We’re all living a busy and hectic lifestyle; every minute is precious hence we at Vital Hibernian are going to bring you, the reader a brief nine event look at the news over the last seven days concerning our beloved club.
An Easter Road crowd, just shy of 17,000 enjoyed, savored every moment and at the same time licked their lips at Saturday’s 6-0 thumping of Premiership strugglers, Hamilton Accies.
Following a string of poor results, plus one or two recent unsavory incidents Championship side Aston Villa’s hierarchy decided yesterday they could no longer tolerate manager of two years, Steve Bruce and removed him from his managerial post.
Darts Legend Gary Anderson To Play In Testimonial Darts Day
Source – official Hibees website.
The Paul Hanlon Testimonial Committee are delighted that Gary Anderson has agreed to headline the forthcoming Testimonial Darts Day.
Gary has already won three major events this year – the UK Open, World Matchplay and the Champions League of Darts. This will be his final event before playing in the World Darts Championships at Alexandra Palace.
Neil Lennon Insists He Hasn’t Paid Table-Topping Hearts Any Attention
Source – Daily Record.
Hibs boss Neil Lennon insists he hasn’t given table-topping rivals Hearts any attention.
Vital Hibs comment: “If that is the case he shouldn’t be in management. Of COURSE, Neil will be looking at the Premiership top and bottom clubs. Including Hearts.”
Hibs Post Pre-Tax Profits
Source – Daily Record.
Neil Lennon has been hailed as the reason Hibs are back in the black after posting a £200k pre-tax profit.
Easter Road chairman Rod Petrie revealed success on the pitch was a large part of the club’s financial success, and it doesn’t even include the money made from the sale of John McGinn.
Vital Hibs comment: “Being in the black is better than being in the red. Having said that I prefer green and white.”
Source – Scottish Sun.
Hibees gaffer Neil Lennon has already played down his team’s chances of lasting the pace, but on-loan Bournemouth midfielder Hyndman sees things differently.
Vital Hibs comment: “The title, rather than going to Glasgow will be warmly received in Edinburgh. I mean, are Celtic or Rangers going to challenge the mighty Hibs or Hearts (dirty word) this season?”
Analysis: Stevie Mallan’s nine goals outside the box for Hibs
Source – Edinburgh Evening News.
Stevie Mallan has scored nine times for Hibs since joining in the summer, all of which have arrived from outside the box. Joel Sked looks back at each goal.
Vital Hibs comment: “The boys on F-I-R-E.”
Florian Kamberi is showing Sunderland what they’re missing
Source – The Boot Room.
The Swiss striker is in fine form for Hibernian after choosing to reject Sunderland’s summer interest.
Vital Hibs comment: “Sunderland were too slow. Now go away and leave Florian well alone.”
Ambrose wins Hibs player of the month award
Source – The Sun News – Nigeria.
Hibernian supporters have selected Nigerian defender Efe Ambrose as their Newtown Décor Player of the Month Award for September.
Vital Hibs comment: “Congratulations Efe, and well deserved.”
Should Stevie Mallan Be On Celtic’s Radar Amid Lubo Miravcik Comparisons?
Source – HITC.
Barnsley must be kicking themselves. Back in July, the Tykes accepted a £150,000 bid from Hibernian for Stevie Mallan, and the 22-year-old has gone from strength to strength ever since showing why Barnsley bought him in the first place.
Vital Hibs comment: “I’ll happily pop down to Yorkshire and kick anyone who enjoys such pleasures!”
The international break and upon us and so I expect news filtering out of Easter Road over the next week or so will be on the quiet side.