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  1. Johnson plays numbers gamepublished at 12:04

    Some will be looking for hints about new manager Lee Johnson's hit-parade preferences after he announced Hibernian's squad numbers for the coming season.

    Straight in at number one, as expected, is goalkeeping arrival from Queens Park Rangers David Marshall, while former Central Coast Mariners right-back Lewis Miller is also a new entry at number two.

    Nohan Kenneh, the defensive arrival from Leeds United, replaces Motherwell signing Paul McGinn at number six, while former Benfica winger Jair Tavares is at 10 and Rainbow loanee striker Momodou Bojang is at 17.

    Midfielder Jake Doyle-Hayes moves up from 22 to eight, while player of the year Chris Cadden jumps 15 places to 12, Ewan Henderson is up from 80 to 18 after the midfielder's loan from Celtic was made permanent and young striker Elias Melkersen is 20 instead of 34.

    However, not too much should be read into the numbers given that newest signings Elie Youan, the striker on loan from St Gallen, and former Sunderland winger Aiden McGeady have taken 23 and 46 respectively.

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  2. Hibs pumping iron in Portugalpublished at 11:17

    Hibernian are working up a sweat in their pre-season training camp in Portugal.

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  3. Hibs confirm squad numberspublished at 09:53

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  4. Early starts for Hibs' home gamespublished at 16:18 27 June

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  5. Hibs linked with St Patrick's winger Burnspublished at 09:27 27 June

    Celtic and Hibernian are tracking Republic of Ireland Under-21 winger Darragh Burns, but Brighton and Hove Albion and Shamrock Rovers are both also interested in the 19-year-old currently with St Patrick's Athletic. (Irish Independent), external

    Former Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean says he cannot rule out leaving Hibernian if a chance to return to management arises, but he insists he is happy at Easter Road for now and is focused on his role as academy director. (Daily Record), external

    Read Monday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

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  6. Five weeks to go...published at 21:44 26 June

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    Just a gentle reminder of where your side is going on the opening day of the 2022-23 Premiership.

    Last season almost felt never-ending with the international schedule at the start of June, and we were all due a break by the end of it.

    But with five weeks to go, excitement is bubbling away already for the start of next term.

    By the end of next month we'll be bursting and ready to go.

  7. Hibs arrive in Portugal for pre-season camppublished at 21:36 26 June

    Lee Johnson's Hibernian have landed in the Algarve as they begin their warm weather pre-season preparations.

    The only member missing from the 27-man squad is new signing Momodou Bojang, who is awaiting work permit paperwork to be approved.

    The camp will allow Johnson's other new recruits to settle in while key quartet Paul Hanlon, Kyle Magennis, Demetri Mitchell and Kevin Nisbet will ramp up their recoveries from injury.

    The week-long trip will see Hibs face English lower-league opposition in Hartlepool United (Wednesday) and Burton Albion (Friday).

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  8. Hibs academy director explains youth strategypublished at 18:56 25 June

    Hibernian's youth players will not be involved in the Lowland League and academy director Steve Kean says that is to increase their chances of being involved in the first team.

    Celtic and Rangers' B teams have retained their places in the Lowland League for next season and will be joined by Heart of Midlothian.

    "The main reason was we feel that if we can play games on a Tuesday evening or a Tuesday afternoon, some of our games are going to be played against English teams," Kean told BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.

    "We've got a friendly competition against Brentford, Middlesbrough, Huddersfield, Queens Park Rangers, Blackburn - different types of games - as well as playing in the reserve league, the reserve cup and also the Uefa Youth League.

    "We feel that with playing on a Tuesday, the players can then be available to be involved with the first team on a Saturday, if they can catch the manager's eye.

    "We feel that pathway is slightly easier. We just feel that was a better way for us."

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  9. McGeady 'a wonderful signing' for Hibspublished at 16:30 25 June

    Kenny Miller believes winger Aiden McGeady will be a "wonderful signing" for former club Hibernian.

