir Marciano keen to stay at Hibs

Ofir Marciano has revealed he wishes to stay at Hibs for their return to the Premiership next season if a deal can be struck with his parent club FC Ashdod.

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Jamie Insall. Picture: JP resell.

Hibs striker Jamie Insall fails drugs test

Hibs striker Jamie Insall has failed a drugs test.

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Hibernian goalkeeper Ofir Marciano tries to rescue a draw. Pic: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

Aberdeen and Hibs exhibit a bright future for Scottish football

A thrilling encounter at Hampden was the latest staging post in the growth of Scottish football. Derek McInnes has another chance to cement his legacy, while Hibs persevered tour ends but progress continues at Easter Road, writes Joel Sked.

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Hibernian's John McGinn completes with Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie. Pic: SNS/Craig Williamson

Five things we learned from Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen

Aberdeen progress to May’s Scottish Cup final where they wait for the winners from the Old Firm derby after a thrilling clash with Hibernian. Here are five things we learned from the engrossing encounter.

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Hibernian's John McGinn and Aberdeen's Jonny Hayes battle for the ball. Pic: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen: How the players rated on each side

Ratings out of ten for every player in the first Scottish Cup semi-final of the weekend.

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon slammed his players. Pic: SNS/Bill Murray

Neil Lennon slams “pathetic” Hibs performance

Neil Lennon brandished his team’s performance “pathetic” despite a valiant effort to come back from losing two goals in the opening half an hour.

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Aberdeen's Adam Rooney and Hibernian's Marvin Bartley battle. Pic: SNS/Bill Murray

Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen: Lennon’s men exit cup with heads held high

Hibs’ defence of the Scottish Cup ended in spirited fashion after Aberdeen edged an exhilarating semi-final at Hampden.

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Hibs fans will outnumber their Aberdeen counterparts today

Lennon feels for Dons as 20,000 Hibbies head for Hampden

Neil Lennon admits he has sympathy for Aberdeen supporters, who will be outnumbered by their Hibs counterparts at Hampden today.

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Hibs captain David Gray will have to deal with the threat of Jonny Hayes

Darren McGregor sure Hibs can stop Aberdeen’s wide boys

Darren McGregor is confident Hibs are equipped to clip Aberdeen’s wings as they face their toughest test of the season at Hampden today.

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