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  1. Hibs 'didn't do enough'published at 17:53

    Hibernian Lee Johnson tells BBC Scotland: "It was a game of two halves in terms of our performance. We were really poor. They know their home surface, they know the way to play. They were brave and broke off the back of that.

    "Second half, we were much better and disappointing to be undone by poor defending from our point of view. We didn't have the quality to execute when there were good chances to do that.

    "It's a young team that doesn't know the SPFL. These are the lessons that you learn very quickly. We were up for it, but played into their hands too often.

    "I was just disappointed in two or three of our lads, athletically and mentally, going into the game. It's being able to be at your best when it matters most. You've got to be the best player at 0-0. It's easier to be a good player at 1-0 down.

    "There's some good players out there who didn't do enough today, it's as simple as that."

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    Johnson cuts a dejected figure on the touchline

  2. Lively in West Lothian as Lions find late winnerpublished at 17:49

    Andrew Petrie, BBC Scotland

    The epitome of a game of two-halves, but what a game it was.

    It really had it all. A fantastic first-half from Livingston, a spirited second-half from Hibs, chances and challenges aplenty.

    Livi were magnificent in the first-half. Jason Holt and Stephane Omeonga were terrier-like and Nouble ran riot up top.

    But Hibs hit back well in the second-half. They look a completely different side with Martin Boyle. Their confidence was non-existent before the winger came on, but as soon as he was introduced there was a feeling they could score with any attack.

    The late winner summed up Martindale's Livingston side, though. Entertaining and gritty in equal measure. They're great value.

  3. Line-ups from the Tony Macaroni Arenapublished at 13:53

    Livingston: George; Devlin, Fitzwater, Obileye, Montano, Omeonga, Kelly, Holt, Shinnie, Pittman, Nouble.

    Substitutes: Konovalov; Longridge, Brandon, Bitsindou, Cancar, Bahamboula, Mullin, Goncalves, Anderson

    Hibernian: Marshall; Cadden, Porteous, Hanlon, Cabraja, Kenneh, Newell, Henderson, Melkersen, Jair, Youan.

    Substitutes: Dabrowski; Miller, Doyle-Hayes, Doidge, Bojang, McGregor, McClelland, O MacIntyre, Boyle

  4. Youan praises attentive Hibs boss Johnsonpublished at 18:56 12 August

    Elie Youan reckons Lee Johnson has created "the best place to develop" with his man-management approach helping the French forward settle in at Hibs.

    The 23-year-old, on loan from Swiss side St Gallen, believes the pair's relationship can help him thrive in Scotland this season.

    “I’m having a lot of experience with this manager – he talks to me a lot during training, during games and also outside the training,” Youan said.

    “He is very friendly, I talk a lot with him on WhatsApp.

    “He is very interested in myself and I appreciate that. The relationship between player and manager is very important when you are a new player so I am happy to have that. I think this is the best place to develop myself.”

    Youan is enjoying his time at Hibs already and, in particular, life in the capital.

    “I feel good here,” he said. “The adaptation has been good.

    “I have been in the city with some team-mates and I really love the city. I live close to the water which is good for training and enjoying my time."

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  5. Further Hibs signings hinge on exitspublished at 19:35 11 August

    Hibernian head coach Lee Johnson is "open" to adding to his 11 new signings, but says players would need to depart first.

    "There will probably have to be a couple of outs if there are to be any ins now," he said ahead of his team's Scottish Premiership game at Livingston on Saturday.

    "We've probably just tickled over the budget for where we are and where we need to be. But in saying that, we're always open and there's always a little room for manoeuvre."

  6. Johnson defends Hibs' derby celebrationspublished at 16:09 11 August

    Lee Johnson has told Hearts to focus on themselves as he shrugged off Tynecastle claims that his Hibernian side overdid their celebrations following the 95th-minute equaliser in last weekend's Edinburgh derby.

    Martin Boyle - who came off the bench for his first appearance after seven months in Saudi Arabia - salvaged a point to send Easter Road wild, with a small number of home fans entering the pitch.

    Hearts defender Toby Sibbick said the scenes were "like they've won the league or a trophy" and added: "It puts it into perspective where we both are".

    Tynecastle boss Robbie Neilson also appeared to take a swipe at Hibs' celebrations when he said: "We had a brilliant season last year, finished third, we have (European) group-stage football coming, so when we come to these places and drop points it's going to be a big thing for the opposition."

    Asked about the comments from across the city, Hibs head coach Johnson, whose side visit Livingston on Saturday, said: "I certainly won't apologise for the perception of over-celebrating because it was a good goal for us.