    Republic of Ireland cap McGeady, 36, has agreed a one-year deal at Easter Road after leaving Sunderland.

    McGeady and Miller were team-mates at Celtic.

    "Really good signing, he's still been playing at a really good level the last few years," Miller told BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.

    "A top player, he really is. It'll be a wonderful signing. He'll create a lot in those forward areas."

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    Aiden McGeady and Kenny Miller in 2006

  10. First glimpse of Hibs' latest recruitpublished at 12:42 25 June

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  11. Can McGeady still light up top flight?published at 11:57 25 June

    Twelve years after he last graced Scotland's top division with Celtic, Aiden McGeady has been coaxed back by Hibernian.

    The arrival of a 36-year-old plagued by recent injury troubles wouldn't normally create a buzz of excitement among a fanbase, but McGeady is no ordinary player.

    The winger's guile and dancing feet helped him to three league titles among seven honours at Celtic and took him to Russia and England's Premier League as well as appearing at two European Championships with Republic of Ireland, for whom he has 93 caps.

    Even though the lightning pace has subsided, he was a stand-out and fans' favourite for Sunderland in recent years.

    However, a serious knee injury cut short his final campaign on Wearside and raises questions over whether he can hit the ground running at Easter Road.

    McGeady's last game was seven months ago and the rigours of the Scottish Premiership will present a stern test.

    Manager Lee Johnson - having worked with McGeady at Sunderland - knows how to get the best out of him and his experience is welcome in a youthful Hibs squad.

    Should the player recapture peak fitness and form, Hibs will reap the benefits.

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    Aiden McGeady has signed a one-year deal with Hibs after being released by Sunderland

  12. No contact from Utd for Doidge - gossippublished at 09:56 25 June

    Hibs have had no contact from Dundee United over their reported interest in striker Christian Doidge. (Edinburgh Evening News), external

    Read all of Saturday's Scottish Gossip here.

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  13. 'It was a no-brainer for me'published at 21:15 24 June

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  14. Hibs' McGregor relishing new player-coach rolepublished at 11:44 24 June

    Stalwart defender Darren McGregor knew his days were numbered in Hibernian's first team - so he is thrilled to have landed a new player-coaching role with the development squad.

    The 36-year-old, who has 188 Hibs appearances under his belt and was part of the 2016 Scottish Cup-winning team, will work alongside academy director Steve Kean and Gareth Evans.

    "At the end of last season I was lucky enough to have that unforgettable game where I was able to captain the team to a 4-0 win with my kids beside me as mascots,” said McGregor.

    “I think after that game I knew my playing time would be very limited next season. Steve Kean spoke to me shortly afterwards and proposed the idea that I could help out with the development squad.

    "It is a great opportunity as it can allow me to continue playing while also developing my coaching experience under the mentorship of Steve and Gareth. "

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  15. Hibs close in on McGeady signingpublished at 08:52 24 June

    Aiden McGeady is set to undergo a medical at Hibs, who hope to complete the signing of the former Celtic and Sunderland winger before they fly out to Portugal on Sunday for a pre-season training camp. (Edinburgh Evening News), external

    Dundee United are considering a move for Hibs striker Christian Doidge, who new Tannadice head coach Jack Ross worked with at Easter Road. (Courier), external

    Premiership clubs are poised for crisis talks over Rangers' continuing sponsorship row with the SPFL amid fears that the Ibrox club - who are no longer required to participate in the agreement with car dealer cinch - may be exempt from promoting any other commercial deals secured by the league. (Daily Record), external

    Read all of Friday's Scottish Gossip here.

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  16. Back-up keeper Mitchell in Hibs exitpublished at 15:53 23 June

    Goalkeeper David Mitchell has left Hibernian without playing a first-team game.

    The 32-year-old signed from Clyde last summer to provide back-up to Matt Macey - who this week joined Luton Town - and Kevin Dąbrowski.

