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Martin Boyle determined to keep improving at Hibs

Martin Boyle is intent on maintaining his significant improvement in the upcoming season after being transformed from fringe man to main man in his three-and-a-half years with Hibs.

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David Gray scores for Hibs against Brondby in 2016. Pic: SNS

Brondby performance ‘will inspire Hibs in Europa League campaign’

Martin Boyle feels Hibs can use memories of their impressive display against Brøndby two years ago to inspire them as they embark on their latest Europa League adventure in three weeks’ time.

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Hibs players back in training ahead of Europa League qualifiers

The bulk of the Hibs squad return to pre-season training today to begin preparations for next month’s Europa League qualifier.

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Martin Boyle delighted Hibs have tied down Kamberi

Martin Boyle has welcomed the return of Florian Kamberi to Hibs.

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Florian Kamberi, far right, was a popular figure among the Hibs players and fanbase. His permanent transfer from Grasshopper Zurich is a significant coup for the club. Pic: SNS

Comment: Florian Kamberi represents another shrewd signing by Hibs

Hibs fans are getting used to these slow-burning, angst-ridden summer transfer windows, but there is a pattern emerging whereby they generally end up getting what they want.

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Neil Lennon will use all his experience to build Hibs' squad

Michael Weir: Hibs right not to rush into transfer market

Michael Weir insists Hibs are right not to rush their summer recruitment as anxiety grows among supporters over the lack of new signings so far.

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Lewis Stevenson ‘can be Hibs’ left-back for years to come’

Lewis Stevenson can be Hibs’ first-choice left-back for years to come, according to the man who had to leave Easter Road after being unable to remove him from the team.

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Callum Crane

Callum Crane: I knew I didn’t have much of a chance at Hibs

Callum Crane feels he’s landed on his feet after parachuting out of Hibs and straight into another Premiership club.

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Dylan McGeouch ‘sure to be tempted by Hibs offer’

Dylan McGeouch will still be giving serious consideration to staying at Hibs, according to former team-mate Farid El Alagui.

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Alan Stubbs is unveiled as St Mirren's new manager. Pic: SNS

Alan Stubbs on St Mirren, Scottish football and returning to face Hibs

A little over two years after vacating the scene as a freshly-crowned Scottish Cup-winning Hibs legend, Alan Stubbs is back in Scottish football aiming to restore positive momentum to a managerial path which has so far led to him being revered in Leith and ridiculed in Rotherham.

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Cammy Bell. Pic: SNS

Cammy Bell departs Hibs as Efe Ambrose call is slammed

Cammy Bell has left Hibs after the club decided against offering the back-up goalkeeper a contract extension.

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James McDonaugh

Edinburgh City coach backed by club to ring the changes

After seven gruelling months of ship-steadying in his first senior managerial role, James McDonaugh is ready to embark on a summer rebuild at Edinburgh City which he hopes will allow them to move away from the League Two relegation zone and closer to the promotion shake-up next term.

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Jack Hamilton made a rare start for Hearts against Kilmarnock on Sunday

Hearts boss set to decide on keeper Jack Hamilton’s future

Craig Levein will assess Jack Hamilton’s situation over the summer as he is wary of the highly-regarded back-up goalkeeper stagnating at Hearts.

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Chris Hamilton

Chris Hamilton looks back on Hearts debut and thanks Aaron Hughes

Partnering a full internationalist 22 years his senior and in direct opposition to a prolific striker 18 years older and several pounds heavier than him, Chris Hamilton was welcomed into the world of professional football with a proper test of his mettle on Sunday.

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Hearts kid Chris Hamilton praised after Kris Boyd battle

Craig Levein heaped praise on teenage centre-back Chris Hamilton for standing up to the challenge of Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd on his Hearts debut yesterday.

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Hearts midfielders Harry Cochrane, left, and Ross Callachan battle with Kilmarnock's Youssouf Mulumbu

Hearts reaction: Teenagers help Craig Levein in face of adversity

It was fitting, in a way, that Hearts ended this persistently-testing season placed in the face of significant adversity.

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Hearts' Anthony McDonald competes with Kilmarnock defender Scott Boyd

Kilmarnock 1, Hearts 0: Spirited young Jambos side edged out

A makeshift and ultra-youthful Hearts side put up a spirited display as they suffered a narrow defeat to Kilmarnock on the last day of the Scottish Premiership season.

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Neil Lennon has said he'll reconsider his position as Hibs head coach

Comment: Hibs’ harmony punctured by Neil Lennon quit threat

Stunned looks everywhere. As Neil Lennon left Tynecastle’s press room just after 10pm on Wednesday, journalists gaped at each other in astonishment, as if to double-check with colleagues that the Hibs manager’s post-match interview had really contained the landscape-altering words “I’ll reconsider my position now over the summer”.

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Steven Naismith celebrates with fellow goalscorer Kyle Lafferty

Hearts 2, Hibs 1: Jam Tarts end rivals’ hopes of second spot

Hibs’ hopes of a top-two finish in the Scottish Premiership were ended after they were defeated by fired-up Hearts at Tynecastle.

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Don Cowie: Beating Hibs would be important consolation for Hearts fans

There may be nothing more than professional pride at stake for Hearts, but Don Cowie is under no illusions about how important tomorrow’s match against Hibs is for the club’s supporters.

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