Neil Lennon slams ‘Mickey Mouse refereeing’ after Kilmarnock penalty

Neil Lennon branded the standard of refereeing in Scotland “Mickey Mouse” after the Hibs head coach was sent to the stand during his side’s 2-2 draw against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

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Hibs striker Florian Kamberi is mobbed by his team-mates having given the Easter Road side the lead after just 29 seconds against Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock 2-2 Hibs: Dream start counts for little as Hibs hang on for point

Hibs hit Kilmarnock with a whirlwind start, claiming two goals in the first nine minutes but were left hanging on for a point as the Ayrshire club mounted a terrific second half fight back.

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Kilmarnock 2-2 Hibs: How the Hibs players rated

Ratings for all 15 players who saw gametime at Rugby Park.

Martin Boyle celebrates scoring Hibs' third at Rugby Park in October

Lewis Stevenson: Hibs not fooled by last win at Kilmarnock

Lewis Stevenson has insisted none of Neil Lennon’s players will be fooled into a false sense of security by the memory of their last visit to Rugby Park as they head for Kilmarnock today.

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Steven Whittaker

Steven Whittaker closing in on return to Hibs first team

Steven Whittaker could be back for Hibs’ midweek match against Hamilton having played the entire 90 minutes of a match just once in the past four months, boss Neil Lennon has revealed.

Hibs and Killie will battle it out in front of the Sky Sports cameras. Picture: SNS

Kilmarnock v Hibs: Match preview and probable line-ups

Since Steve Clarke became manager of Kilmarnock the Ayrshire side have only lost to two teams. One is Aberdeen. And the other is the Edinburgh Hibees.

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Oli Shaw scores to make it 1-1 against Kilmarnock at Easter Road in December

Strikers have changed but Oli Shaw’s goal remains the same

Anthony Stokes and Simon Murray have gone, replaced by Jamie Maclaren and Florian Kamberi. But, as far as Hibs striker Oli Shaw is concerned, nothing has changed.

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has already masterminded two wins at Ibrox this season. Pic: SNS

Neil Lennon: Hibs don’t fear three Ibrox trips – but it wouldn’t be fair

Neil Lennon has admitted he wouldn’t be happy if Hibs were forced to face Rangers at Ibrox for a third time this season – but the head coach insisted it would hold no fears for his players.

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Jamie Maclaren, left, and Florian Kamberi, right, have formed an instant rapport. Picture: SNS

Why Kamberi & Maclaren are a better strike-partnership than Murray & Stokes

Craig Fowler looks at Hibs’ new pairing in attack and explains why Neil Lennon seems to have found the answer to his problems

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Scott Allan has hit the ground running back at Hibs

Hibs midfield trio are hailed as a ‘striker’s dream’

The current Hibs midfield represents a striker’s dream, according to a man who has worked with all of its main protagonists.

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Kilmarnock's Lee Erwin shields the ball from Paul Hanlon when Hibs won 3-0 at Rugby Park last October

Hibs-Killie is meeting of two top-class managers – Paterson

Craig Paterson expects a compelling battle between Kilmarnock and Hibs as two managers “at the top of their game” go head-to-head at Rugby Park on Saturday.


In pictures: How Easter Road, home of Hibs, has changed over the years

With Hibs having played at Easter Road since 1893, we take a look back at the last 60 years of the stadium and how it has changed over time

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Jamie Maclaren has been getting into good positions, but has only netted once so far in his Hibs career. Pic: SNS

Jamie Maclaren: I’ve got a score to settle at Hibs

Like any striker, Jamie Maclaren has that unwavering faith in his own ability, shrugging off spurned goal-scoring chances and only looking forward to the next opportunity that comes his way.

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Innes Murray  scored a double for Hibs in Kelty

Goal blitz takes Hibs Under-20s five points clear at top

Hibs moved five points clear at the top of the SPFL Development League as they came from behind to beat St Johnstone 4-1 thanks to a three-goal blitz in five second-half minutes.

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Florian Kamberi has bagged two goals for Hibs

Hibs boss glad he took ‘gamble’ on Kamberi and Maclaren

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has admitted he took a gamble in replacing leading scorers Anthony Stokes and Simon Murray with two unknown strikers in Florian Kamberi and Jamie Maclaren.

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Neil Lennon and John McGinn

Neil Lennon: I would let Hibs players go on Scots summer tour

Neil Lennon has insisted he wouldn’t stand in the way of any of his players taking part in Scotland’s controversial summer tour – even if Hibs win a place in next season’s Europa League.

Neil Lennon promotes the SPFL Trust Golf Day. Pic: Neil Hanna

Neil Lennon hails work being done to tackle mental health in sport

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has welcomed the fact that sport is taking a far more progressive approach to mental health, insisting that while the problem appears to be more prevalent today, it has always been there.

Neil Lennon has revealed his anger and sadness for his former teammates abused by Barry Bennell. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Neil Lennon ‘angry and sad’ for friends abused by Barry Bennell

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has expressed his anger and sadness that two close former teammates were victims of the convicted serial paedophile ex-coach Barry Bennell.

Florian Kamberi has bagged two goals for Hibs

Florian Kamberi: Hibs should’ve beaten Aberdeen by more

Florian Kamberi has claimed Hibs could have scored “four or five” more goals as they defeated Aberdeen to close in on second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

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Scott Allan put in an impressive display for Hibs. Pic: SNS

Hibs reaction: Scott Allan was the key in defeat of Aberdeen

Many scoffed when Neil Lennon declared his ambition for the season was to see Hibs finish second in the Premiership.

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