    "The timing and the crescendo that was built up, I don't think anybody should worry about us and how we celebrate.

    "It wasn't offensive to anybody. It was just us elated at a really good moment at an important time in the game."

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    Martin Boyle marked his first appearance since returning to Hibs with a dramatic derby equaliser

  7. Choose your Hibernian XIpublished at 15:36 11 August

    What should Lee Johnson's starting line-up be away to Livingston on Saturday? Here's your chance to pick your XI.

    Pick your team here.

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  8. Hibs 'set to sign' teenage strikerpublished at 21:19 10 August

    Hibernian are reportedly set to add to their summer spending with the signing of Slovakian teenager Adam Griger.

    A report from SunSport, external states the LASK youngster, 18, is poised to make the move to Easter Road in a £200,000 deal.

    The teenage striker has youth caps within the Slovakia national team set-up and also had an unsuccessful trial at Rangers three years ago.

  9. Where's your team on matchday three?published at 21:08 10 August

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  10. Catch up on the weekend's Premiership actionpublished at 14:49 8 August

    Got a spare 15 minutes?

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  11. Youan to be brought up to speed as central figure published at 13:08 8 August

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    Elie Youan (left) helped Hibs equalise against Hearts in stoppage-time

    Hibernian manager Lee Johnson is determined to develop summer signing Elie Youan into a central striker rather than follow others' example by using the Frenchman's pace on the wing.

    The 23-year-old, who moved to Easter Road this summer on a season-long loan from Swiss club St Gallen, set up Martin Boyle's stoppage-time equaliser in Sunday's 1-1 draw at home to city rivals Heart of Midlothian.

    "I think he has more in him, I really do," Johnson said of Youan, who started his career ith Nantes and was on loan to Mechelen earlier this year. "The lads need to understand how quick he is. He has proper pace, pure speed and agility.

    "I think managers have always moved him wide, but I'm going to persist in him playing in that number nine and develop him and teach him what he needs."

    Johnson hopes the pace of Youan and fellow forwards Elias Melkersen, Jair Tavares and latest arrival Boyle can give his side a greater goal threat this season.

    The English manager revealed that an injury to Josh Campbell had forced him to introduce Boyle, who has just returned to Hibs after only seven months with Al-Faisaly in Saudi Arabia, earlier than planned as a second-half substitute and reckoned it would be another two weeks before the Australia winger is fit enough to start.

  12. Boyle reveals 'panic mode' before derby returnpublished at 09:04 8 August

    Australia winger Martin Boyle, who scored a late equaliser against Heart of Midlothian on Sunday after his transfer from Al-Faisaly, has revealed that he had been asked to make his surprise Hibernian return the night before the derby, shortly after he had downed homemade macaroni and chips and he had gone into "panic mode and headed to Asda for a few bottles of water and a strawberry Yazoo". (The Scotsman), external

    Read Monday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

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  13. Boyle: Goal was 'icing on the cake' on Hibs returnpublished at 16:13 7 August

    Speaking to BBC Radio Scotland after his late goal, Hibernian winger Martin Boyle said he was delighted to be back at Easter Road.

    "It's up there with one of the best feelings. The reception before the game, warming up, coming on, but that was the icing on the cake. I'm really delighted to help the squad to a well deserved point.

    "28th June was my last game. I haven't done a pre-season or anything. Sports science is out the window!

    "I got the call last night to say I was eligible to play and asked if I fancied it. It was a no brainer.

    "He [Lee Johnson] gave me the nod, asked how I felt. I knew the adrenaline, the buzz of the fans, and the magnitude of the game. I knew I was more than ready and I showed that.

    "I want to be somewhere I'm really adored and it's a special feeling to me. Thankfully, I managed to give something back today."

  14. Dramatic derby draw 'feels like a victory' for Johnsonpublished at 15:13 7 August

    Lee Johnson spoke to BBC Radio Scotland after his side's dramatic 1-1 draw with rivals Hearts in his first Edinburgh derby as Hibernian head coach.

    "A great match in terms of understanding more and more about the division. Despite the scoreline, I felt the first half was better for us, Hearts managed and controlled the second half more than I would've liked.

    "We were really brave as a team with tactics and substitutions. Putting Martin Boyle on for that long was a bit of a risk but we know what he can do and he's popped up at the right time with a Roy of the Rovers type return.

    "We will get better, more cohesive and people will understand each other's runs a bit more. It was important we didn't lose the game and with five minutes injury time to go, 1-0 down, that feels a like a victory."