Hibernian could cut the ticket allocations of Rangers and Celtic moving forward in response to recent fan behaviour at Easter Road.

The club's chief executive Ben Kensell made the revelation at last night's AGM, where American billionaire Bill Foley's 25 percent stake in Hibs was confirmed.

The CEO said recent incidents, including the lighting of pyro, in the away end during the visits of both the Glasgow giants could spark a change in approach from the Leith-based club.

Currently, both Rangers and Celtic are given access to the full away stand at Easter Road whenever they visit the capital club.

Kensell also called on clubs across Scotland, and the Premiership itself, to do more to tackle sectarian singing.

Angry shareholders put the topic to Kensell on Tuesday night, proposing the reduction of away numbers as one avenue to attempting to stamp down on such behaviour. 

Asked if Hibs had considered it, he said: “Of course. As Hearts have, as other clubs have. It’s our prerogative in the SPFL to reduce allocations, if we wish.

“Up to this point, we haven’t. It’s our prerogative if we want to do that. We’ll discuss it with the clubs in question. That’s all I’ve got to say on that.

“There was a very clear view that came from the floor. We heard that and will act appropriately, once we’ve had a chance to discuss it.”

On the singing, he added: “I think clubs should get together. I think we, as clubs, should discuss it before taking it to league level.

"I think it’s something that we, as a collective, need to understand.

“How can we eradicate this from our game? Because it should be about what happens on the pitch.”

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Now a part of Foley's BKFC multi-club network, Kensell insists the AFC Bournemouth owner is looking to add more teams to his business pool.

“There are a lot of clubs who want to be part of multi-club networks now. You can see that down south and in European leagues. 

“You can see what is happening with the City Group and Girona, and others.

“I’m not saying that’s a blueprint to follow. I’m just saying that’s of interest when it comes to multi-club models."