    Former Scotland keeper David Marshall has arrived to be Hibs' number one for the upcoming season, with Mitchell’s exit allowing 17 year-old Murray Johnson greater involvement with the senior squad.

    Mitchell said: “It’s been a tough decision but I am now at an age where the most important thing for me is playing.

    “The manager was very understanding and the club made the process very easy for me."

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    David Mitchell has quit Hibs in search of first-team football

  17. Johnson's squad are Portugal boundpublished at 12:28 23 June

    Hibs have started their first pre-season under new manager Lee Johnson and will head to the Algarve on Sunday for a  "week-long intensive training camp".

    While in Portugal, the Easter Road side will take on Paul Hartley's Hartlepool United (29 June) and Burton Albion (1 July) in friendly matches.

    Hibs then open their League Cup campaign at home to Clyde on 9 July and host Norwich City in a friendly on 24 July.

    Johnson's side begin their league campaign away to St Johnstone on 30 July.

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    Lee Johnson is preparing for his first season as Hibs boss

  18. Double exit in changing of Hibs guardpublished at 21:42 22 June

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    Ricki Lamie and Paul McGinn will be team-mates instead of rivals next season

    Paul McGinn's departure from Hibernian to Motherwell so soon after a belated first cap for Scotland - and the announcement of a new one-year contract extension - is a strange one on the surface.

    But it is an indication of new manager Lee Johnson's determination to build his own squad.

    McGinn's new deal was triggered automatically because of his number of appearances last season, but the 31-year-old left on the same day as Luton Town-bound goalkeeper Matt Macey in the search for more likely first-team starts.

    Macey obviously saw himself being relegated from first choice on the arrival of former Scotland international David Marshall.

    Meanwhile, not even the disappointment of loanee Harry Clarke's recall by Arsenal could guarantee a place for McGinn, despite that international recognition in September.

    Lewis Miller, 10 years his junior, has been added from Central Coast Mariners to compete with Chris Cadden for a right-sided berth.

    In central defence, 22-year-old Rocky Bushiri's loan from Norwich City has been made permanent and Kyle McClelland has arrived from Rangers, albeit the 20-year-old starts in the development squad.

    And you imagine yet more reinforcements are planned by Johnson, who appears to be banking on youth, ahead of the new season.

  19. Ross on why 'gut instinct' led him to Utd jobpublished at 14:15 22 June

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, new Dundee United head coach Jack Ross says: “I wanted to have a break to reflect and re-energise [after being sacked by Hibernian]. This opportunity felt right from the first conversations.

    “Other times in the last few months [I've had offers but] there’s been professional reasons, person reasons, timing, gut instinct, that has just made me try and remain patient.

    "You can go through periods of frustration because you miss working on a regular basis and the intensity. I’ve kept busy – done a lot of coach education for the SFA which was brilliant – so I wasn’t panicking or rushing to do it.

    “I needed to feel that gut instinct that this is the right opportunity to go back in."

    On squad building, Ross says: "We are relatively light on numbers and a lot of those are really young players.

    "We absolutely need to strengthen the group and are playing a little bit of catch-up because of the managerial situation over the past few weeks.

    "Over the last couple of days we’ve done a lot of work in identifying players we think will strengthen us."

    On his Hibs exit: "I don’t need to prove anything to myself or the other clubs I’ve been at.

    "I feel I’ve always delivered relative success and my focus now is on trying to do that for Dundee United."

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    Jack Ross has spoken to the media for the first time since his Dundee United appointment

  20. Hibs fans' views on transfer activitypublished at 11:17 22 June

    Brian: Manager seems to have more knowledge of signings outside Scotland than any of the previous managers. He gives me confidence.

    Kieran: Signings look promising but need a couple more with experience. Gutted to lose Harry Clarke, don't know why the board included a loan break clause in his deal because he is a superb talent.

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