Hibernian FC

Nickname:The Hibees Manager:Terry Butcher
Colours: Green, White Chairman: Rod Petrie
Ground: Easter Road Telephone: 0131 661 2159
Capacity: 20,250 Website: hibernianfc.co.uk
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  • Thursday 3 July 2014

    Alan Stubbs, the new Hibernian manager, is set to make a loan move for Everton's Republic of Ireland international defender Shane Duffy.

  • Monday 30 June 2014

    Terry Butcher is in the running to become the new head coach of the New Zealand national team.

  • Sunday 29 June 2014

    ALAN Stubbs has Roberto Martinez to thank for keeping his focus trained on the goal of becoming a manager when temptation crept in to settle for second best.

  • Friday 27 June 2014

    LET no-one say that Alan Stubbs was guilty of playing to the gallery when he conducted his first press conference as the manager of Hibernian yesterday.

  • Friday 27 June 2014

    Alan Stubbs, the new Hibernian manager, sent out an immediate message to Rangers last night by refusing to see them as runaway favourites to land the one automatic promotion place into the SPFL Premiership next season.

  • Wednesday 25 June 2014

    Hibernian yesterday confirmed Alan Stubbs as their new head coach in a 'continental-style' structure aimed at bringing sustained success to Easter Road.

  • Tuesday 24 June 2014

    Hibernian supporters are ready to throw their weight behind manager-in-waiting Alan Stubbs but there are fears the former Celtic defender is joining a club still in turmoil following the shock of relegation.

  • Friday 20 June 2014

    Hibernian players look set to return to pre-season training on Monday without a new manager at the helm.

  • Thursday 19 June 2014

    Alan Stubbs yesterday held talks with Hibernian after being given permission to discuss the vacant manager's job by Everton.

  • Tuesday 17 June 2014

    Leeann Dempster, the Hibernian chief executive, will this week begin the process of interviewing candidates for the vacant manager's post.

  • Monday 16 June 2014

    Bookmakers' favourite Ian Murray says he would not automatically agree to be Hibernian manager were the position offered to him.

  • Sunday 15 June 2014

    HIBERNIAN chief executive Leeann Dempster is beginning discussions this weekend with prospective candidates for the vacant Easter Road manager's position, but controversial chairman Rod Petrie won't be involved in any of the interviews.

  • Saturday 14 June 2014

    Hibernian last night appointed George Craig as head of football operations, with his new role offering him jurisdiction over the academy and player development programme.

  • Friday 13 June 2014

    The lobby of influential supporters attempting to oust Rod Petrie as chairman of Hibernian yesterday met Sir Tom Farmer, the club's owner, to put forward their proposals for the future of the club.

  • Wednesday 11 June 2014

    THE temptation at a time like this is to lay into Hibs again, to mock, to describe them as a shredder of managerial reputations, to liken Easter Road to a graveyard for football men who arrive with talent and optimism.

  • Wednesday 11 June 2014

    THE party line inside Easter Road is very much that Leeann Dempster led the way in making the decision to relieve Terry Butcher of his duties as manager.

  • Wednesday 11 June 2014

    Leeann Dempster was insistent that she led the sacking of Terry Butcher and is adamant that she will also be in charge of appointing Hibernian's next manager.

  • Tuesday 10 June 2014

    TERRY BUTCHER'S future as manager of Hibernian was shrouded in uncertainty last night with officials at the relegated Edinburgh club understood to be planning further talks on his position later today.

  • Monday 9 June 2014

    The Petrie Out campaign group will ask Sir Tom Farmer, the owner of Hibernian, to oust a chairman who Jackie McNamara senior has labelled a "charlatan".

  • Sunday 8 June 2014

    Former Hibs midfielder Paul Kane says the "Petrie Out" campaign group will demand the removal of chairman Rod Petrie by club owner Sir Tom Farmer.

  • Saturday 7 June 2014

    Leeann Dempster, the new Hibernian CEO, has probably experienced the worst circumstances any football chief executive could imagine going into a new job.

  • Saturday 7 June 2014

    Gordon Rae, the one-time Hibs fans' favourite, has told Rod Petrie his time is up and urged the under-fire chairman to resign 'for the good of the club'.

  • Friday 6 June 2014

    Pat Stanton has accused Hibernian of alienating supporters and creating an "us and them" confrontation as he prepares to join other former players in addressing tomorrow's Petrie Out rally at Easter Road.

  • Thursday 5 June 2014

    Terry Butcher's summer clear-out at Hibernian continued yesterday when the club allowed striker James Collins to rejoin Shrewsbury Town on a two-year deal.

  • Wednesday 4 June 2014

    Paul Kane insists the size of Saturday's 'Petrie Out' rally will be the clearest signal yet of whether Hibernian supporters believe new chief executive Leeann Dempster's declaration that she is now fully in charge of the embattled club.

  • Monday 2 June 2014

    Hibernian club ambassador Pat Stanton says he understands supporters' attempts to oust chairman Rod Petrie in the wake of their relegation to the SPFL Championship.

  • Sunday 1 June 2014

    IT is something Scottish football administrators have apparently been trying to gerrymander for years.

  • Sunday 1 June 2014

    Embattled Hibernian chairman Rod Petrie has underestimated supporters' desire to see him walk away from Easter Road, with the feeling among the fan-base every bit as strong as when the existence of the club was on the line 24 years ago.

  • Saturday 31 May 2014

    Paul Kane yesterday emerged as the passionate figurehead of a "Petrie Out" campaign that was launched as the demoralising depth of despair over Hibernian's relegation from the SPFL Premiership came to a head.

  • Friday 30 May 2014

    Neil Doncaster has admitted the relegation of both Hibs and Hearts from the SPFL Premiership would have been a huge concern had the defunct SPL still been in charge of the Scottish top flight.